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The Motley Fool’s live guide on what investors should do during the stock market crash and the COVID-19 pandemic. Bear markets are a fact of our investing lives, but they’re still shocking each time they occur. We’ve created this page for all investors seeking guidance on what they should be doing in this turbulent period. Our most important content can be found in the Editors’ Picks section, answering questions about what our writers are buying right now, how much cash to keep on the sidelines, and what stocks could be the biggest potential winners once this is all behind us. And we do believe we will get through this, because we view investing as a long-term endeavour. Borrowing from Warren Buffett: “We have no idea – and never have had – whether the market is going to go up, down, or sideways in the near- or intermediate-term future.” However, we firmly believe investors will be rewarded over the long term. We suggest bookmarking this page as we will update our Editors’ Picks periodically – the Recent Articles section is a live feed of our latest thinking. Finally, we understand that many people are seeking epidemiological information on COVID-19. For that we strictly suggest visiting the information pages set up by WHO. For members of The Motley Fool’s investing services, you can access all our latest coverage by logging into your service website. Editors’ Picks Is the Coronavirus Bear Market Finally Over? Investors want to know if the bottom is in. Find out the best way to invest for whatever the future brings, bear market or not. To Invest Amid the Coronavirus Market Crash, Start With This Strategy Rule one: Don’t try to to time the bottom in a stock market that’s more volatile than it’s been in decades. Coronavirus (COVID-19): Why Is Italy’s Fatality Rate So Bad? Italy’s fatality rate is almost 3 times higher than the rest of the world, at 10.4%. Coronavirus (COVID-19): These 4 Charts Show How Important Social Distancing Is Stay safe, stay home, and wash those hands! Warren Buffett’s Advice on How Investors Should Respond to a Super-Contagious Disease The Oracle of Omaha has given some words of wisdom on exactly what you should do. Keep calm and carry on investing Foolishly It takes courage to hold on and keep investing in turbulent markets. Recent Articles