Investing in China

21
Jun

Going Down with the Ship as a Strategy: Should You Trade Chinese Assets Until Liquidation?

Broadly speaking, trade management options tend to be in a spectrum between two extremes when it comes to Chinese assets… or pretty much anything else, for that matter, with those extremes being: On the one hand, the option of entering a trade and setting clear price points at which you will exit (stop-loss orders through

20
Jun

10 Things To Consider Before Investing In China

If you’ve frequented our blog (or come across other similar ones) then you’re probably aware that China represents one of the best investment opportunities in the world today. We’d go as far as to label China as the best opportunity for growth thus far in the 2000s. That being stated, before jumping on the train,

20
Jun

“Organic Growth” of Chinese Assets?

One of the most over-used terms in the world of trading and/or investment is most definitely the “organic growth” one, especially in light of the fact that it tends to be used in a very… let’s call it self-serving manner. Before continuing, it is worth pointing out yet again that to be a successful investor/trader

19
Jun

13 of the Most Recent Chinese IPOs

One of the most exciting places to start investing is when a company is first made available for the general public. This is especially true for Chinese companies because it will be the first time that these companies are open to foreign investors. If you’re considering investing in China, it’s definitely worth checking out some

19
Jun

Discipline When Investing in China: Buying and Selling… With a Plan

In a previous article, we have explained that Chinese assets can get quite volatile, with the pros as well as cons associated with said volatility, anything from pros such as the trading opportunities potentially brought about by wild price swings to cons such as the fact that over-leveraged positions are much more easily wiped out

18
Jun

Volatility in China: Are Chinese Assets (Overly) Volatile?

Let us not beat around the bush: Chinese assets can be extremely volatile and as 2020’s price action when it comes to pretty much all asset classes made clear, it hardly represents the only asset category susceptible to extreme volatility. It just so happens that just like with everything else, there tends to be a

14
Jun

China in a Possible Global Supply Chain Complexity Reduction Scenario

Regardless of how you feel with respect to the medical dimension of the coronavirus or, more specifically, covid-19 situation, there is no denying that it has unleashed consequences that are impossible to ignore when it comes to the economic dimension. In light of the fact that the ChinaFund.com team does not consist of epidemiologists or

13
Jun

China in the Context of a (Great) Depression?

Time and time again, analysts are voicing concerns about a potential recession in China, especially in a post-coronavirus framework. For example, scenarios which involve let’s say a one-year economic contraction, with the many consequences this brings about… not just for China but for everyone else as well, in the context of a deeply interconnected economy

11
Jun

Chinese Asset Price Correlation… or (Hopefully) Lack Thereof

Perhaps the main goal of an individual or organization when it comes to putting together a balanced portfolio that is robust enough to withstand a wide range of shocks needs to revolve around not making the mistake of being a proverbial one trick pony by exclusively having exposure to assets that are highly correlated. To

10
Jun

China’s Economic Growth Projection (5-10 years)

If you’ve been living in the U.S. for the past 10-20 years and keep up with the economy then chances are that China has come up in the conversation quite a bit. China is oftentimes considered the elephant in the room because they’ve been on an economic tear over the past several decades to rival