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 Stock Market Crash Could Cause Global Economic Collapse in 2016

By Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Chinese Stock Market CrashIn June 2015, Chinese stockholders thought the world was falling apart. More than half the companies listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange halted trading as the market crashed by nearly 30%. With the sell-off deepening every day, Chinese officials were forced to intervene in the market using a “first aid” strategy. They became .

Jim Rickards: China’s Stock Market Crash Isn’t Over Yet

By Friday, August 14, 2015
China Stock Market CrashFinancial turmoil in China could ignite a stock market crash and possible economic collapse in 2015. At least, that’s the opinion of famed analyst Jim Rickards.   “My point is, the worst is not over in China,” the editor of Strategic Intelligence, wrote in an article about the ongoing crisis in the Chinese stock market. “The.

Chinese Economic Collapse in 2015: What Could Be the Trigger

By Friday, July 31, 2015
Chinese Economic CollapseThe Chinese stock market is extremely vulnerable to additional episodes of selling. In the process, this could lead to a Chinese economic collapse in 2015 or 2016. A few weeks ago, I discussed the real threat and contagious impact of a bigger correction in the Shanghai Composite Index (SSE), which had been down 32% but has since rallied.

Stock Market Investing: Why Technology’s Still Tops for Growth

By Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Stock Market InvestingThe overall theme of successful stock market investing so far this year has been the record moves by the technology sector, with the NASDAQ staging another one on Monday. As many of you know, there have been two major themes in my investment and trading approach: technology and China. I have long been bullish towards Chinese stocks and .

Stock Market Right Now: 3 Variables That Could Drive It Lower

By Monday, July 13, 2015
Stock Market DownInvestors were jumping into stock buying on Thursday morning. But while it may be an encouraging sign for the stock market, my advice is not to be fooled by this dead cat bounce. We will likely see oversold buying after bouts of deep selling (as we have been witnessing). I doubt there are sustainable market gains around the corner; unless.


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