The extra slam that Apple stock got from Carl Icahn’s surprise announcement that he had dumped all of his AAPL shares proves again why activist investors can be dangerous.
After all the nasty things he’s said about China, Donald Trump should be the most hated American there.
While high-dollar Hillary Clinton speaking fees have been campaign fodder for months, one aspect of the issue hasn’t received much attention.
Although some fear that the Chinese government is deliberately working to create a global stock market crash that would make their country the most dominant economy, the reality is much more frightening.
You see, China’s 30-year economic boom has been built on a very shaky foundation. And that foundation is on the verge of collapse.
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