While US and China continue to bicker about trade deals, Australians have three opportunities to play the volatility.
Turn on the news, pick up a paper, or jump online, and you’ll no doubt hear about the US–China trade war.
Tensions between the two economic superpowers went into overdrive in 2018 after Trump put hefty tariffs on Chinese imports.
While the tariff war may have been put on pause, for now, Trump and Xi are still no closer to a deal.
South China Morning Post reports that Beijing ‘would rather bear higher tariffs than have a trade deal that undermines its sovereignty and dignity.’
This increased volatility has created some unlikely winners in the Aussie market.
In a brand-new report from Money Morning, Ryan Clarkson-Ledward looks at several of these unique opportunities for Australian investors.
Inside this report you’ll discover:
- The home-grown Aussie sector that shot up a whopping 164% thanks to exports into China: China’s growing middle class can’t get enough of it. And with the brakes put on US imports, Australian firms are in a unique position to profit. If you know where to look (which we’ll explain) you too could potentially ride their success.
- How China’s dominance could be our gain in this niche resource sector: Several Aussie miners are actively pulling this stuff out of the ground — but they’re tiny. And until now, they haven’t got much attention. Thanks to ongoing tensions, Aussie deposits just became a whole lot more attractive to the worldwide market. For early investors, this could be the ticket to some incredible gains.
- This last one is controversial but can’t be ignored: Love it or hate it, you’ve probably heard of this industry. You might even have a hand in it already. If not, then now is without a doubt the best time to look into it. The more volatility, price manipulation, and uncertainty in the markets, the better this sector looks.
You’ll learn all this and more in the brand-new report: ‘The US–China Trade War and the Opportunities Behind It’.
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