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‘I Can’t See Where The Bottom Is’: Hong Kong Shares Plunge In Longest Losing Streak Since 1997

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3 comments on “‘I Can’t See Where The Bottom Is’: Hong Kong Shares Plunge In Longest Losing Streak Since 1997

  1. Anonymous says:

    It’s nothing like some certain retail stocks on the U.S. markets. 75% down in 1 year is a crash and they haven’t bounced back at all…. I should know I own 1 and am underwater Big League was down 30% in 1 day. Goos thing I also bought SQQQ that’s down BIG also but I am loving the last 3 days. I need 4 more days like this and I’m breakeven. Sell sell sell SELL those overbloated pig stocks

    • George says:

      Yeah ….I set my spider web up with Long Gold ,Short Index ETF’s and lots (relative term ) Cash…. Way premature but lucked out in the Cannabis stocks during the past year and dodged the volatility trap luckily..Thanking H…. for negative as well as positive inputs…..

  2. Tom Swift says:

    Seems like there will be too many TBTF and Zombie companies / funds to have a permanent effect. This may just be a smart/algo money shorting event.
    Wild emotions cause major mistakes.

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