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China MediaExpress: The Short's Credibility is Lost
The Reason to Believe in this Company Besides Incredible Fundamentals, Management, and Growth(original title)
This is about one of the best possible stocks to own and why they are above and beyond better than the rest of the China small cap stocks. It states who is invested, what groundwork has been done, shareholder policies, etc. It is worth a look as on top of this, China MediaExpress has amazing fundamentals and growth
Does China Make a Better Investment Than the U.S.?
7 Ways To Profit From China’s Massive Stimulus Plan
5 Ways To Profit From China’s $585 Billion Stimulus Plan
The jury is still out on whether China’s massive infrastructure-based stimulus package is the best way to rescue the economy. But Martin Hutchinson says it is great news for suppliers of raw materials. He picks 5 companies that will benefit from the injection of cash. Of those, Martin says Brazil’s iron ore producer Vale (ADR: RIO) is the best value buy.
Chinese Trade Deal Should Boost Taiwan’s Market… Eventually
Despite the historic trade agreement signed earlier today between Taiwan and China, Taiwan’s TSEC weighted index (^TWII) closed down 2.43%. It seems that fears of global recession trumped this historic economic breakthrough. This turn of events now presents investors with the question: Is it time to get into ^TWII?
Keith Fitz-Gerald says the recession that is now inevitable in the US and Eurozone will not necessarily evolve into a worldwide contraction. US influence in the global economy is waning, while China’s is growing rapidly. Keith says countries with high cash reserves and low external debt should bounce back strongest in the long term.
China’s economy is slowing. But the country is still investing heavily in the future says Irwin Greenstein. He says the post-Olympic malaise will soon be replaced with massive construction and infrastructure projects that will last decades. Irwin thinks these are the trends that long-term investors cannot afford to ignore.