Tuesday, June 13, 2017

USA is Ready to Nuke China and Russia/ accord, it will be with the right timing, and my friends with key pending economic collapse and crises in Russia and China, with Russia on the brink of devastation this give U.S. the perfect time to pounce.





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 YES WE CAN , ACHIEVE THIS NEW WORLD ORDER, KIM JUNG UN of North Korea is undercover cia renegade, our mission has been covert , secret and calculated , We have achieved our missile offense pre automatic precision strike shield in south korea, this is right on the russian border , we will continue to use Kim Jung Un , to cause panic and disarray, the media well purloin the false flag idea that Kim JUng UN of NOrth Korea is seeking to strike uS mainland, meanwhile we will will continue to bolster this north korean missile program, I my accord, it will be with the right timing, and my friends with key pending economic collapse and crises in Russia and China, with Russia on the brink of devastation The Economy Has Not Yet Hit Bottom


Rosstat (the Russian Federal State Statistics Service) has published its estimate of gross domestic product for the first quarter at an unfortunate time indeed. Putin had just declared that, as of last year, the worst of the crisis was behind us, when Rosstat published data revealing that the fall in GDP was continuing, and that in the first quarter a new low had been reached. It should be pointed out, however, that Rosstat’s estimate of the rate of negative growth in the first quarter (-0.6 percent compared to the fourth quarter) is not official: due to a revision of its methodology, Rosstat has altogether stopped publishing data about seasonally adjusted and calendar-year adjusted GDP after 2011.


China’s government has complied economic indicators that give lead to a Negative Cat Bounce in China , to say the least. Who's to say us Americans can't profit on the upcoming impending Chinese collapse. These economic stressors are being felt from all sides of the spectrum, something has got to give, I mean how far down the rabbit hole do you want to go?
Amid all the talk of remarkably subdued levels of volatility, signs of potentially severe stress are emerging from one of the most – if not the most – vulnerable areas in global financial markets: China’s unruly shadow banking sector.
Taking into account a multitude of negative economic indicators ranging from as follows :
#1. China’s total debt as a share of gross domestic product has surged to nearly 265 per cent since the global financial crisis, while the value of wealth management products, a key part of shadow banking, has tripled to US$3.8 trillion in just three years, according to Bloomberg – the challenge of gently pricking an unprecedented credit bubble without roiling global markets and severely endangering growth in China is a daunting one.

#2. Chinese brokerage firms have extended as much as 4 trillion yuan ($645 billion) of margin finance to investors. No Margin for Error Another 1.7 trillion yuan ($270 billion) may have flowed into stock market investment from wealth management products, online lending sites and other sources, according to Bloomberg. All this margin debt and "hot money" has produced a bubbling stew of instability. And the resulting risks - both inside China and outside China - are particularly large because of the sheer size of the Chinese stock markets. AND

#3. China service sector slows, suggesting economy losing steam-An unofficial gauge of China’s service sector hit an 11-month low in April, underscoring the risks facing what has proved the most vigorous part of the world’s second-largest economy.
Now, if you didn't know, the Chinese love to trade. A whopping 81% of retail investors in China trade at least once a month, according to a State Street survey published earlier this year. That's the highest of any nation. Just 53% of Americans and 32% of French investors trade monthly or more often.
So we have an extremely volatile market jammed with new investors who like to trade a lot. Can you see how these are the ingredients for a potential meltdown?
Now let's throw in the fact that Chinese brokerage firms have extended as much as 4 trillion yuan ($645 billion) of margin finance to investors.
No Margin for Error

Another 1.7 trillion yuan ($270 billion) may have flowed into stock market investment from wealth management products, online lending sites and other sources, according to Bloomberg.
All this margin debt and "hot money" has produced a bubbling stew of instability. And the resulting risks - both inside China and outside China - are particularly large because of the sheer size of the Chinese stock markets.

The Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong stock markets have a combined market cap of roughly $11 trillion. That makes China No. 2 in the world behind the $24 trillion market cap of the U.S. stock markets, but well ahead of No. 3 Japan's $5 trillion market cap.

Now let's stir the pot some more.
The amount of margin debt has doubled since the start of the year.
A Chinese state auditor found that more than a dozen state-owned companies falsified their records to seem healthier. And some of these are big companies, including State Grid Corp., COSCO Group and China Southern Power Grid Co.
To be sure, this ETF $YANG is speculative and it definitely would not be suitable for the faint of heart, but it certainly is a charming money play.
But if China is really about to see the silk hit the fan, ProShares UltraShort could be a good way to make a lot of money in a hurry.
Short the Next Bounce?
But investors who are tempted to bet that Chinese stocks will resume falling should be aware that the Chinese government is doing its best to soothe frayed nerves in the market. Here's a list of just some of the things the government and its allies are doing to prop up the market.
A sudden moratorium has been imposed on new share issuance, with dozens of firms scrapping their IPO plans.
Top brokerages in China pledged that they will invest at least $19 billion into stocks. The government is backing this "market stabilization fund."Sixty-nine Chinese mutual funds have said they would also buy stocks, though they did not say how much money they will put to work.China's two major stock exchanges plan to lower securities transaction fees by 30% starting in August in a bid to lure more investors into the market.And here's one more "market stabilization" maneuver: About 200 Chinese stocks halted trading after the close on Monday. This makes a total of 745 Chinese stocks that have suspended trading altogether. That's 26% of listed firms on mainland exchanges with $1.4 trillion in market cap.

I guess that's one way to stop the market from going down. Forbid your stocks from being traded.

Now, maybe this Chinese version of a "plunge protection team" will get the job done. In fact, Hong Rong, a finance expert at Shanghai DZH Limited, wrote on July 5 in a widely forwarded post that government officials "are determined to save the market and take effective measures. And they have basically already blocked the possibility of a continued slump next week."

And the Asset Management Association of China, a state-run body, joined the chorus of soothing official commentary heard in recent days, saying that falling prices presented a valuable buying opportunity for "rational investors."

China's Communist Party also chimed in, "Rainbows always appear after rainy days."
Well, sure... but you can also drown in a flood while waiting for a rainbow. Furthermore, bullish government pronouncements and market-rigging operations rarely produce a true buying opportunity. To the contrary, they usually produce short-term bounces that make for good selling opportunities.
For a few days, the Chinese government may be able to create a bounce in their stock markets, but it will likely not be able to create an enduring bull market.
So if you'd like to speculate that the sell-off in China has more to go, ProShares UltraShort might be your best bet.


More worryingly, there are signs that China’s economy is beginning to slow once again. On April 30, the publication of an official purchasing managers’ index survey showed that growth in the manufacturing sector last month fell to a six-month low. A separate survey for China’s services sector also revealed that activity has dropped to its lowest level in six months.A brutal sell-off across commodity markets is putting China’s manufacturing industry under strain.
It only gets a hell of alot more traumatic when you analyze the slowdown in China's service sector. This is also another tell tale sign, suggesting the obvious , that their economy is losing steam- and on the brink of implosion. An unofficial gauge of China’s service sector hit an 11-month low in April, underscoring the risks facing what has proved the most vigorous part of the world’s second-largest economy.
China’s service sector hit an 11-month low in April, underscoring the risks facing what has proved the most vigorous part of the world’s second-largest economy.
The Caixin service sector purchasing managers index fell to 51.5, compared with a reading of 52.2 in March .
Readings above 50 signal an expansion in activity in the sector, but a decline in the numbers for the fourth consecutive month, coupled with a weakening manufacturing sector troubled by overcapacity, suggests the economy is losing steam.
Zhong Zhengsheng, director of macroeconomic analysis at the CEBM Group said: “Growth in both manufacturing and services decelerated in April, reflecting a clear slowdown in the expansion of the Chinese economy.”
China’s April factory growth slows to weakest in seven months.
The Caixin China Composite Output Index, measuring both the manufacturing and service sectors, dropped for the second month in a row to 51.2 in April, down 0.9 points from March.
“A turning point in growth appeared to have emerged at the beginning of the second quarter.” Zhong said. “Investors should be cautious about downward risks in the economy.”
The official manufacturing purchasing managers index compiled by the National Bureau of Statistics fell from 51.8 in March to 51.2 in April. The decline was blamed on factors including softer new orders and weaker production momentum. Meanwhile, the official non-manufacturing PMI moderated as well last month.
April’s full economic data, which will be released later this month, is expected to show slightly softer growth on factors such as weaker industrial production, slower property sales and cooler export growth, UBS Securities analysts led by Wang Tao said in a research note.
The rate of employment growth in China eased to the weakest so far this year, according to Caixin.
Song Yu, chief China economist at Goldman Sachs Gao Hua, said: “The fall in April was significant!"


With the CHina and RUssia in a vulnerable financial crisis , THe USA, is preparing to subdue both CHINA AND RUSSIA with covert strike, WITH THE HELP OF KIM JUNG UN (CIA RENEGADE, TRAINED AND STUDIED PREPARED FOR THE ROLE IN SWEEDEN) , WHO WILL NUCLEAR STRIKE BEIJING, with nukes USA HAS ARM NORTH KOREA WITH IN THE MID 90's, AT WHICH POINT , THE USA OFFENSIVE ARTILLERY NUCLEAR AUTOMATIC PRECISION MASS CONSTRUCT, that has been constructed in south korea WILL CONDUCT OBLITERATION OF RUSSIAN/KOREAN BORDER, FROM WHICH f-22's and f-35 , with precision aircraft carrier nukes will compartmentalize and devastate both parties both MOscow and Bejing will be surrender to the USA.. all that will remain is USA !! #NEWWORLDORDER

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