Is China’s sphere of influence extending into Latin America? Dee Smith of the Strategic Insight Group, Elizabeth Economy of the Council on Foreign Relations and Christopher Sabatini of Columbia University outline the extent to which China is expanding its operations — and by so doing, courting both allies and pariahs of the United States. Should America view this as a direct threat, or is China simply extending the reach of its Belt and Road initiative in order to maintain essential raw material supply chains? Filmed on September 26, 2018 in New York.
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There are countries that are deeply deeply in hock right now and try to in particular Venezuela which is basically mortgaged its entire energy future to China for loans that is going to pay back in cut rate oil that whenever political change occurs and however occurs hopefully peacefully any future government is going to find itself still tied to China in paying that back at a time when its oil production has slipped from 3 million barrels per day at the time of Hugo Chavez to the election in 1998 to one point two million barrels today. So they basically sold off their own land wealth to China Ecuador the same. So it really varies in China too has also China. I mean whether Cuba has also sort of become become indebted more and more to China in this difficult turn the corner. You know once there were regime changes in these countries so it's a bit of a sudden illness and another one in particular that now we're looking at that's very dangerous. This is Panama. The Chinese have come in very effectively played off political divisions among the Chinese of the Panamanian government and political class investing a whole series of highways railways and port facilities the Cuno is a strategic point chokepoint for U.S. interests in the hemisphere.
Trading stocks typically have the lowest fees on eToro, which is one reason why I recommend you stick to this market when starting out.
All trades charge both a spread and daily rollover fees.
It really comes down to individual trading strategies and preference. But to give you an idea, I tend to hold on to stocks for a minimum of 6 months and all other trades tend to have an average duration of about two-three weeks.
A final word on over-trading.
This is a point that I want to expand on a little more, specifically in relation to copying other traders. Below is a screenshot of my equity chart over six months. The red line shows the number of people copying me.
My equity vs copiers chart.
The same holds true for the stock market in general.
Long-term growth of UK stock market.
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