China Bubble Debate
Author Vitaliy Katsenelsen explains his argument for a China Bubble
Vitaliy is convinced China is in the midst of a bubble and his only question is when it becomes a Black Swan (a la Taleb).
We beg to differ and see bumps in the road ahead for China and Co., but we believe the only bubbles astute investors/traders will see are in the champagne they buy with trading profits from select China, Hong Kong and Vietnam stocks.
Vitaliy cites 20% commercial office vacancy rates while yet more office space continues to be built at breakneck pace.
We've made 300% verified profits in China/Hong Kong/Vietnam stocks in the past year and have made more than 10% profits on a couple new buys (CAST, HK:0175) in just the past 10 days and see continued gains for the future.
To understand Vitaliy's approach to investing, see his book "Active Value Investing - making money in range bound markets"
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