It's tough to predict specific trends in the stock market, but the underlying story in China could appeal to ETF investors.
China is shutting down for the Mid-Autumn Festival, a key holiday when people spend time with their families. We run the ruler over produce-related stocks at the harvest festival.
Low valuations and positive underlying outlooks for Europe and China make ETFs that track their stock markets attractive right now.
A massive injection of cash into transport infrastructure is at total odds with China's "authoritative person."