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Communist Picnic

The Shanghai Composite has shot up 305% in the past 4 years. On the eve of the Communist party meeting in China, how do you trade?

Tim Seymour says what comes out of the meeting will likely be symbolic, however he sees possible negative headline risk.

He expects the Chinese to put down the hammer on food prices. Also he anticipates hearing from the party on income disparity and growth into the regions. All these headlines could be negative.

He suggests buying dips on any negative headline.

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