Waiting Out China's Next Growth Spurt

Strategist: It may be time for investors to hold rather than add, unless they’re brave.

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Some analysts think stimulus could come a bit sooner, perhaps encouraged by policy effectiveness so far.

"As growth has slowed, inflation pressures have eased and copper and commodity prices have declined. We believe this allows room for Chinese authorities to implement domestic stimulus in 2012," says Paul Christopher, Wells Fargo Advisor's chief international investment strategist.

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Corrected on 01/30/12: A previous version of this story misspelled Brian Gendreau's name.