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Exceptional Chart: China Stock Market Will Go Much Higher In 2017

Many love to associate China with doom and gloom, for one or another reason. Though China has passed the stage of exceptional rates of +10% annual GDP growth, it is still growing at rates not seen since many years in the U.S. and Europe. After last year’s stock market collapse in China, it is clear that its market has stabilized. But here is the good news for stock market investors seeking low risk opportunities: China’s market could be on the verge of a huge breakout, leading to strong gains in its stock market 2017.
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