Stocks for the Long-Run
Jeremy Siegel still likes equities:
All indications are that the world economy has successfully dodged the depression bullet, and I believe economic activity will surprise on the upside. This means stronger than expected stock returns and weaker than expected bond returns.
While Jim Chanos is shorting China:
Mr. Chanos declined to be interviewed, citing his continuing research on China. But he has already been spreading the view that the China miracle is blinding investors to the risk that the country is producing far too much.
“The Chinese,” he warned in an interview in November with Politico.com, “are in danger of producing huge quantities of goods and products that they will be unable to sell.”
posted on 09 January 2010 by skirchner in Economics, Financial Markets
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