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Took the selloffs as oppertunity

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I know it’s not easy, especially last night (morning in the US), when we saw the market took another dive (Dow was down 300 in the begining of regular trading). But we have all been there, remember the Feb 27 “Chinese crash” and subsequent US market crash?

More recently I remember the May 30 “Chinese crash 2.0”, which happened after the goverment raised the (stock trading) stamp tax. This is used as a milestone for many analysts, and mutual funds here in China. Before that the market was filled with retail investors and they bought all kinds of craps: those so called “concept stocks”, companies which has little organic growth, but with the potential to being acquired for the “shell”; or companies who happened to own some “hot bank stocks” which will IPO soon…May 30 changed all that.

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