NewsWatch: Here’s how billionaire investor Howard Marks is telling clients to ride out coronavirus volatility

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Our call of the day from billionaire investor and co-chairman of Oaktree Capital Management, Howard Marks. In reference to these market ups and downs, he says “no one can tell you this is the time to buy” stocks because “nobody knows.” See full story.

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