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China Crash - Begins Today - I'm going

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bradford86   Thursday, 04/14/11 08:32:14 PM
Re: ratobranco post# 78795
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China Crash - Begins Today - I'm going to go ahead and say that today is the turning point for the global consensus that China is a growth engine, producing things that are of value. Real estate is the largest bubble in the world right now, and China is at the top of the bubble. Fake it till you make it isn't always the best policy.

Concept:
There is a difference between being busy and being productive.

Sentiment: Negative.


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