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    • aaron shefte
    • October 27, 2015

    well done

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    • Troy F
    • October 27, 2015

    One of the most difficult to overcome aspects of all this is that national flags don't apply to economics. It is hard to talk about the China stock market without using the word China, but it really doesn't apply. There are US citizens, Russians, Europeans heavily invested in the China stock market. There are Japanese invested in the Russian Gazprom. There are US companies like Sony who are headquartered in China but operate their investments accounts through Australia. Your neighbor who has a US flag bumper sticker could be preparing to move his factory to Mexico. SO to call it a cyber economic war between US and China is somewhat off. Not trying to disagree with the author of the video or the facts that he reports, but I'm saying that we are all being played. The greed for money is the driving force behind the people who power the planet. We're in trouble.

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    • Jack Gamboa
    • October 27, 2015

    You have birth control issues in a financial report?

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    • rickster348
    • October 27, 2015

    – isn't the FED doing the same thing to the American stock market?

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    • WAVETUBE84
    • October 27, 2015

    The last financial crisis began in the summer of 2007. The price of gasoline in Southern California suddenly increased to $5/gal. It was insane. Instantly, the cost of gasoline took every penny out of everyone's wallet. No cash left over for anything else. A lot of other things were happening. Most important was that a lot of home loans and refi's matured to past the 3 year mark; after which the monthly payments tripled. Boom! Melt down! If the price of oil/fuel suddenly increases (to say $3-4/gal) it's going to happen again. Recently, a "good" thing has occurred. Obama told Nut-yahu/israel to kiss his @ss. He is lifting the sanctions against Iran. If everything goes smoothly, the price of oil/gas will go down even more. Should see the effects in a few months. But, eventually, oil will go back to $100, $150, $200 a barrel.

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    • xsnut1
    • October 27, 2015

    hope china sinks…..

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    • Michael H
    • October 27, 2015

    Thanks for This. (I Shared on Google+). America is going to tax peoples' movement from point A to point B? Who is really benefiting from/in The Land of The Free? If China's current fiscal actions were predictable, might that be the reason the US gave Rich Chinese the go-ahead Green Card Residency? All I know is that I was ousted from Japan – beginning 2008, and leave one 7 year old little girl with half a family, who think they can out-smart a financial Tsunami the likes of which is easy to forget whilst shopping.

    SEVEN years struggle later and I am back 'Home Alone' in Europe, but able to understand enough to ask questions. Not too bad for a worn out English Teacher, but happy that my little girl has a better future growing up in Japan. Just Happy that my little girl is not living in England, near Calais.

    The only really important question I had was: To what extent does a defunct Greece affect Japan? (I am sorry if my ignorance prompts me to ask these questions – but this is the first I've heard of the Chinese Stock Market problem. I wouldn't have known about what's happening in Asia except for my love for a lost daughter).

    I know that I was not blind to what was happening in Japan in 2007-2010, even though my demise may have been procured once my financial input ran out. What you posted has frightened me, but I would not have known the good reason for Sharing this if you hadn't posted. Let's all keep our fingers crossed, eh? "Is that all you did, daddy?" (Certainly not)! – If ANYBODY thinks 2007/8 is over, and we all wish it never happened, there are fewer safe places left to hide in now than there were only a decade ago.

    It's a mind-bogler that spans hundreds of years – certainly as far back as to when the Stock Market was first invented by rich people as a kind of New Age Liberal Slavery. Maybe the next 200-300 years will be the Greater Shock, but it will happen with unprecedented speed such as our planet has never known. All we have to do to maintain this system is to "spend, spend, spend". It is actually a dis-ease – a spiritual Imbalance, not a chemical one. But first you have to Borrow…Time to deal with the devil!

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    • Brick Tamland
    • October 27, 2015

    yay china collapsing, time to buy all their stock XD

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    • strakha0
    • October 27, 2015

    I don't think the government buying shares is the answer; the problem is the system is set up to boom and crash, as shares are bought as the prices rise (causing a further price rise), and sold as they go down (causing a further price fall).

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    • LuvSet
    • October 27, 2015

    I hope the u.s brand companies and other non chinese companies go back to their home countries , stop supporting Made in China !

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    • LuvSet
    • October 27, 2015

    I reLi hope it continues going down! 4 them to feel how it feels lyk to be …their products are are not even good "enough" …

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    • Hennie Bounds
    • October 27, 2015

    For those who believe that was "a glitch", I feel for you. You are a sheep. Wake up. It is coming. I get nothing by begging you to make sure you have food and water in your home for several, several months. And pray!

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    • Gabriel Swanson
    • October 27, 2015

    Idk if that's true or not, BUT I wouldn't doubt it if it was government related… :P

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    • Cliff Moore
    • October 27, 2015

    The government offerng incentives to the banks to buy up stocks is not the same thing as the government buying up stocks. Get your facts straight. The U.S. is not doing the same thing as China and Japan. I was following this until you told that lie.

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    • Dimitri Vincheov (Truth Soldier 56)
    • October 27, 2015

    the minute a govt steps in to save a particular company…that is fascism ladies and gentlemen

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