Tag Archives: Chinese stocks

Chinese Stocks Have Been Shanghaied

Shanghai – term describing a type of kidnapping.  Back in the 17th and 18th century in back alleys behind orphanages and bars there were trap doors that were watched and opened on drunken people or wandering children, then the children or drunks were … Continue reading

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The Ugly Chart Contest

Here’s a couple ugly charts we’re monitoring:   China’s Shanghai Composite stock index and Commodity Research Bureau Index (CRB).   Do you think there’s causality here?  Remember the “China is buying/hoarding every commodity” story? Both are at key support levels.    … Continue reading

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