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A Great Leap Forward?: Making Sense of Chinas Cooling Credit Boom, Technological Transformation, High Stakes Rebalancing, Geopolitical Rise, & Reserve Currency Dream

A Great Leap Forward?: Making Sense of Chinas Cooling Credit Boom, Technological Transformation, High Stakes Rebalancing, Geopolitical Rise, & Reserve Currency Dream

by John Mauldin, Worth Wray
A Great Leap Forward?: Making Sense of Chinas Cooling Credit Boom, Technological Transformation, High Stakes Rebalancing, Geopolitical Rise, & Reserve Currency Dream

A Great Leap Forward?: Making Sense of Chinas Cooling Credit Boom, Technological Transformation, High Stakes Rebalancing, Geopolitical Rise, & Reserve Currency Dream

by John Mauldin, Worth Wray

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Overview

China is going to shake the world. Will you be ready?

The world's second largest economy is on the edge of a great transformation... or an epic disaster. It has enormous implications for the global economy either way.

This e-book from best-selling author John Mauldin and Worth Wray features an all-star cast of China watchers. Whether you've watched from afar or seen the China miracle firsthand, this book will help you consider China's future from a variety of perspectives. Most important, you'll learn what China's changes means for your portfolio.


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940151536899
Publisher: Mauldin Economics
Publication date: 06/10/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 20 MB
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About the Author

About John Mauldin:

John Mauldin is a world-renowned analyst and financial writer of the New York Times best-selling books Bull's Eye Investing, Just One Thing, and Endgame. His most recent book is Code Red: How to Protect Your Savings From the Coming Crisis. John's free weekly e-letter, Thoughts from the Frontline, is one of the most widely distributed investment newsletters in the world.

He is the chairman of Mauldin Economics, a company created to provide individual investors with his big-picture thoughts on the global economy as well as actionable investment and trading strategies typically deployed by institutional money managers on behalf of their high-net-worth clients, but at a fraction of the cost.

John is also the president of Millennium Wave Advisors, an investment advisory firm registered with multiple states. John is also President and a registered principal of Millennium Wave Securities, a FINRA and SIPC registered broker dealer. His track record of success vetting and consulting with money managers spans over three decades. As a highly sought-after market pundit, John is a frequent contributor to publications such as The Financial Times and The Daily Reckoning, and is a regular guest on CNBC, Yahoo! Daily Ticker and Breakout, and Bloomberg TV and Radio.

About Worth Wray:

Worth W. Wray is the Chief Strategist to John Mauldin and a contributor to Mauldin Economics. In addition to assisting John with global economic research, Worth is charged with translating John’s macro views into long-term themes and a general investment framework capable of participating in the global markets, profiting from creative destruction, and protecting against loss in periods of profound market stress.

As the former Portfolio Strategist at a Texas-based alternative investment firm with over $18 billion under management, Worth has spent years working with leading investors from the endowment and pension world to deliver innovative investment solutions to Financial Advisors and their clients.

A native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Worth earned his undergraduate degree in Economics with a minor in Modern Chinese Commerce and Culture from Louisiana Worth earned his undergraduate degree in Economics with a minor in Modern Chinese Commerce and Culture from Louisiana State University and completed the Mandarin Chinese Short Term Programme at Fudan University in Shanghai, The People’s Republic of China.

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