With COVID-19 triggering some of the toughest economic conditions seen in years, it's clear there's a lot of fear in the market.
This has resulted in sell-offs - from those who need to liquidate their investments to meet short term needs, and those who were, in Orbis Investments' words, "aggressively positioned for perpetually good times."
But what does this mean for the future? What are the likely outcomes of current market conditions - and how can past examples of bear markets inform decision-making now?
If you read this Orbis Investments article, you will learn:
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