It would seem we could be entering a rocky market stretch given China’s collapsing stock market, the Greek and Puerto Rican debt crises, etc. Today’s infographic compares how 14 different asset classes have performed during the last five crises.
The edited excerpts above come from a post* by VisualCapitalist.com entitled Crisis Investing: How 14 Asset Classes Performed in Times of Distress which, in turn, comes from the original post** by managed-futures-blog.attaincapital.com which was entitled Infographic: 7 Traditional vs 7 Alternative Assets in 5 Bear Markets.
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