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Warum wir Wal-Mart verkaufen sollen und Caterpillar!:
China Affects Every Stock You Own
Free new report:
THE “RED FLAG” STOCKS
My name is Robert Hsu and I have some shocking news for you:
China affects every stock you own.
Let me explain.
Wal-Mart is a China stock. If Wal-Mart were an individual economy, it would rank ahead of Australia and Canada as China’s 8th-biggest trading partner.
But even this understates reality. A toy company like Hasbro is doing great business this holiday season, and over 20% of Hasbro’s sales are through Wal-Mart. And most of Hasbro’s toys are made in, you guessed it, China.
Boeing and Motorola, Cisco, Autodesk, Yum Brands and Caterpillar—all are China stocks. They are China stocks either because their profits depend on China importing their goods (Boeing is both outsourcing the new 7E7 Dreamliner assembly AND counting on orders from China Air) or because their profits depend on imports FROM China.
In fact, I would go even further.
EVERY stock in your portfolio is a “CHINA STOCK.” It is a China stock either because its fortunes are directly and openly enmeshed with China’s astounding growth.
Or it is a China stock because management has steadfastly IGNORED the fact that China is the newest, most DISRUPTIVE and most important factor in its survival.
Which brings up a question that my American friends often find a little disturbing: What, exactly, is YOUR China investment strategy?
Because, if I was to look inside your portfolio, the stocks you hold—yes and the bonds and even the real estate—would imply a very clear China Strategy.
The China Factor
That’s why my newest report, Red Flag Stocks is one of the most important pieces of research you can read right now. Best of all, it’s FREE, and you can download it here.
In this free special report you’ll learn:
Full details on all this and more in my new Report, Red Flag Stocks. It’s your FREE when you click here now.
I was born in Taiwan and made my first fortune in America as a hedge fund manager at Wall Street powerhouse Goldman Sachs. But I plan to make my second fortune from the rise of the next great superpower: China. I would be honored to be your guide to your China fortune.
My first mission in life to help citizens of my adopted country, America, understand and profit from the return of China to the status of a great civilization.
To help you, I want to send you my InsideChina Dispatch every week from now on. These will direct you to investments that I am making and opportunities I see developing.
Sometimes that opportunity leads us back to a familiar Western stocks like Phelps Dodge or Yum Brands. Sometimes our Dispatch will lead you deep inland, to a local online auctioneer that’s beating eBay at its own game.
Our goal is twofold: one, always find stocks riding the China Miracle to a double in the next year.
Five of our China stocks are up over 12% in just four weeks!
The second is to steer you clear of China stocks that are vulnerable to China’s rise. That’s why I want you to read my Red Flag Stocks. This is your chance to read this report absolutely free—no obligation, nothing to buy—so don’t delay. Download it FREE here.
P.S. Get a FREE copy of Red Flag Stocks: China Stocks to Sell or Avoid Now, before you make another investment decision! Many on my list are U.S. stocks that are about to get CLOBBERED by a huge shift in China’s energy-production capabilities. The report is yours FREE plus you’ll get my free weekly Dispatch. There’s no obligation. Download it instantly here.
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