China is the country with the largest population in the world at over 1.3 billion people. The land covers approximately 3.7 million square miles. The country is governed as a communist country, although they have developed a quasi-capitalist sector for business. China has the second largest gross domestic product (GDP) at approximately $7.0 trillion; behind the U.S. at $15.0 trillion and ahead of Japan at $5.8 trillion. The leaders opened up the centrally planned economy in the late 1970s and early 1980s to allow economic growth through trade, which has allowed China to grow at an unprecedented rate for a country its size. From 2001 to 2011, China grew at an annualized rate of 10.5%.

China Economic Collapse: This Should Keep Investors Up at Night

By Wednesday, October 7, 2015
China Economic Collapse 2016Chinese Investors Are Doing Some Strange Things in the U.S. Housing Market Just months after China’s stock market crash, data on the U.S. housing market shows that tons of Chinese investors are pouring cash into U.S. real estate. The rapid influx of capital into U.S. housing comes at a time when the country could be on the verge of economic.

Economic Outlook 2015: IMF Cuts Global Growth Forecasts—Again

By Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Economic OutlookIMF Lowers Economic Outlook for 2015 In what appears to be standard routine these days, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) slashed its economic outlook for 2015. This would mark the fourth consecutive downward revision from the IMF, suggesting that China’s stock market crash has left a deep impact on the global economy. To be clear,.

Gary Shilling: This Should Terrify Commodity Investors Everywhere

By Tuesday, October 6, 2015
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Gary Shilling Delivers Dire Warning to Resource Investors Despite a weak year for commodities, famous economists like Gary Shilling think resource prices will continue to drop. Raw materials are traditionally sensitive to demand in developed countries and Shilling warns that North America is still in a

India Economic Outlook: This Could Spell Trouble in 2016

By Thursday, October 1, 2015
India Economic OutlookIndia’s Economy Expected to Slow in 2016 In the midst of a weak global economy and a China stock market crash, India’s economic growth rate has eclipsed all others. The Indian economic outlook for 2016 is bright relative to the global economy, with businesses expressing enormous faith in the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra.

Will the U.S. Dollar Collapse in 2016?

By Thursday, October 1, 2015
US.Dollar CollapseWill the U.S. Dollar Cause a Stock Market Crash in 2016? Although the stock market grew at a rapid clip in recent years, 2015 is shaping up as a tipping point for the economy. Growth sputtered to a near standstill by the middle of the year as the economy was plagued by a bundle of problems. Tectonic forces beneath daily market movements continued.

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