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China Stocks: What Could Go Wrong?

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    April 6, 2015

    Bloomberg reports that China equity markets have become even bubblier after a wave of new irrationally exuberant “investors” that harken back to the U.S. in the 1920s when Joseph Kennedy purportedly began selling stocks after receiving a hot tip from a shoe-shine boy.

    On a positive note, they now appear to have their real estate bubble under control…

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    As you may have already deduced, this is not your typical financial blog, accompanied by some run-of-the-mill investment newsletter, and I’m not your typical financial writer.

    In fact, I spent my entire working career as an engineer before retiring back in 2007 at the tender young age of 46. Two years prior to that in 2005 I started writing a blog – The Mess That Greenspan Made – mostly just to poke fun at the housing bubble and the policy makers who had led us down that path.

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