Not So Happy New Year as Financial Disaster Finally Explodes in China

Russ Winter of Winter (Economic and Market) Watch, ML-Implode.com’s Aaron Krowne, and the Wall Street Examiner’s Lee Adler discuss breakdown in the China bubble and how to play the resulting investment theme. Lee updates the technical market outlook for 2012.

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1 comment for “Not So Happy New Year as Financial Disaster Finally Explodes in China

  1. Crimson Ghost
    December 29, 2011 at 11:35 am

    I think Lee Adler’s bearish gold call if bullion breaks below the mid 1500s is dead wrong. Gold is down another 20 bucks today but the gold stocks are higher. This kind of positive divergence — if sustained — almost always leads to a strong rally in both bullion and the stocks

    The time to turn bearish on gold was some weeks ago — not now.

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