Microchips, Chinese Real Estate “Rot,” and a Global Economic Forecast
The Chinese real estate crisis could mean much more for the global economy than you think. One economic giant falls, and other interconnected countries, like the United States, feel the shockwaves. As more and more bad news (or LACK of news) comes out of China, we have one question: how will our housing market, stock market, and government be affected? The Motley Fool’s Bill Mann is on to help answer.
Bill works as a “treasure hunter,” searching for underpriced but financially sound stock investments for all of The Motley Fool’s subscribers. As a result, Bill’s research goes far beyond the borders of the United States. He’s constantly looking at global markets and industries to see which could be on track for a meteoric rise.
In today’s episode, Bill walks us through China’s economic crisis, their “rotting” real estate, and what happens if they continue into a deflationary spiral. Then, we talk about Taiwan’s chip manufacturing monopoly and what would happen if a global conflict threatened this industry’s safety? Finally, Bill gives us a global economic forecast with his two cents on interest rates, the “economy of the future,” and the USD “wrecking ball.”
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