The China Decline?

If yesterday's selloff, a meaningful one by any stretch of the imagination, stays with us and changes the landscape, as so many people immediately intimated -- it surely didn't make anyone who was a bear more bullish -- then it will be the selloff that will be known as the China Death Knell Decline.

Until yesterday's stunner, a number out of China that was INCREMENTALLY weaker always had an initially negative response followed by a more positive reverberation that came from the recognition that the Chinese government was totally on top of the situation and was about to release a stimulus program that would knock your socks off....337 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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