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World Currency Profit Game Plan – Phase 1

The world's major currencies are gold, the U.S. dollar, the euro, the Chinese yuan, and the Japanese yen.

And this world currency game plan shows you how to play each for profit in today's volatile markets. Get started here...

Currencies

The Japanese Yen Is Headed Downhill Even Faster Than the Yuan

The Chinese yuan is still headed downhill, but the Japanese yen has moved ahead in the race to the bottom.

Here's why the yen is racing downward - and a safe way to profit on its slide...

China

Donald Trump Sums Up China-U.S. Relations with One Inflammatory Remark

GOP front-runner Donald Trump likened the U.S.-China trade relations to a seriously heinous crime this weekend.

His incendiary commentary sparked a media firestorm.

Here's what the billionaire businessman said and precisely how much we as a country owe the Red Dragon...

Election

Why China Is Secretly Rooting for a Donald Trump Presidency

After all the nasty things he's said about China, Donald Trump should be the most hated American there.

But he isn't. Despite Trump's campaign promises to get tough on China, many people of that nation – including the leaders in Beijing – are actually hoping Donald Trump wins in November.

As strange as it seems, the Chinese actually have a lot of good reasons to cheer for Donald Trump...

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Why the Chinese Economy Is Not Out of the Woods

The new year started with sharp declines in the Chinese stock market that spooked investors around the world. But in recent weeks, conditions appear to have stabilized.

But the news is not all good for the Chinese economy. And one very telltale instance of the "rats leaving the sinking ship" shows you the true story...

China

Here's What the Fallout from a China Stock Market Crash Looks Like

Chinese officials have tried their best to quell skeptics over a looming China stock market crash… But the G20 Summit last weekend left investors none the wiser about the specific measures China intends to take to bolster its economy — the second-largest in the world. "Investors feel disappointed over the lack of good news from […]

It's important to know what to expect, and what to avoid, when it bursts...

China

Why the Chinese Yuan Was Lowered Today – and What That Means for Your Money

The Chinese yuan tumbled to a three-week low against the U.S. dollar today (Monday), and that's having a ripple effect throughout global markets.

China's central bank cut reserve requirements for most major banks today in a move aimed at boosting growth in the world's second-largest economy.

Here's what that means for you and your money...

China

Why Is China's Stock Market Closed Today?

After looking at the performance of global markets today, the question most investors are asking is"Why is China's stock market closed today?"

That's because the performance of China's stock market has had a huge impact on U.S. stock markets in 2016.

Here's what you need to know...

stocks

Protect Yourself from China's Currency Contagion

Mainstream economists and media pundits have been telling people that problems in China are unlikely to cause serious problems in the United States. They point to the fact that China only accounts for a small percentage of U.S. trade, for example, and that the falling Chinese stock market has very little to do with our stock market.

And at the very heart of that instability lies the yuan.

Stocks

The Generational Investments to Stay Safe in This Market

Stocks actually rose last week, although you'd be hard-pressed to find an investor or hedge fund manager who is feeling good about things right now.

But the Dow Jones Industrial Average did in fact gain 105 points or 0.7% to close at 16,093.53 while the S&P 500 rose by 1.4% or 27 points to 1906.90. The Nasdaq Composite Index, home of the FANGS, added 2.3% to close at 4591.18. But as the title of the novel goes, it's "been down so long it looks like up to me."

All three markets are still down sharply on the year and many hedge funds are nursing double digit losses just three weeks into the year.