Ted Bauman is one of the world’s leading experts in the finance industry and has several investment advice columns which he publishes through Banyan Hill Publishing Company. He is a well-known advocate of asset protection and it describes the nature of his investment strategies as designed to help individuals create a lifestyle which is truly sovereign.In the news lately, there has been much commotion over the trade war that has been ignited between the United States of America and China under the Trump administration. Ted Bauman has recently published an article on some potential investment opportunities that have been created through this trade war.
The Trump administration hopes to negatively affect the Chinese economy by creating a number of tariffs that will be applied to Chinese goods. According to Ted Bauman, over $500 billion worth of Chinese goods will be subject to some of these new tariffs.Ted Bauman states that there are a number of companies which will be negatively affected in the United States as a result of these new tariffs however there are some potential investment opportunities for an expert investor as well. Typically a trade war will raise the cost of doing any transaction. For example, if there is a 10% tax that is placed on goods that are imported from China the average consumer can expect to pay an additional 10% for the same product.
Ted Bauman states that overall this can be considered a poor policy for economics but there are some opportunities for investment amidst the negative side effects of these new tariffs.A number of stocks in China are falling due to the decline in their consumer base. Mr. Bauman states that there will likely be an increase in these same stocks in the future so right now could be the perfect opportunity to invest in some Chinese companies.Ted Bauman believes that the Chinese stock markets will recover as soon as the trade war is put to an end which will likely occur after the end of Trump’s presidency. This means that right now could be a rare opportunity to purchase undervalued stocks from Chinese companies.