SINGAPORE (Mar 27): There are two main types of strategies when it comes to stocks. You either buy and hold them for long-term capital gains, or you actively buy and sell stocks – within a day or a few days – for shorter-term returns.

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you would have known that the stock market crash in March 2020 has led to scrambling among investors.

And whether you have been holding your positions before the market crash, or have been buying in since prices plummeted, here’s what you should do, according to Daryl Guppy, an international financial technical analysis expert and CEO of, and Teo Huan Zi, a senior equities specialist at Phillip Securities.

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