You're likely aware of how the spread of COVID-19 has affected stock markets throughout the world. After hitting all-time highs in mid-February, the MSCI World Index and the S&P 500 dropped dramatically as the virus made its way into airports, communities and news headlines.
We don't really know how long the world will be impacted, but is it possible that there are investment opportunities hidden in indiscriminate market sell-offs?
This piece by Orbis Investments assesses some of the negative impacts of recent market downturns, but also investigates how drops in share prices for some companies may actually be disproportionate to their long-term fundamentals.
If you read this Orbis Investments article, you will learn:
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