Stock Market Big Drop

I always react very slowly to what is happening in stock market in China.

Recently, the big drop of Shanghai Stock is also crazy (like that crazy and more crazy increase before).

After I reported the increase from 998.23 in June 2005 to 4040 in May 2007, and more than 6000 in 2008, it gets back to something around 2800 these days.

I am not involved in the stock market this time. People say, there is bubble in China, and there are always people believe: This is China, so economic rules do not apply.

Well. Even western rules do not apply, there must be some rules that works…

18 Comments

  1. Jianshuo,

    I think the economy rule still applies here: there is a bubble, and there is a bubble bust :-)

    Seriously, I felt the Shanghai composite index and some stocks are at attractive level for long term (patient) investors. By “long term” I mean a year or more. I understand for some people a week is long term…

  2. You mean bubbles burst? I thought it just keeps getting bigger and bigger.

    In my books, a long term investment is something I do not ever intend to sell.

  3. You had a post regard this on March 12, 2007. That was the sell signal.

    http://home.wangjianshuo.com/archives/20070312_everyone_is_talking_about_stock.htm

  4. What goes up must come down. Valid for all stock markets.

  5. We are obviously going through some very troubling economic times starting with 1) the sub-prime mortgage debacle 2) extradordinary high gasoline and fuel prices 3) a housing market which has in many respects collapsed 4) diminished consumer confidence and the list goes on.

  6. I don’t think money follows “western” or “eastern” rules.

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  12. The truth is that there are always some bubbles somewhere. While some are bursting, the others are being built up. It all depends on where the money goes…

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