Andy Xie, Renowned Chinese Economist Repectedly Predicted Bubbles Accurately




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While many economists believe bubbles are completely unpredictable, world-renowned Chinese Economist Andy Xie takes a different approach. Andy believes bubbles are just as predictable as any other economic force or trend. Putting his money where his mouth is, so to speak, Andy has been able to predict the three biggest bubbles of the last 15 years; the Asian Financial Crisis of 1997, the Dot-Com Bubble of 1999, and the Subprime Mortgage Crisis of 2008.

Who would you rather have on your side- another Chinese economist speaker who refuses to even speculate on the timing of bubbles, or an Andy Xie, a man who has proven time-and-time-again his ability to predict the where, when and why of the biggest bubbles well before they burst?

Andy’s contrarian views on the economics of Asia, in general, and China, specifically, has won him his share of both supporters and opponents. He has been forced to depart a seemingly stable and prestigious job at Morgan Stanley due to speaking out against corruptions within business in Singapore. He has received official criticism from Chinese authorities for his views on how sustainable the nation’s economy really is. Yet despite these sanctions Andy Xie continues to speak, continues to dazzle audiences, and continues his unnervingly high success rate of predicting the unpredictable.

When you commission Andy to speak for your event or organization you will receive the wisdom and expertise of one of the world’s most accomplished and provocative economists. Whether you agree with his views or not, it’s wise to listen to what Andy Xie has to say. Booking him is as simple as contacting his representation at [email protected].