Salient to Investors:
Jim Rogers said:
- The most important economic event of the next 10 to 20 years is what happened in Beijing, though largely ignored, particularly by the Western media.
- Current efforts to reform, if followed through, could take a generation to really bear fruit but Chinese agriculture, railroads, medical care and defense are attractive investments, even if the country’s stock market collapses
- Buying Chinese stocks, including financials, for the first time since 2008.
- The overriding concept from the plenum is “when in doubt, the market will decide.” Policy makers seem to have the wind at their back and leaders have put a lot of prestige on the line.
- Talk about China’s economy being a bubble or that its ascendance will end is reminiscent of what Europeans said about the US after the Civil War. And within a generation after WWI, the undisputed No. 1, the United Kingdom, was no longer that.
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