"It’s not going to come down to growth" in China, "it’s going to come down to whether China will build inventories," Armstrong said. "We do think China will come in and build positions in all the industrial metals should you see further price deterioration here."
He sees value in trading currencies, particularly those of China, Singapore, and Mexico.
Finally, Armstrong likes large-cap stocks over smaller companies. The larger companies, such as Coca-Cola and Tiffany , have exposure to emerging markets, revenue growth and the ability to pass along higher prices to customers.
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