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China's ghost towns

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by Dougbbbb, Mar 4, 2013.

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  1. Dougbbbb

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    The next housing bubble??? Empty cities>>> Check link above.
     
  2. W.P.T.

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    And they keep on building, you'd think Obama was in charge ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
  3. single stack

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    Ubama Bin Lyin' hasn't built anything. Ever.

    He laughed saying "I guess those shovel ready jobs weren't ready."
     
  4. shannon391

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    I guess when you country is not deep in debt...has trillions in surplus, was allowed to build direct outlets stores in the USA, enslaving us.

    They can spend it on whatever they want
     
  5. Setterman

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    I saw it too. This is not good for them or us.
     
  6. Dougbbbb

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    Shannon are you saying China has little debt..lol

    China's Corporate sector debt is 122% one of the most debt-laden in the world.



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  7. Setterman

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    The young business woman, a commercial realestate investor, made it quite clear that China's business citizens want a democratic government. Later in the show a residential investor said the same thing, and hinted that if the economy failed an event similiar to "Arab Spring" may happen in China.

    A few years ago, neither of them would be allowed to continue their business in China for those remarks. (or even disappear)

    Imagine China with a democratic or republic type government!
     
  8. Bob Hawkes

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    Setterman has made two good observations. As I watched the show it became obvious they can't continue on the same path, yet they are. They're going to make our burst bubble look like a popped pimple in comparison. The reprecussions shall be huge. Hope I'm wrong.

    Where's Grammie when you need him???????????????;)
     
  9. BT-100dc

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    Were they eating the Chinese chickens? BT100dc
     
  10. bossbasl

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    China's mounting woes may be an investment opportunity for us hard working US folks. The way to cash in on the China bubble for the average retail investor is simply buy an ETF that shorts the FTSE China 25 Index and has 2X leverage. Don't invest more than you can lose and chances are very good you may end up with some spare change to buy that nice Perazzi, Krieghoff, or Ljutic you've been lusting after! Lyle
     
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