Untying the US economy from China is not possible. The relationship is sick…but symbiotic. The US provides the fake money. China provides the cheap stuff.
China’s economy has been a powerhouse in recent years.
But times are a changing and China, for better or worse, is a subject of heated debate.
Are there investment opportunities to be still had from China, and how will they affect your wealth at home? Find out here.
China, the global growth engine of the past decade, is slowing…under the weight of debt, trade war and that other indisputable force…
What happens when one country gets jealous of another country’s advantage? What happens when China wants to be India and Australia wants to be Japan?
I don’t think Trump is up late at night reading Sun Tzu’s play book. But he’s fairing pretty well at trade warfare.
A fight with the Fed one week. A trade war with China the next. And now, it’s a war with the Democrats. Donald Trump knows how to keep the cameras rolling.
The concept of the ‘rugged individualist’ is mostly a myth. Man is a social animal. With no one to stand beside us, we might as well not stand at all.
This whole trade war is pointless. The US is fighting a losing battle and China is fighting an unwinnable battle. Let me explain why…
Whatever good was done by the Trump/Xi trade war truce in Buenos Aires was likely undone by what was done in Vancouver Airport earlier this month.
If China ever decides to cut off trade with New Zealand, we could potentially experience the collapse of our tourism, dairy and property markets overnight.
France’s best and brightest were committed to making the country a paragon of environmental correctness — no matter what the cost.
General Zhang Yang found himself under anti-corruption investigation. One of the most powerful military generals in the country would end up taking his own life. Coincidence?
The show went on! And, as we predicted, The Donald claimed victory…and stocks went up. Fake money. Fake interest rates. Fake employment. Fake boom.
This is the big day. The music starts. The lights go on. And the curtain rises. Trump meets with China’s leader and decide the fate of the world economy.
100 years ago, World War I ended with 37 million people dead. Have we learned the hard lessons since then? Or is history simply doomed to repeat itself?