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Epic Chinese Stock Market Bubble of 2015 May Be Bursting

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  1. accelerator United Kingdom

    accelerator Well-Known Member

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    Hi Guys

    The Chinese stock markets have had a great run, but the bubble may now be bursting:

    http://uk.businessinsider.com/chinese-stocks-are-getting-smashed-to-pieces-2015-6

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/b...ck-market-bubble-about-to-burst-10346773.html

    The property market had also crashed, hence people had been moving their money into stocks.

    As a lot of margin debt has been used, further dips could fuel a crash.

    Clearly if their stock market does crash, there could be repercussions around the globe.
     
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  3. orchardapple United Kingdom

    orchardapple Active Member

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    why are you posting this guff all day everyday?? just give it up

    In what way is this posting relevant to the domain industry?
     
  4. Retired_Member42

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    The Chinese use domain names also.
     
  5. accelerator United Kingdom

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    It's a business post in the "Discuss domain or internet business matters" sub-forum.

    The Chinese are big buyers of domain names as alternative investments.
     
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  6. nick-harper United Kingdom

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    Post counts are so 2009!
     
  7. orchardapple United Kingdom

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    replace 'chinese' for 'any other country' and i suspect we'll be getting flaky, loosely related 'business posts' every day from now on then

    Get real or fire over to 'business or financial forums' where i suspect you'll get the same sort of response :rolleyes:
     
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    haha hadn't thought of that, naughty naughty accelerator. I just thought you were genuinely interested in this guff :D
     
  10. Murray United Kingdom

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    People don't do that any more do they :shock:
     
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    If you've got a website from 1999 you have to apply 1999 link building techniques.
     
  12. Murray United Kingdom

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    I think you will find Accelerator is a bit beyond all that

    He uses much more high level productive techniques, like swapping likes on facebook :p
     
  13. ChrisMM United Kingdom

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    Looks like got banned on WickedFire.com for it. I'd link some of the replies he got but...well... nsfw etc :lol:
     
  14. accelerator United Kingdom

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    Hi Guys

    I have been posting internet business stories in a sub-forum entitled "Discuss domain or internet business matters". The idea is that you then make a point or comment about the item I have posted.

    If anyone would like to make a sensible point about the Chinese economy and it's affects on the Chinese domain market, which has been particularly good for NNNN.com and NNNNNN.com sales, then I'd be happy to discuss it with them.

    If however, you don't share my interest in the Chinese economy and the habits of Chinese domain name buyers, then I don't understand why you are reading my threads.

    Also, please keep it professional.

    Thanks
     
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    It's also worth noting that the sub-forum is in the "Making Money" section... Now unless I'm mistaken, Acorn isn't exactly inundated with Chinese stockbrokers or investors.
     
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    If you removed your footer links would you still be bothered to post daily..?
     
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    Wht part of your original post did you even comment on the chinese domain industry??? chinese domain buying habits???
     
  18. mat United Kingdom

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    Posting duplicate content over multiple forums with links to your sites in the signature, which all have the same whois details, hosting, template and all interlink with each other probably isnt the wisest of ideas if that is what you are trying to do. :)
     
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    Would be interesting to see ;) i bet NOT
     
  20. accelerator United Kingdom

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    Hi Guys

    I don't want to start arguing with the people that for some reason seem to have an issue with my posts. What those people are complaining about is someone starting threads for discussion, on an internet forum designed for ... discussion.

    If anyone had anything to say about the post topic, then we could have a discussion.

    Those that seem to like criticising my threads should just not read them if they aren't interested.

    Yes, I also try and discuss things on other forums. I always abide by forum rules. What is not allowed by Acorn rules is to mention other domain forums.

    If you don't like my threads, then please don't read them or make off-topic comments in them.

    Note that the threads are getting viewed by a silent majority, so they are obviously of interest to people.

    I do not wish to argue with anyone. You are complaining about someone attempting to start some discussion. The fact that no-one is discussing it isn't my fault. Perhaps you can think of some more interesting topics to start? I would certainly welcome more quality topics.

    Thanks
     
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