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The monthly bulletin of LEAP (European Laboratory of Political Anticipation) - 15 Mar 2020

Investments, trends and recommendations (March 2020)

Markets/financial products – Do we really need to mention this? 

You don’t need our insight to realise this, but for the sake of clarity: it’s time to stay away from the financial markets. The strength of the evidence for this says a lot about the psychology of investors and its outlook for the market. Don’t be tempted by the rhetoric: ‘With the market so low, it’s time to come back; it can’t go any lower!’ Firstly, it may go down even further and, secondly, the hypothesis of a paradigm shift that we have been constantly defending for the past 18 months prevents us from betting on a recovery of the same system after the storm.

Gold/Silver/Diamonds – Beware of what seems obvious…  

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