The China Syndrome – The Black Swan Pushes Events to the Tipping Point-Maximizing Enterprise Value in the upcoming Crisis – by Steven R. Gerbsman and Robert Tillman

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San Francisco, August, 2015
The China Syndrome – The Black Swan Pushes Events to the Tipping Point-Maximizing Enterprise Value in the upcoming Crisis
This article has been updated to reflect the present “China Syndrome” and as it relates to the “Black Swan & Tipping Point”.   Parts of this article were published by Steven R. Gerbsman and Robert Tillman in May, 2007. To understand the future, one must understand the past and that history is a guide.

Please read, enjoy and “BE PREPARED”.

Best regards,
Steven R. Gerbsman, Gerbsman Partners and Robert Tillman, member of Gerbsman Partners Board of Intellectual Capital

The events in China of the past two weeks have illustrated how completely integrated are the world’s economies. We know that stresses are building in the world and we all see these stresses and imbalances. Based on history, we know that there will be violent and completely unpredictable resets. Nevertheless…

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