Face to face with Jim Chanos

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In the six-part video interview below, James Chanos, hedge fund legend and Kynikos Associates president/founder, discusses a variety of issues regarding the economy and financial markets.

Part 1: Investing behind the Great Wall

Source: CNBC, December 10, 2010.

Part 2: The short story on the markets

Source: CNBC, December 10, 2010.

Part 3: The payout from the bailout

Source: CNBC, December 10, 2010.

Part 4: Restructuring the euro

Source: CNBC, December 10, 2010.

Part 5: High-end art market is back

Source: CNBC, December 10, 2010.

Part 6: Parting shots

Source: CNBC, December 10, 2010.

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2 comments to Face to face with Jim Chanos

  • ricecake

    One most import point most people in the developed world miss when study China’s economy is that China had no housing development to speak of while the population multiplied many folds for CENTURIES!. Not until less than 30 years ago China started developing housing for it’s world’s largest population in speed to make up for the non housing development of it’s previous centuries . The explosive need for housing is volcanic. In fact, speaking of domestic consumption, houses and stuffs put inside and used by people inside their home are many great industries.

    China will be fine.

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