Must see: “Extremely volatile” 2011 for China

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Yang Liu, co-chairman of Atlantis Investment Management, says next year will be a highly volatile for China. She tells CNBC that the following sectors will perform well: consumer goods, commodities, health care, agriculture, hi-tech and alternative energy.

Source: CNBC, December 6, 2010 (hat tip: Financial Doom Blog).

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3 comments to Must see: “Extremely volatile” 2011 for China

  • Bill

    WHO IS THAT WOMAN? THE LAST EMPRESS!

    Would you invest in a fund managed by her?

    If so, I can make you a good deal on the Brooklyn Bridge.

  • @Bill: I have been following her for quite a while. She a top-notch manager and has a great performance record.

  • Bill

    Prieur,

    Thanks for your comments. I do value your perspective as well as the amazing work you do in putting together this website.
    We must all make personal choices based on many things. I will respect your point of view and will maintain mine.

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