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Safe Havens In A Crisis
By Fatty Finance  •  March 19, 2020

In my earlier article I mentioned that are a few asset classes that are considered safe haven where people flock to during times of crisis.

I did also mentioned that we should hold uncorrelated assets to reduce our losses. As stocks plummet, other safe haven assets will rise in value which will help offset some losses.

However, in the recent days, there has been an interesting (or rather terrifying) development: Most of the assets that are considered safe havens are also joining stocks in a race to the bottom.

In other words, prices of safe haven assets are falling instead of rising.

It seemed like safe havens are in a crisis in times of crisis.

Why?

Let us look at these asset classes which are considered safe havens:

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By Fatty Finance
My aim is to simplify finance and make it palatable for everybody. I gather only the freshest financial trends and topics, mix them together with economics, health, business, science and other quality ingredients and stew them over long hours to serve you the simplest and most wholesome meals. As this is a fairly new blog, I will be focusing on writing investment topics for now. I intend to talk about all aspects of personal finance and will continue to expand each sections as the blog grows.
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