No disease outbreak in the modern era has caused countries the size of China or Italy to quarantine vast populations triggering a widespread collapse in supply chains, trade, business, and social activity. The last three outbreaks—SARS in 2003, avian flu in 2005, and MERS in 2015—subsided after three months, followed by a six- to eight-month recovery in air traffic, according to Barrons. Air travel plunged 40% in the two months after the 9/11 attacks but gradually recovered. During those crises, buyers of Southwest Airlines ended up doing pretty well, but it took guts to step up. There may be several airlines presenting an opportunity today, according to Barrons. Steve and I will review those in the Market Intel segment, then mortgage advisor Mitch Boxberger joins us for the Q & A. A very timely show you don’t want to miss…MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!!