Investing in the Rise of the New Spending Class
By Jeff Desjardins,
Visual Capitalist, 9 February 2016.

It’s no secret that the world has been a little down on China. The world’s most populous country has been the primary engine of economic growth for decades, but recently investor optimism around China has diminished significantly. With a sliding manufacturing sector and lower GDP growth, most mainstream pundits have shifted focus to whether the country will have a “soft” or a “hard” landing.

The infographic below by Visual Capitalist pulls some of the themes from contrarian, investor and author Gianni Kovacevic’s new book, My Electrician Drives a Porsche?, to show who makes up the new spending class, and why their inevitable rise will translate to a blossoming green energy sector. There is much more meat to the book and to avoid spoilers, we’ve left out Kovacevic’s ultimate investment conclusion.

Investing in the Rise of the New Spending Class

More information at Visual Capitalist.

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