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Rookie Chinese Commodity Traders Run Trillions

The Chinese government repeatedly attempts to micro-manage the lives of its citizens. The effects of which continue to be unintended consequences both socially and economically. This week, we’ll discuss the citizens’ pool of money that the government continues to hold hostage and the mechanisms the Chinese government has employed thus far that have created a predictable ripple effect, visible to everyone but their own government. Somehow, they seem to be continually surprised by the unintended consequences of their own actions. We’ve watched Chinese investors’ money run from property to the stock market and now, to commodities. We’ll look at some of the massive scale of fairly predictable rookie trader outcomes that have been their unintended consequences.

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