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This is the most challenging and perplexing time to invest in many years. In the span of a week, traders witnessed the worst two-day start to a December since 2008, followed by a remarkable comeback that brought the major market indices back to near all-time highs.

A single tweet can lift or crash the markets, so we all must accept that the rest of December will be unpredictable on a day-to-day basis. That doesn’t mean we can’t discern clear trends within the economy and markets.

For the time being, the U.S. Federal Reserve is controlling the S&P 500 outright, and they naturally want it higher.

Check the chart below, which shows that every single time the Federal Reserve increased its balance sheet through its programs of buying massive amounts of bonds from banks (thereby saving the banking system from a liquidity crisis), the S&P 500 went up:

Courtesy: Zerohedge

The one time the Fed reduced its balance sheet, the stock market went down the same week. Now that Permanent Open Market Operations (where the Federal Reserve plans to keep buying bonds indefinitely) is in effect, betting against the Federal Reserve is dangerous.

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American stocks are expensive, so you have to be a sharpshooter and a stock picker: find the diamonds in the rough and grab them before everyone else does.

I sent out the alert on Solar Edge (SEDG) just last week and we’re up 15% in that time – gains we won’t find in any of the large-caps.

Currently I’m taking a serious look at China, which has serious potential for economic expansion in the coming months and years.

I’m doing what sophisticated investors do: following the flow of institutional capital, as the world’s biggest banks want access to 90 trillion yuan ($12.8 trillion) of investable assets in Chinese households.

These banks include some of the most famous names in institutional investing: 

  • Fidelity
  • BlackRock
  • Vanguard
  • Van Eck
  • Schroders
  • Neuberger Berman

China is now inviting these asset managers to do business with them, as the China Securities Regulatory Commission just gave overseas institutions to apply for total control of Chinese onshore ventures starting in 2020.

This is a huge opportunity: Vanguard’s Asia CEO Charles Lin has stated outright that China is the only place where the company could build another $5 trillion of assets under management.

The opportunities are out there if you’re willing to find them, and we’re finding them and delivering them to you – consider it the ultimate holiday gift that just keeps on giving.

Best Regards,

Thomas Hugh

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