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Chinese Economic Collapse in 2015: What Could Be the Trigger

By Friday, July 31, 2015

Chinese Economic CollapseThe Chinese stock market is extremely vulnerable to additional episodes of selling. In the process, this could lead to a Chinese economic collapse in 2015 or 2016.A few weeks ago, I discussed the real threat and contagious impact of a bigger correction in the Shanghai Composite Index (SSE), which had been down 32% but has since rallied to a 22% drop. The Chinese government is going all-out to try. Read More

China Economic Outlook 2015: Why the Numbers Don’t Make Sense

By Monday, July 20, 2015

Chinese Economic OutlookWhile a stock market bubble is continuing to brew in China, you really have to shake your head after Beijing said its second-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) expanded at seven percent. And this is at a time when the country’s economic outlook for 2015 shouldn’t look that strong.It’s true the country is not growing the way it used to. Its heyday of double-digit economic growth helped to catapult China. Read More

Why the Great Crash of 2015 Will Be Triggered by China

By Friday, July 10, 2015

Great Crash of 2015While Greece is in the headlines as it deals with trying to get funding for its massive $270 billion debt, the real problem that could play out the great crash of 2015 resides in China.There is a massive stock market bubble brewing in China. And before you think about jumping in, be aware that there will likely be more extreme moves to the downside.Consider that the country’s benchmark Shanghai. Read More

Collapse of China’s Stock Market: Media Blames George Soros

By Thursday, July 9, 2015

China Stock Market Collapse George SorosChinese media outlets are blaming George Soros and other foreign speculators for the recent selloff in China markets.China’s stock markets have sunk roughly 30% over the last three weeks, costing investors some $3.5 trillion in market value. Taiwan-based China Times is now blaming the selloff on malicious ‘foreign’ short-sellers. The pro-China publication has suggested that a number of noted speculators and investment banks, including Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, George Soros,. Read More

Stock Market Crash: Chinese Stocks Plunge 2.7% on Fears of Economic Collapse

By Monday, July 6, 2015

Sharp Drop in Chinese StocksChina’s stock market crashed on Monday, July 6th, in spite of desperate attempts by regulators to calm investor sentiment and starve of an economic collapse.Chinese regulators have adopted extraordinary measures to return stability to the nation’s financial markets. First, the central bank announced it would lower interest rates and the amount of reserves banks would be required to hold on their balance sheets. Then the regulators announced the working. Read More

Chart: Why the Chinese Stock Market Bubble Might Be About to Burst

By Saturday, July 4, 2015

Chinese Stock Market Bubble is OverThe Chinese stock market has been volatile over the past few weeks. I have been monitoring this chart over the past few months. What I am about to tell you is that we’re experiencing the end of one of the best stock market rallies in the world.Over the past few weeks, the Chinese stock market proved to be extremely volatile. Sadly, on Monday, June 29th, the Shanghai Composite Index. Read More

Chinese Government Attempts to Save its Financial Sector from a Market Crash

By Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Chinese Government Tries to Starve Off Stock Market CrashChinese authorities introduced massive measures to prop up the nation’s financial sector in a desperate bid to starve off a stock market crash and economic collapse.On Saturday June 27th, the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) announced an emergency round of stimulus programs. The central bank slashed interest rates by 25 basis points to 4.85% and lowered the one-year deposit rate by the same amount to two percent. In addition,. Read More

China Stock Market Crash: Down 6.4% in One Day, Largest Weekly Loss Since 2008

By Friday, June 19, 2015

Chinese Stocks Largest Drop in One Week Since 2008China’s stock market capping experienced its worst week since 2008, amid mounting concern that the nation’s equity bull market has propelled valuations to bubble-like levels.On Friday, June 19th, the Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index tumbled a record 6.4%, while the Shenzhen Stock Exchange Composite Index plummeted 5.9%. Over the week, the Shanghai Composite dropped a staggering 13%, marking its worst decline since 2008.Nearly 1,000 stocks on the two. Read More

China Stock Market Bubble Begins to Burst, Losing 7.4% in One Week

By Friday, June 19, 2015

China Stock MarketChinese stocks sank again on Thursday, June 18. The Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index plunged 3.7% while the Shenzhen Stock Exchange showed an equally large loss of 3.6%. In the two mainland stock exchanges, there were a total of 134 companies whose share price tanked the 10% limit.This has been a troubling week for the Chinese stock market. Weekly losses for the Shanghai Composite and the Shenzhen Composite were. Read More

Cisco Invests $10.0 Billion into Winning Back China Market Share

By Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Cisco Pours $10 Billion into ChinaCisco Inc. is looking to mend its troubled relationship with the Chinese government by pouring $10.0 billion into local investments and partnerships, a long-term strategy meant to insulate the company’s earnings from a downturn in Western economies.The plan was announced on Wednesday, June 17 by incoming CEO Chuck Robbins, his predecessor John Chambers, Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang, and other government officials. Specifics of the deal were not disclosed,. Read More

Investors: This Could Send Gold Prices Soaring in 2015
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