CLSA's Complete 2011 China Outlook

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TexDenim's picture

Take a look at the Renminbi appreciation section. It's all about the currency, which other analyses fail to appreciate. This one is actually quite insightful.

DavidC's picture

2008 never happened, so it seems...


boricuadigm-shift's picture

Has anyone been able to order Max Keiser Silver bullions?  When I tried it tells me a I need a shipping method, but there isn't an option for this.  Anyone experiencing the same?

TexDenim's picture

What possessed the editors to put a Euro-looking man riding a bull on the cover? How dumb. But the report itself was well worth the hour I gave it.

Spalding_Smailes's picture

I've done graphic design/retouching/marketing in the past. The graphics, color, layout in most of the reports is brutal ....

It really takes away from the content but this report is packed with great info-

All my time is spent researching China/India. I plan on trading/investing most of my money over the next 10-15 years in these two markets.

squexx's picture

Maybe the term "Bull Riding" might be a clue, genius. It calls to mind cowboys riding a bull. You'd prefer they'd put a Chinaman on it?!? But then, PC Nazi's like you would call that "ethnically insulting!"

Zeilschip's picture

Lol, I think it's Hu Jintao riding the bull.. too bad btw the pdf can't be downloaded from Scribd..

TemporalFlashback's picture

Who is going to be a champ today and post a link to the PDF?

l0nEr's picture
Got to register for an account though.

TheProphet's picture

Click on PRINT at the top of the Scribd window. When the dialog box to select a printer appears, select ADOBE PDF. Most computers will have this option. Then click the PRINT button. It will ask for a file storage location. Click DESKTOP and give the PDF a racy name.

If you do not have ADOBE PDF as an option, I can't help you.

Wolf in the Wilds's picture

Don't necessarily agree with Mr Wood and his team on all points:


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