Big Profits In China!

One of the most common denominators of U.S. companies reporting better-than-expected profits is that they are doing big business in China. That is why the most important question you need to ask about every U.S. stock in your portfolio is do they or do they NOT have an effective China sales strategy.

Doing business in China is a lot more complex than simply opening a store and waiting for profits to roll in. To make money in China, a business needs to navigate a maze of governmental, social, political, and social hazards. For every success story, there are dozens of failures in China.

Watch my video to hear the story about three U.S. companies that are doing GANGBUSTER business in China and delivered big profits to their shareholders.

Best wishes,

Tony

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Your thoughts on “Big Profits In China!”

  1. I think China’s growth will give the world a chance to push forward. The economic growth is not in the US is in China for US based companies.

  2. I do appreciate very much the information you share with us on these video’s, but for some reason, sometimes the audio is not clear, and we are unable to understand what is being said. Is there any way that when you mention a stock, that the name of the stock and symbol could be displayed as you speak. I don’t want to seem unapreciative of what you are doing, but sometimes this would really help us OLD folks.
    Thank you for what you do
    Danny

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