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Share Despite optimism, still a long road ahead
HuangXiangyang 2012-12-25 10:51
Updated: 2012-02-09 Today China is the news. The country's rise as an economic power has been one of the hottest topics in the world. Catching the trend The Economist published a special section on China in its Jan 28 issue, the first time in six decades that it has devoted a separate section to a single country. The last time it did so was in 1942 when it covered the United States. "China's emergence as a global power justified giving it a section of its own," says the ...
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Share A wealth terminator for small investors
HuangXiangyang 2012-12-25 10:38
Updated: 2011-12-29 With only two trading days left for the year and the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index hovering above 2,100, after a 22-percent dive over the past 12 months, small investors in the mainland stock market are bound to feel down as they bid farewell to 2011. In fact they probably feel bitter, because few will have made any gains in such a bearish market, and there is still no light at the end of the tunnel, as economists forecast worse days ahead.  ...
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Share The natural way to pick your stocks
HuangXiangyang 2012-12-25 10:35
Updated: 2011-12-15 Among all the legendary investors I like Peter Lynch the most, because his theories are simple. Unlike other moneymaking masters who tout sophisticated principles and techniques, Lynch emphasizes the power of common knowledge and he chose many of his big winners the same way any individual investor could. The Wall Street fund manager bought Taco Bell because he was impressed with their burrito on a trip. He bought Volvo because that's what ...
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Share Confessions of a small-time investor
HuangXiangyang 2012-12-25 10:32
Updated: 2011-11-17 I have a confession to make. I am a small investor. During the past 10 years, I have invested part of my income in stocks and warrants, funds and gold, in the hope of beating inflation. But the result, it pains me to say, is I am no wealthier now than I would have been without such speculation. I admit I am not an intelligent investor. But then intelligence really has nothing to do with the money game, otherwise Isaac Newton, who most people would ag ...
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Share Opening my own language school... Buying Furniture
daniel_hs_walsh 2012-5-10 15:30
Once we had the contract sorted, we all jumped in a car and headed for the furniture market. I had priced furniture on the internet, so I had an idea of how much we would spend and set a budget for the things we needed. Top of the list of things we needed was student chairs. We asked around in the market and got some ridiculously high quotes, with the highest quote being 160RMB per chair if we bought more then 50. This was twice our budget, so we quickly moved on. The ...
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