Markets this week have experienced large sell-offs and renewed volatility in reaction to the coronavirus.
This is understandable, given the tragic loss of human life, the potential spread of the disease beyond mainland China, and concerns about its impact on the global economy. Still, we believe it is important as investors to make a distinction between temporary market reactions driven by uncertainty and the fundamentals that drive market performance over the long term.
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