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It doesn't matter which is number one as long as they are democratic and anti-war. I'm more interested in the volatile Chinese and Japanese stock markets. Great opportunities for profits there, but also losses. I keep my exposure to Asia limited to EWA (an etf on major Australian corporations). If Asia booms, so will Australia. Later, I might buy some EWS (Singapore etf). Australia and Singapore are the most reliable markets in Asia. What do you guys think?
My problem is simple: I just know better than everyone-else!

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Obama has a lucky star.  He will beat China, you just watch.  It is called "Asymmetric Warfare".  Just pin down China to its overvalued Yuan exchange rate, and everything will unravel in due course.  Add a few trillion dollars of dollar-demoniated-debt to China's "CAPITAL ACCOUNT SURPLUS" (pander them with the word "SURPLUS" and they would be salivating after everything you feed them), and China is set to be sold.  And lucky him, the Foxes in China's coop have allowed their mistakes to be covered up by hyperinflation in their stock market to the tune of 10 trillion dollars.  Well, that makes it even easier to knock China off its perch in the new economic order.  The China Syndrome (meltdown) has already begun, earlier than anyone could have predicted.

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This post was edited by rkn at 2015-7-5 02:36
seneca Post time: 2015-7-3 20:51
This is a post I can better concur with

Yes, it is to be hoped that China will restrain itself ...

I read elsewhere that China would be investing 200 billion in Africa just on infrastructural development. I don't remember in which currency it was  but um that is a lot of money and could possibly be one implication of China's rise.

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seneca Post time: 2015-7-3 20:45
Honestly, I fail to understand why being outranked by new upstarts such as China and India could cru ...

I think the question of whose pocket runs the deepest could potentially be a worry for some but that thinking might as well be childish in nature. These guys have made more billionaires than any other nation in less than 2 decades. I saw a picture of Shanghai in 1990 and comparing that to what I see now, it takes an I.Q way above 200 to do that. It just doesn't happen anywhere on earth.

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abramicus Post time: 2015-7-4 09:17
Obama has a lucky star.  He will beat China, you just watch.  It is called "Asymmetric Warfare".  Ju ...

you must be an economists reading most of the stuffs you post on CD but I am just assuming. You have made some wild predictions about the yuan and the Chinese economy but um I guess time would be glad to test your predictions.

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