Category: Foreign Markets

Chinese Solar Stocks Are Plunging!

June 6, 2013 | By | Reply More
Chinese Solar Stocks Are Plunging!

Last week I warned you that high flying Chinese solar stocks were poised for a fall.  It was all but certain the European Union would impose anti-dumping sanctions on these companies in early June.  And as a result, I urged you to lock in your gains on these stocks immediately. Hopefully, you took my advice. […]

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Time To Lock In Gains On Chinese Solar Stocks?

May 29, 2013 | By | Reply More
Time To Lock In Gains On Chinese Solar Stocks?

If you bet on solar stocks at the end of 2012, you’re feeling pretty smart right about now.  Stocks in this beaten down industry have been soaring off the chart in 2013.  Take a look at the Guggenheim Solar ETF (NASDAQ: TAN) for example. TAN has exploded from just under $16 per share at the […]

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A Sign The Apocalypse Is Near!

March 25, 2013 | By | Reply More
A Sign The Apocalypse Is Near!

Earlier this week I had the pleasure of sitting down to chat with non-fiction, sci-fi, and fiction writer Frank Fiore.  We were having a casual lunch as he lives near I do, and he was telling me about his latest book which is nearing print. The conversation turned to politics and world events, and of […]

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Time To Buy Japanese Stocks?

March 22, 2013 | By | Reply More
Time To Buy Japanese Stocks?

“Learn Japanese… you’ll be working for them someday.” This suggestion was given to me back in the late 1980s by my high school Economics teacher.  And at the time, it seemed like sage advice. Japan had the strongest economy on the planet.  They had the largest currency reserves of any country.  Their stock market was […]

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China’s Hidden Buy Signal, Revised

March 18, 2013 | By | Reply More
China’s Hidden Buy Signal, Revised

I’m going to take a look back at a hidden buy signal I handed our subscribers last summer.  It was a pretty obscure buy signal, but it seems to have been spot on… When the news broke about China’s GDP last year falling to 7.6%, many investors were ready to throw in the towel (again).  […]

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Chinese Stocks Poised For Big Gains In 2013!

January 7, 2013 | By | Reply More
Chinese Stocks Poised For Big Gains In 2013!

After a disappointing 2012, Chinese stocks are off to a fast start in 2013.  Is this the beginning of a new bull market for Chinese stocks?  There’s plenty of evidence to suggest it is. Keep reading to find out how you can cash in on this major money making event. But before we turn to […]

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Speculator’s Corner: Bigger Than The Fiscal Cliff

January 2, 2013 | By | Reply More
Speculator’s Corner:  Bigger Than The Fiscal Cliff

All of the talk around financial markets these days seems to center on the fiscal cliff in the US.  As I’m sure you know by now, automatic tax hikes and spending cuts will kick in this week unless politicians can agree on a plan to reduce the Federal Government’s budget deficit. Here’s the kicker… going […]

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Chinese Stocks Rally To End 2012

December 31, 2012 | By | Reply More
Chinese Stocks Rally To End 2012

The past three years have been challenging for Chinese stocks to say the least.  After trading around 3,200 in January 2010, the Shanghai Composite slid to just under 2,000 in early December 2012. That’s a 35-month decline of 37%. However, it looks like the trend is finally changing for the better. As you can see, […]

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This Rare Chinese IPO Is A Big Winner

December 17, 2012 | By | Reply More
This Rare Chinese IPO Is A Big Winner

2012 has been one of the slowest years ever for IPOs of Chinese stocks on American exchanges.  Just three Chinese companies went public in the US this year. That’s way down from the peak set just two years ago.  In 2010, a whopping 42 Chinese companies held initial public offerings in the US. Why the […]

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Beware Of Chinese Solar Stocks

December 10, 2012 | By | Reply More
Beware Of Chinese Solar Stocks

Chinese solar stocks soared at the end of last week on exciting news.  On Friday, JinkoSolar (JKS) announced it won a $1 billion financing deal from China Development Bank Corp. The deal is seen as a major sign the Chinese government is serious about propping up its ailing solar manufacturers. As a result, several Chinese […]

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