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Apr 29, 2020

Sarah Ketterer, chief executive officer at Causeway Capital Management, says that the most cyclical stocks -- the ones at the 'epicenter of pain for the coronavirus -- are relatively low-risk bargains for opportunistic investors. She notes that airlines, travel companies, tourism businesses and hospitality and hotel firms -- with stocks down 40 to 60 percents and yet to have any real bounce-back from the March decline -- are worthy of consideration while the blood keeps running in the streets if the balance sheet is strong, noting that if businesses like cruise lines can 'make it another 18 months without a penny of revenue, that's really interesting.' Also on the show, Christine Benz, director of personal finance at Morningstar gives her take on what investors should be doing to get through the pandemic, Jeff Lipton of Oppenheimer and Co. discusses how the potential for states' bankruptcies would change and could impact the muuni bond market, and Matt Schulz of covers a survey on Americans' household credit status.