Western commentators and analysts find China troublesome to fathom. This is due to the ‘free market’ prism through which they look through. It is a fundamentally flawed starting position when trying to understand China! This further complicates dealing with China in a Trade War.
There is a Cultural Chasm which is impossible for Westerners to understand – literally like fitting a round peg in a square hole. Eastern philosophy is long term by nature where as Western philosophy is NOT. Short term thinking is indoctrinated in our Western markets.
The Chinese apply less political pressure to companies and Chinese industry works more with government – forming a pluralistic society. Under a pluralistic society, power no longer just rests with the government. They no longer dictate views of all groups but take into account the needs of society.
Where companies make decisions which work within these governmental/societal needs they are supported as they are for the good of the state. Where they aren’t, mother China can be ruthless. Control becomes indirect but just as strong – and maybe even stronger. For China its the NEXT growth phase. Therefore the US is controlled by the captains of industry but China in comparison controls captains of industry.
Western logic in an Eastern dominated World
If we are right and a company will do as a nation bids then nothing is as it seems …. economic rationality simply doesn’t work. What hope has an analyst got to understand a company’s prospects where any interaction exists with China ? What is the future of fundamental analysis ? On what basis will world markets operate? These are serious issues facing the traditional investment management industry the world over.
Moreover, how can trade wars be fought when the assumption is that economic rationality will bring the Chinese to the table. When the differing motives and capacity to withstand pain for a greater good are understood it casts a whole different light on the China-USA trade war. Trump is simply not playing on the same board. His assumptions and assertions are flawed. It is a challenging environment, specifically for those who invest the old way ie using traditional fundamentals. Since the GFC this method has been outdated – the concern is that most haven’t worked that out yet.
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- Recommendations that didn’t profit – lost an average of 2.1%.
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