Does anyone have an opinion as to what effect the collapse of China will have on the overall market?
This thought has occurred to me frequently in the last few months. Right now, I'm not sure what the correct answer is. I can make an argument that S&P will go down but I can just as easily take the opposite side of the argument. One thing I'm sure of: it will have an effect one way or the other. Therefore I expect that volatility won't disappear and the market will remain an exciting place for the next few years. Just how exciting and in what particular way - that is the question. I want to collect OPOs - Other People's Opinions - first, and then maybe I'll give it some more thought and then formulate my conclusions. So here is my question to everyone: Chinese economy will collapse in the next few years. What will then happen to S&P?