Just when the Dow Jones seemed poised to break past 25,000, news of an extra $200 billion in tariffs on China knocked it back down, and the media is in an absolute frenzy.
Despite the gloomy headlines, China may be on the verge of saying “uncle.”
That’s according to Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald, who has spent much of the last 36 years finding the best investment opportunities in East Asia.
When he talks China, we listen.
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Watch the video below, in which Keith tells FOX Business Network viewers Chinese President Xi Jinping’s biggest fear when it comes to the trade war.
Right now, that fear is closer than ever to coming true…
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