Please join us for another edition of the Wescott Webinar, as our Chief Investment Officer, Mark McCarron, discusses a number of questions that we are hearing from clients, and provides an economic and market update as of April 17, 2o2o.
In this episode, Mark addresses the concern that the coronavirus-related global shutdown could lead to an economic recession. We also tackle the question of when we may experience life return to normal, and what it will take to get back to work. Lastly, Mark offers an explanation on how Wescott has prepared our portfolios for what comes next.
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