China still has a way to go to make it back to “miracle” economic status, and the road won't be easy, but there's a good chance now to make some money trading its current revival says Nicholas Vardy of The Global Guru.
The Japanese China Syndrome was a matter of extremely bad luck and old nukes showing their age under extreme conditions. The new nuke age is upon us, and it's much safer and more reliable—and will continue to grow, writes Benjamin Shepherd of Global Investment Strategist.
It seems both Romney and Obama agree that Bernanke's weak dollar policy is the ticket out of this mess, but what does the largest foreign holder of Treasuries think about all this, and what are the implications? So asks Axel Merk of Merk Insights.
It looks like QE3 has drawn some concern from Chinese leaders that it increases inflationary risks. Yet with 7.4%% growth and 1.9% inflation, China's concerns are a bit different than US concerns, observes Jim Trippon of China Stock Digest.
It looks like Iran is becoming a centerpiece in this election, much as it was during the Reagan-Carter election. Except this time it isn't hostages, it's about nuclear ambitions and unstable leadership, warns Dr. Kent Moors of Money Morning.
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