Stocks had a worst March and first quarter this year. Many records were broken including the worst month since October 2008, the worst quarter since 2008 and the Dow Industrials had its worst quarter since 1987.
The Dow did bounce back a little from the low it reached on March 23 to technically end its Bear market three days later on March 26. However, the S&P 500 only rose 18% and the NASDAQ only climbed 14%, so they are still in a Bear market for few days.
However, the key reason the next few days are so important is that the rebalancing of portfolios between stocks and bonds looks to be complete and tomorrow is the release of how many people filed for unemployment insurance.
We Hope everything goes normal and everyone gets what they invested in