On this week’s episode of QAV, Tony has some new insights into ways to possible analyse growth stocks using the checklist and Cameron has to pick himself up off the floor. In our analysis section for premium members, we look at FMG, Fortescue Metals Group.

In this final episode of our China series, we talk about:
How China might weaponize its holdings of more than $1.1 trillion worth of U.S. Treasuries, aka the “nuclear option”
The risk of China starting a currency war with the US
China’s current position on IP protection
And we finish with a little more discussion about China’s theory on the “Socialist market economy” and Deng Xiaoping Theory.

In March 37 CE, aged seventy-seven years, four months, and nine days, of which time he had been emperor twenty-two years, seven months, and seven days, Tiberius Caesar Divi Augusti filius Augustus fell ill and died.

One of Gutenberg’s partners died, and the guy’s brothers wanted in on the secret project. Gutenberg refused, so they took him to court. Then in 1444, Gutenberg left Strasbourg and went… where? We don’t know. He disappeared for three years. Some interesting conspiracy theories about where he might have gone. We also talk about the people who invented movable type before Gutenberg… the CHINESE! CHINA CHINA CHINA!