Some reflections on the stock market post COVID-19, the immediate outlook, trading in general, and a fundamental question with regard to science in emergencies.
Some reflections, on the occasion of Pentecost, on creativity, (im)perfection, the Absolute, and the funda-"mental" state of Italy.
COVID-19, many believe, has thrown the world into unprecedented disaster, and to those believing so, the future looks bleak at best. But what if the opposite will prove to be true? Speculation is a noble occupation, futures studies an academic discipline, so we hazard a brief preview of the enormous economic and societal gains for which the COVID-19 crisis may have just sown the seeds.
COVID-19 has seemingly thrown the world into "chaos", taking away much of the safeness and certainty that had been taken for granted. When maneuvering in chaos, in order to not lose one's head, it helps to firmly keep in mind the logic of chaos.
Stock market forecasting is not an exact science. That said, the intuition of the logician with 23 years of market experience screams: "This was the bottom!" Let's see what may be behind this intuition.