What about the economy? And my job?

What about the economy? And my job?

The risk of economic depression suddenly got a lot higher. So how does that affect you, me, and our employers? A lot of clever people have given this a lot of thought.

Julian Talbot

Resources and information about coronavirus

If you share this link and 2 others share it and so on, we use the power of exponential math in our favor. Which seems appropriate given the virus is using that same exponential math against us.

Welcome to the Daily Briefing - Keeping You Updated With The Latest News | Real Vision

With markets and headlines moving faster than ever, Real Vision rings you an ultra-timely show to keep you up with the dynamic news cycle.

The Lasting Effects of a Lockdown | The Big Conversation | Refinitiv

This week Real Vision uses Refinitiv's best-in-class data to look at whether markets are pricing in peak fear or peak economic distress. Peak fear may alread...

Our Post-Covid World

Our world will change forever as we finally exit the nightmare of COVID-19. This grand experiment in isolation will end in a matter of weeks. 4 or maybe 8...but the end will come, even if in phases, come May or June. May this virus die and rot in hell.

6 coronavirus insights from MIT Sloan Management Review | MIT Sloan

How to make better decisions, plan for long-term supply chain and economic disruptions, and reduce remote-work stress during the coronavirus outbreak.

Insights from past downturns and recoveries

Whatever we do, we are going to have to keep doing it for quite a while. The stock market moves in cycles with periods of contraction followed by periods of expansion. There have been eight market downturns in the past 47 years. The regions shaded in orange in the exhibit below highlight a contraction phase of a stock market cycle, and the green regions show an expansion phase.

Why are Markets Collapsing? How Bad Will COVID-19 Really Be?

Will Covid-19 be as bad as last year’s flu or 10 times as bad? No one knows. But markets are treating it as the worst-case scenario, notes Eric K. Clemons.

A COVID-19 winter is coming for Australia's startups

Do you have a plan for the impact of the pandemic on your startup? Get one, fast. In a briefing to portfolio companies, A-List venture capital investor Sequioa Capital calls COVID-19 a black swan event - something rare, of significant global impact, and difficult to predict except in retrospect.

Get Ready for Closed Borders and Crashing Markets

Markets took a new tumble on Monday as WHO indicated a global pandemic may be on the way. If coronavirus becomes 2020’s biggest story, what…

How Unfunded Pensions Will Destroy Your Retirement (w/ Raoul Pal)

How can ordinary people behaving rationally create a generational threat? Raoul Pal, in his role as CEO and co-founder of Global Macro Investor, joins Real V...

What are the possible economic effects of COVID-19 on the world economy?

In a widely-quoted scenario using estimated attack and fatality rates of coronavirus, about 0.07% of the population of the US dies. That's about 230,000 people, which the market is not ready for.

Lyn Alden's excellent newsletter from March 2020 Newsletter: Crashing Down Through Exter's Pyramid

This has been a historic month for global markets across almost all asset classes, representing the conclusion of a bull market in U.S. equities that lasted for more than a decade. It might also be at or near the conclusion of a 40-year bull market in U.S.