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In a recent update, I gave six signs of an impending crash. Just yesterday, a number of those signs started to hit. Despite a $486 billion fund to prop up its market, China’s stocks sunk another 8.5% on Tuesday – the biggest one-day drop since 2007. This is following a 35% crash into…
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In China, the government regulatory body that oversees stock transactions began an investigation into mass dumping of shares during recent declines, and like our Securities Exchange Commission, they intend to suspend, fine and eliminate these dastardly participants who undermine the good faith retail investors who helped drive the rally.  Like…
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“I am sure the euro will oblige us to introduce a new set of economic policy instruments. It is politically impossible to propose that now. But some day there will be a crisis and new instruments will be created.” – Romano Prodi, EU Commission president, December 2001 Prodi and the…
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This has been a tell-tale year for Chinese stocks because, when you look at where benchmarks started the year, things don't seem that bad, but for those who came in near the end of the dance (always vulnerable retail), there are not enough chairs when the music stops. Using the…
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Equities.com’s Ari Zoldan joined Jay Huang of Jade Stone Venture and Duncan Clark of BDA China on CCTV to discuss the Internet Finance sector. Some of the key discussion points included to China’s government issued guidelines to regulate this fast-growing industry and whether it hinders or promotes the rate of…
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You’ve probably seen the Jack Link’s Beef Jerky commercials where unsuspecting campers think it would be fun to mess with Sasquatch – an eight-foot tall, 400-lb. freak of nature. I like these commercials. What kind of idiot thinks they can get away with that? When you mess with Mother Nature, she…
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There’s a village in Japan where the dead outnumber the living, and I don’t mean the ancestors in the cemetery. The bodies are dispersed around the small town of Nagoro. It’s a small community of some 35 people, most in their 60s or older. The place is so sparsely populated that…
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The western press has been full of news about China’s 30 percent market fall and the Chinese government’s strong reaction to firm up share prices. China has seen several 30-percent market declines before the current one. Some of the declines since 2000 include declines that began in, 2001, 2005, and…
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Stocks rallied nicely last week, helping the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 breakout of its year-long range and hit a fresh 15-year high. The market was able to breathe a collective sigh of relief when the two big threats (Greece and China) were temporarily resolved. Stocks rallied after it became clear that Greece…
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I always say bubbles burst much faster than they grow. And after exploding up 159% in one year, Chinese stocks crashed 35% in three weeks. This all happened while the Chinese economy and exports continued to fall. And two thirds of these new trading accounts belong to investors who don’t…
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After all was said and done, stocks closed higher last week as optimism grew that a deal would be done in Greece. As mentioned in prior weeks, the "big" story here is not just Greece - it is the precedent that will be set and the broader ramifications for the…
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When planes crash, all investigators note the succession of events that led to the crash. In most cases they learn the that crash occurred due to an unlikely series of unexpected events, followed by pilot error causing the eventual demise. Yesterday’s stock market similarly had a series of events which…
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