• Unlike past crises where we dealt with financial engineering and leverage, this crisis was more about the actual market makers, the actual functioning of the system. And what the Fed has had to do is come in and be the buyer of last resort and provide a backstop.
  • We’re in a recession, whether the economic numbers have caught up or not.
  • Companies are looking to secure cash lines. And the reason they're doing that is because the uncertainty is still so great.
  • As horrible as this entire scenario is, we’re excited for the value that’s being created in the market and the potential buying opportunity.
  • This period has really been one where the U.S. dollar has been king since a true flight to quality occurred.
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