China Investments


The Easiest Way to Profit from the IMF's Chinese Yuan Move

We've been following the steady path of the Chinese yuan toward global reserve currency status since the start of the decade, and we've taken some big gains at key stops along the way.

So let's move quickly... Full Story


Cash In on Chinese Tech Stocks with One Easy Move

Chinese tech stocks are out of favor on Wall Street, but the Street's worries about China's slowing growth are greatly exaggerated.

Just look how busy shoppers are there. China's National Bureau of Statistics said retail sales rose 11% last month. Not only did that beat forecasts, but it also stands as this year's single strongest monthly increase.

This helps explain why China's e-commerce sector is doing so well. And there's an easy way to play this entire red-hot sector. Check it out...


Westerners Should "Be Very Afraid" of Friday's Chinese Yuan-IMF Decision

China's yuan was just awarded reserve currency status. This was the precise event former Wall Street banker Evander Smart warned of in September:

"If you live in the West, and this goes down, be afraid, be very afraid," Smart wrote in an op-ed for "future of money" site Coin Telegraph on Sept. 10. "The world is starting to prepare for life without the dollar and westerners should, too!"

Inclusion into the IMF's $280 billion basket of currency reserves alongside the U.S. dollar, the Japanese yen, the British pound, and the euro, becomes official on Nov. 30.

As an SDR world reserve currency, the Chinese yuan is now legitimized as a serious competitor to the U.S. dollar.

Here's what you need to know about the Chinese yuan-IMF decision ...


[REPORT] Chinese Banks "Are Heading Toward Global Domination"

Beating up on China has become a national sport for Western commentators. Their economy is slowing, they lie about their statistics, and their "growth" is being propped up to meet political objectives, goes the chorus.

The truth is, some of the China concerns are overblown. The country's economy has nearly doubled in size from six years ago. Even at a lower growth rate, China remains a key driver of global consumption and production.

And other impressive data swirling around are largely ignored.

For instance, the obscene growth of Chinese banks.

Just look at these numbers Richard Bove, equity research analyst at Rafferty Capital Markets, recently reported that confirm Chinese banks now absolutely eclipse their U.S. rivals...


China Is Investing Record Amounts in This U.S. Industry – and You Can Profit

Chinese corporations and investors have been hunting overseas for bigger profits, and they're finding them in the United States.

This is not a new trend. Some $50 billion of foreign direct investment (FDI) has fled China since 2010, spanning several U.S. industries.

But the pace picked up considerably this year…

In just the first six months of 2015, Chinese companies poured a massive $6.4 billion into U.S. investments – a record half-year high. And 80% of the $17 billion that China's state-owned enterprises have invested in the United States since 2010 came this year alone. 

Most of the investment is directed at one U.S. industry – and two new developments in Chinese regulation mean this trend is not letting up…

Today I'll show you why this cash flow will continue, and the best way you can make money from it now...

Market Crash

UBS: A Stock Market Crash Is Inevitable

A stock market crash in inevitable – we've been saying it for months.

Now a UBS economist, in a note to investors on Friday, predicted the same. "Signs are accumulating that, after six-and-a-half years and price gains of more than 200%, the Bull Market has entered into the 'Late Innings.'"

Here's how we know that a stock market crash is indeed on the horizon - and how you can profit from this well-timed warnings...


China Just Made the GUTSIEST Move of the Entire Financial Crisis

China's grave dancers have taken great pleasure in convincing millions of investors that the nation will never succeed based on any number of erroneous arguments…

…not democratic

…not capitalist

…not worthy of world leadership

Underneath it all, this was little more than thinly veiled contempt for Beijing's 35-year-old "one child" policy. Called yousheng, the law has averted an estimated 400 million births over the years in the name of modernization and efficient resource consumption.

Now that law's been scrapped, and couples will be allowed to have two children.

The White House and much of the mainstream media wasted no time posturing after the announcement. Press Secretary Josh Earnest, for example, noted that the policy is a "positive step," but that "we also look forward to the day when birth limits are abandoned altogether." Amnesty International said bluntly that the policy change was "not enough."

They're missing the point.

China's policy reversal is the gutsiest move yet in the ongoing global financial crisis. It's a game changer of the highest magnitude. Moreover, it's great news for savvy investors.

Today we're going to talk about why and, of course, how to align your money for maximum profits…

Here's how to align your money for maximum profits.


A Yuan Reserve Currency Is Coming – Brace for a $2 Trillion Global Disruption

It's almost certain a yuan reserve currency will become reality 11 months from now, triggering a foreign currency shift of as much as $2 trillion – an existential threat to the U.S. dollar's status as the world's primary reserve currency.

Last week, Bloomberg reported that International Monetary Fund (IMF) officials have told Chinese officials that the yuan will join the organization's basket of reserve currencies "soon."

Here's why this will make the yuan a disruptive force...


Tesla Stock Price Today Climbs After Reporting Record China Sales

The Tesla stock price today (Monday) climbed as much as 2% from Friday's close after the company announced record sales in China for Q3.

Tesla Motors Inc. (Nasdaq: TSLA) sold 1,345 vehicles in China this quarter. That beat Q2 China sales of 883 vehicles and Q1 sales of 797.

And that's not the only reason to be bullish on the Tesla stock price...


Why Chinese Interest Rates Were Slashed Again Today

China's central bank on Friday cut both Chinese interest rates and banks' reserve requirement ratio. It's an effort to boost China's slowing economy.

The People's Bank of China (PBOC) trimmed its benchmark lending and deposit rate by 0.25% each. They are now at 4.35% and 1.5%, respectively.

The cut in Chinese interest rates comes just days after China reported its slowest GDP growth rate since the Great Recession...