posted on Sep, 1 2015 @ 09:00 PM
a reply to: InnerPeace2012
Hmm, well the numbers represent a value of traded A and B+ rating stocks in the Shanghai composite. This is not an accurate measure of economic
activity, moreso a perception of things to come, else parasites gaming the creation of a perception. Depending on how modern the market, much activity
is made by few players, yet much of the base comes from the majority common people. People are raped, fat cats tend towards dominating.
What does it mean? There's another thread on the volatility index made today. Overall what we're seeing in the physical world is automation just
starting to take over real jobs, oil prices suffocating major players worldwide, and speculators learning the hard way. China has invested heavily in
a gamble that they could push a perception of continued growth to sustain the real economic growth, but that seems to be backfiring.
It means this is likely more than a simple correction, and perhaps more of the beginning of game-changing to a system that is dislocating from the
reality of humanities needs, in my big-picture assessment. That's longer term. In the short term, perhaps a downswing and continuation of the global
depression. Or a new recession, depending on who's figures and which metrics you choose to weigh.