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Evergrande’s Headquarters Siezed as the Cash Strapped Developer Faces Bankruptcy

China’s property market is on the verge of implosion which accounts for a who9ping 25% of China’s economy. Developers are now on the hook to the banks, as they promised to make up any missed payments and interest should buyers default. With property prices sliding, the global economy contracting, and the developers out of cash, China is likely to be the epicenter of the next GFC.

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  1. I feel sad that even though I am investing, I don't have the brain power to dig through how each company is doing, is this a good time to buy stocks or not, my reserve of $450K is laying waste to inflation and I don't know what to do at this point tbh, I need solid data on market trajectory

  2. If properties are not built, existing properties have more value. Why would it be different in China? Where's the collapse of the real estate industry? It's a collapse of property developers, not of property owners. In fact, it should be a sellers market when nothing new is in the horizon.

  3. A recession as bad it can be, provides good buying opportunities in the markets if you’re careful and it can also create volatility giving great short time buy and sell opportunities too. This is not financial advise but get buying, cash isn’t king at all in this time!

  4. I believe the current state of the global economy collapsing is by design with intent. Doesnt take a genius to see it.From distabllizing the middle east with the disposal of hussien,gates being banned and declared a bioterrorist in many third world countries, the timing of his mega purchases of farms, wef declaring a new world order, the decisions of the american admin,the virus, the rampant, unckecked crime in cities, the open calls to hate a race of people, false flag events that are exposed then covered up…..so much more thier doing to induce fear. Classic war strategies.

  5. Is there a statistic that measures the markets capitulation rate? How much stress or devaluation in an asset or commodity and how long it stays depressed to determine capitulation? Because it is a real market force that occurs to break the floor of a valued item.

  6. By the way I watched a video about how shady Carvana was. They usually sell their car loans that they write themselves and then sell to investors so they don’t need to keep any loans on their own books. But currently they are sitting on millions in subprime car loans, that they can’t sell to investors. Carvana may implode? When will it be time to short that stock?

  7. If you think China's property market is bad don't look at the U.S. social security disaster. It's the textbook definition of a Ponzi Scheme. What a shame! A purely evil plot.

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