It’s hard to deny it: all the signs of a potential downturn are there. We’ve had a fantastic bull run, but it’s almost certainly running out of steam.
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.
Naturally, the foreigners are learning not to trust US suppliers…and are looking for essential inputs elsewhere. Win-lose again…with little chance that the US will be a winner.
We suspect a big disaster is coming later in the century…and why we suspect it will be centred in the Fake Money Capital of the World – the USA.
While coffee drinkers knock back around 120 cups of coffee per year, the average consumption for China is only one cup a year. But interest for coffee in China is growing.
The cost of living has continued to rise. By the 21st century, the typical man had to work twice as long to buy an average house and an average car as he did in 1975.
Three times, the Dow has tried to beat its October 2018 high of 2,680. And three times, it has failed. This ‘triple top’ formation is a bad sign.
China wants a deal, Trump can smell it! It’s why they’re printing yuan in the billions and pushing it out into the system.
It will be one of the interesting events in our history as the US confronts China over its trade practices. For now, all we can do is have faith that fairness will prevail.
In the ongoing trade war, the Chinese are unleashing their own dogs. They’re now threatening to stop buying food from the US altogether and even sell their US Treasuries.
Banning trade didn’t work for North Korea. Instead, it created a Hell on Earth. But how about the US? Would it create an Eden here?
Capitalists are conscious. They always try to get the outcomes they want…and they don’t mind cheating — when they can get away with it.
The stock market was rattled after Donald Trump threatened to raise tariffs on Chinese goods.The Chinese replied with silly threats of their own.
As Trump continues to starve China of dollars, the Middle Kingdom might become more desperate. China will either cave to America’s terms, or they will have to radically change how they do things.
Mr Trump watched the stock market sink; the Dow dropped as much as 648 points intra-day. He fully intends to blame the next downturn on the Fed.