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Is Silver The Next One For Chinese Momentum Investors?

Individual investors tend to be most active when markets are rising, and have dominated past rallies in Chinese futures. Open interest in silver on the Shanghai Futures Exchange has been steadily increasing this year (ballooned from less than 200,000 contracts in 2012 to over 600,000 since April 2016), with open interest now roughly equal and equivalent in size to that of COMEX.

China’s Silk Road Economic Project Will Include Gold

It was first disclosed by Albert Cheng, Managing Director of World Gold Council, in a speech Apr 12, 2015; China has ambitions to include gold in the One Belt One Road (OBOR) economic project. His proposal suggested that cooperation & development mechanism to involve major gold producers/users along the OBOR.

New Currency Wars Cometh - Gold To Be “Last Man Standing”

Volatility in the currency markets is likely to increase greatly. If competitive devaluation of currencies accelerate, fiat currencies risk losing value versus gold. In worst case scenarios some may revert to their intrinsic value – zero. When the dust settles gold will be the last man standing as it cannot be created or destroyed by governments.

The World Needs China’s Leadership - Is China is ready for the Role?

For over 2 decades China has abided by “keep a low profile” strategy in foreign affairs. But now China is ready to take on a leadership role in international affairs, & the world will benefit from it. Not all would agree that China is ready for the role & several misconceptions should be addressed.

Chinese Foreign Policy: A New Era Dawns

A new era is dawning in Chinese foreign policy as it’s economic growth enables it to move from past timorousness in declaring itself a global leader & a relative inability to defend its interests, to one in which Beijing can seek adjustments in the security environment it has faced for the last sixty years.

The US Asia Foreign Policy: Are Things Falling Apart?

The U.S. Asia policy during the second Obama administration has lacked focus and continues to give inadequate attention, as senior officials have been preoccupied with domestic and other international challenges – The results it is getting reflect this relative neglect.

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