The China Money Report is an alternative publication focused
on what is actually going on in China. China’s GDP is up from
$357 billion in 1990 to $7.2 trillion in 2012 and the IMF predicts
China’s GDP will pass the U.S. as early as 2016.
We blog the rise of the next superpower on a daily basis. At the
same time we compare and contrast its situation with our own personal
declining superpower, the United States, in the hopes that the mirror
of China provides insights on what our own country is doing wrong.
Dan Collins/Founder & Editor The China Money Report
The China Money Report was founded by Dan Collins. He is also founder of
Tiger Hill Capital, a Hong Kong based asset management company and corporate
Dan Collins has lived in China for 15 years. He has 15 years experience
as a private investor in Mainland China. He reads Mandarin Chinese
fluently and has a background in engineering and manufacturing with
multinational companies in China. He currently advises some of the
world’s largest hedge funds on China related companies.
Dan Collins is also a contributing author to publications such as Financial
Sense, The China Business Herald and others. He is also a frequent
guest on financial television programs such as The Kesier Report,
The Kerry Lutz show, Wall Street for Main Street, and the Schiff Report.