Chinese Stocks

Chinese stocks are simply companies that are based and trade domestically in China and/or are also listed on foreign stock exchanges, namely the United States. Chinese stocks allow aggressive investors to buy companies where the majority of the business is in China, hence Chinese stocks are a play on the growth of China. In China, the major companies are listed on the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index.

While it’s true that China-based companies have subjected U.S. capital markets with erroneous results and reporting, it doesn’t mean you should bypass Chinese stocks—you just need to be extra careful.

The situation has improved and will get better for investors looking at Chinese stocks listed in the U.S. The Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) has revamped the listing requirements for Chinese companies and has forced Chinese companies looking to list in the United States to use approved auditors, along with other, tighter reporting requirements. China may not be in the spotlight for investors now, as was the case a few years back, but you cannot ignore the country. With the recent years of under performance, we see excellent risk-to-reward longer-term upside in Chinese stocks.


China’s Stock Market: Why the Rally Will End

By Tuesday, May 26, 2015

China’s Stock MarketRecently, widely followed investor Dennis Gartman told CNBC that China’s bull market is just getting started. However, looking at the fundamentals, I wonder how long this bull market will last. (Source: CNBC, May 24, 2015.)Stock Market Flying HighThe stock market in China has been going up at a dramatic pace since July of last year.. Read More

Why China Catches My Eye as a Top Opportunity Right Now

By Friday, July 18, 2014

My Top Three Foreign Investment OpportunitiesA few years ago, investors couldn’t get enough of Chinese stocks. This led to numerous frauds committed by crooks in China that has since tarnished the reputation and reliability of all Chinese companies, whether they’re legitimate or not, despite their operating in one of the top growth areas in the world.While I’m not focused. Read More

How to Profit from China’s Shift in Consumer Spending

By Friday, May 16, 2014

China's Consumers Eager Spend; How  Profit from RiseChina is facing some growth issues, but so are the majority of the countries in the Western Hemisphere.The country’s new government leader, President Xi Jinping, came on board in March 2013 and is planning to change the landscape of China vis-a-vis a new focus on domestic consumption and a reduction in its dependence on exports and. Read More

Chinese Stocks Promise Higher Potential Gains?

By Monday, March 24, 2014

Three Keys to Profiting from China-Based StocksIf you think Chinese stocks are too speculative to consider and buy, then you need to read what I’m going to say over the next few paragraphs.Yes, it’s true that China-based companies have subjected U.S. capital markets to erroneous results and reporting in the past and that it is likely continuing to some degree, but that does not. Read More

How to Play the Growth in China

By Thursday, February 20, 2014

Why Investors Shouldn't Bypass ChinaFor the first time in more than three years, Chinese stocks are beginning to show some promise for growth investors looking for opportunities outside of the United States.The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index has moved to just above its close of 2013; hence, it’s more or less in line with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average.. Read More

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From: Michael Lombardi, MBA
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