Your Questions About How To Invest In China

Thomas asks…

Freely, Can you please tell me why Hong Kong is the biggest investors of China?

You seem to misunderstand that Hong Kong investors are using Hong Kong’s money investing into China on behalf of Hong Kong, thus, you keep saying that Hong Kong is the China‘s biggest investors and helping China.

Hong Kong investors are using their own money investing into China, thus, whatever profit they can get would go to themselves and their families, not to Hong Kong.

Therefore, please dont say that Hong Kong is helping China. Hong Kong investors investing into China because of the profit making opportunity created by the the strategy implemented by China. Hong Kong investors are making use of this opportunity to help themselves make money for their family.

Lets say, China stops Chinese travelers from coming to Hong Kong and causes high unemployment in HK, do you believe that the Hong Kong investors would stop investing into China where they can make money for themselves and their families ? It is what a true capitalism is.

Please tell me if my theory is wrong that it is not Hong Kong helping China but it is Hong Kong investors helping themselves and their families, and Hong Kong investors do not invest into China on behalf of Hong Kong.

Thank you ………………….

John answers:

Hong Kong is STILL one of China’s major investor, in many big cities ie BEIJING the No.1 investor is STILL Hong Kong, simply go get the statistics from your Beijing boss.

China is STILL keenly learning and copying all the govt and social systems, laws and rules from Hong Kong. As well, she’s keenly copying rules ans systems from Singapore and many Western countries.

Your CCP govt is relying heavily on some of HK’s important typcoons to help acquiring investment and assets in certain countries that have NO trust in CCP nor Mainlanders.

HK people brings in loads of HK$ across the border daily into China for decades. The easiest way to get the HK$ flow back into the City is to allow mainland tourists to cross the border to spend $$$ in HK. Besides it’s you mainlanders that love so much to travel and live in HK because you people simply do not trust goods sold in a Beijing Prada or Dior store are genuine.

Studies have shown if ALL mainlanders stop traveling to HK, HK only loose 70,000 jobs. Mind you there’re over 60,000 poor Mainlanders bribed you people to become HK ciitizens in one year. ONLY HK stop these poor mainlanders from coming over stealing HK’s jobs and welfares, the 70,000 retailers jobs can easily be solved.

DO NOT bluff nor exaggerate your small spending in HK, your cheap and poor fellow mainlanders take back thousand times more benefits from HK’s taxpayers. Before the massive influx of rude, uncivilized and cheap Mainlanders, HK was such a beautiful and peaceful place!

HK was among the quickest to get out of recession from WWII and has since been one of Asia’s strongest and wealthiest places, that’s long before China stop feeding her people with tree roots and dead bodies.

Sandra asks…

What if all the rich decided to invest in China?

Would you still support tax breaks for the rich if they decided that they would invest it into the Chinese economy because it returned a bigger bang for their buck as Chinese workers work for much less?

Would you still support these tax breaks if historically they were twice as high for the top bracket under President Eisenhower when the US economy was growing at a much more rapid pace?

John answers:

They did already did you not see that Obama gave tax money to GM so they could move jobs to china. PS that was your tax money also not just mine.

Susan asks…

What does “lock in at least half of your hefty gains” mean in?

That’s why I’d recommend that no investor put another dime into hi-flying China-based mutual funds at this time.If you were smart or lucky enough to invest in China before, you should promptly lock in at least half of your hefty gains. In fact, I’d cut exposure to emerging markets in general to no more than 5% of your portfolio.

John answers:

“lock in your gains” means that a stock (in this case Chinese stocks) have risen in value to a great degree, and you should sell. Before selling, you haven’t “locked in your gains” because all your profit is unrealized — the stock could plummet tomorrow and you would lose all of the gain.

Jenny asks…

What if all the rich decided to invest in China?

What if every time the US issued a tax break for the rich, the rich decided that they would take the money and invest it in the Chinese economy because it returned a bigger bang for their buck as Chinese workers work for much less?

Would you still be opposed to any tax increases for the rich even though they are at their lowest point in decades?

John answers:

Some of the lowest taxes exist in hong kong, singapore, and the united arab emirates. None of these places have any real industry. They dont really manufacture anything. The only thing they do is launder money. Lowering taxes for the rich doesnt do anything. Since the 1950’s, the u.s has lowered their taxes from about 50% to now 35%. As you can see, the u.s economy has gone nowhere but downward. Reducing taxes makes rich peoples lives better at the expense of the common man

David asks…

What if all the rich decided to invest in China?

What if every time the US issued a tax break for the rich, the rich decided that they would take the money and invest it in the Chinese economy because it returned a bigger bang for their buck as Chinese workers work for much less?

Would you still be opposed to any tax increases for the rich even though they are at their lowest point in decades?
Lib Nemesis: Ever heard of Nike, Walmart, KFC, Apple, Coca-Cola or Dell to name a few? They have been investing heavily in China for quite some time.

John answers:

Of course they would. Corporations already send jobs overseas because they know people in developing countries are willing to work for far less then Americans and without nearly as many employment protections for workers and restrictions against abuses. As far as they are concerned, the rich are like Gods. They can do no wrong, are responsible for all that is good, and through them is our salvation. People like the billionaire Koch brothers are very effective in selling them on this belief and once they believe it, much like religious beliefs, it is very hard- if not impossible- to convince them otherwise.

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