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August 11, 2019

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Koogleschreiber

It will be interesting to see what the ECB does in case of a severe stock crash. The usual thing would be to flood the markets with cheap money through lower interest rates, but would it help in future? What could they do else? Give every European a 10,000 € Amazon voucher?

Koogleschreiber

By the way, I'll begin to accumulate Russian raw material stocks over the next years. The outlook by the IMF is moderately good for Russia, the Russian stock market is relatively immune to other markets in the world. Best of all, Russian stocks pay real high dividends. Second best: The man in the street doesn't care about Russian stocks, I think this is a buying oportunity.

David

Good luck with Ruble-denominated dividends.

The problem with Russian (and Chinese) companies is a total lack of transparency. Who can believe the numbers they provide?

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