Markets in Crisis: Coronavirus Outbreak

The Coronavirus COVID-19 has created a global market crisis, reminding investors that market risk can strike quickly and dramatically. This ‘black swan’ event could continue to trigger panic, disruption, and major sell-offs in markets worldwide.


Tracking the Spread of the Virus

The global, fast-developing crisis has far-reaching health and social impacts, so it is imperative investors are informed.


This site provides an update on the global count of infected and deaths.

Addressing Markets in Crisis

The outbreak has far-reaching and potentially long-lasting economic ramifications. But trying to predict the final outcome is a fool’s errand. That’s why we’re Always Invested and Always Hedged.


We are leaders in hedging and option overlays since 1997. We’ve seen market crises of all shapes and sizes.


The key to navigating markets in crisis is to remain always hedged, while actively managing the often rapidly changing environment.


In times of market turmoil, don’t leave the market, hedge it.

Helping Clients Navigate Markets in Crisis


On the Minds of Investors

Buy the dip, or get out?” “Is it a correction or bear?” In a market crisis, investors should be reminded how and why the Defined Risk Strategy can serve them.


Taking the Long View

How to help retail investors avoid being caught up in emotion and tweaking portfolios in response to short-term “noise” and recent performance.


Managing Loss/Fear Behavior

Loss aversion is the most powerful yet least addressed investor bias. Learn how to identify, explain, and successfully address it in your practice.

Solutions to Implement

Tailoring Your Portfolio Risk

The risks to capital are always present. Define risk and return with portfolio overlays tailored to client objectives.

Global Diversification Redefined

Global hedged equity can help investors access return potential in global equities, while mitigating risks like COVID-19.

Are You Prepared for the Worst?

Know the truth about risk.  Avoid missteps and assumptions about black swans, bear markets, and portfolio construction.

Are You Hedged? We are.

Want to learn more about Defining Risk in a Market Crisis?