Last week, we launched the inaugural podcast from Moe-Knows.com and TheFinanceGhost.com and we are now proud to bring you Episode 2: China’s electrical storm

In Episode 2: China’s Electrical Storm, we give context to the Chinese ecosystem and the way regulation evolves within that environment. This is especially relevant to investors after the Ant Group listing and IPO was pulled at the eleventh hour. In the second half of the show, we consider China’s attractiveness as a market for electric vehicle manufacturers like Tesla and BYD.

You can listen to the podcast directly here or  Click on the podcast platform of your choice below to subscribe:
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Also read the first post in my China series: “China: The Dragon has awoken but is the rest of the world asleep?
 
Magic Markets’ – A weekly podcast (+- 20 min long) where I collaborate with The Finance Ghost to discuss stocks, bonds, currencies, geopolitics, macroeconomics and market trends covering both emerging and global markets. Check out our launch video here.

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The Finance Ghost’ is a South African Investment Banker with over 10 years of experience. As a successful business strategist and entrepreneur, he introduces a unique and fresh perspective on business. Together we unpack and discuss issues relevant to investors share our respective insights.
 
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