Chinese property prices jump at a record pace fuelling concerns of a bubble

1 min Read Published: 14 Apr 2010

Today's headline of the day comes from the Daily Telegraph. The article reports how property prices in China have hit record levels fuelling concerns of a bubble forming which could ultimately burst.

I've highlighted this story as a warning sign for investors who read this blog. As with all 'holy grail' stories the 'China is a one-way bet' idea, for me, is too good to be true in the long run. Stock prices etc can't just keep rising without some sort of correction sooner or later. As long as investors bear that in mind then investing in China still offers the potential for good returns. As my post of Monday shows, investment managers are looking to emerging markets and the East in the pursuit of returns over the next 12 months. But as ever it pays to be sensible.

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