At the time of writing global markets have fallen close to 30% since the outbreak of COVID-19, ending the longest ever bull market run of 11 years. We know markets can fall as well as rise, it is just in recent years we had been used to seeing markets rise more often than they fell and in turn it was fairly easy for an intelligent investor to make gains in a relatively short period of time.
For many of us, we know we need to be saving and investing for retirement, children’s education expenses, and other short- or long-term financial goals, but we do not feel comfortable making investment decisions on our own.
A 4.7 magnitude earthquake was recorded Sunday southeast of Grand Cayman at 1:35pm. Hazard Management Cayman Islands wrote that it had received reports of small earthquake tremors and more information would follow.
Government is warning the public not to be taken in by an apparent scam in which individuals are trying to gain access to homes by stating they are government workers sent to "spray" residences for COVID-19.