Is China a bubble?

Discussion in 'Economics' started by a529612, Jul 24, 2006.

  1. Tums


    so did Enron, Worldcom, Global Crossing... the list goes on. (this is only a statistic. I am not condoning their conduct.)

    but honestly, how many of you bought MSFT or AAPL because you have READ, analysed, and concurred with the annual report? Most of us only buy/sell on technical signals.

    USA market is more transparent than the Chinese market... but bear in mind, transparency is a relative word.

    China is learning. Their securities commission is independent, and is trying its best to learn-on-the-job, and to catch up to the Western standard of fair and open financial market.
    #11     Jul 24, 2006
  2. A dictated government has advantage of faster pace of processing policy. Premise is that the policy is going the right direction... :D

    So far so good, for what Chinese government is doing... isn't it?
    #12     Jul 28, 2006
  3. What an INSIGHT!! This is what investor vision is... :)
    #13     Jul 28, 2006
  4. A friend bought a condo in Bejing subu for RMB 600000 (=$95000).

    " 90% the food is not healthy and prepared by ill people "? Are you on the moon, or in Bejing?
    #14     Jul 28, 2006
  5. US has been borrrowing from China, no the other way around.
    #15     Jul 28, 2006
  6. Chagi


    I think that the single thing most likely to hurt China economically would be the slowing of US consumer spending. That in turn could lead to downturn in commodity prices.
    #16     Jul 29, 2006
  7. alexm


    I don't think we're even near to bubble status on China. This is just a company that is growing at a smoldering rate. Maybe in 10 yrs we can start talking about bubble but this is just the beginning (ie we're in the early 90s, wait until late 90s)
    #17     Jul 29, 2006
  8. newfool


    ...and for me to think it's what I use to have my dinners on. Silly me.
    #18     Jul 29, 2006
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  10. looks like a political message.
    #20     Jul 30, 2006