How To Invest In China ETF – The Ones Which Beat US ETF

Do you want to learn how to invest in the China ETF market? China is growing fast, but not all Chinese stock types are performing in the same way. Watch this video if you want to understand more about Chinese stock types and learn the important differences between Chinese stock indices.

With the inclusion of more domestic A-Shares into the MSCI indices, ongoing high GDP growth despite the Trade War, reasonable valuations and a Fed that’s easing there’s a lot of interest in Chinese stocks. But tread with caution – this is an emerging market and it comes with a lot of risk!

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19 thoughts on “How To Invest In China ETF – The Ones Which Beat US ETF”

  1. Its a mess at the moment, the regulatory framework. It looks like its very easy to get burnt by investing in China. Great piece of research! I dont see a great % of total allocation to be in Chana, but the MSCI weight increase will tend to rise in future, so downside will be protected somewhat. Also it would make sense to rebalance more frequently because of these huge swings of the Red Dragon.

  2. China's essentially ruled by an oligarchy that adopted part of the capitalist market system, while retaining their communist ideology. I'm personally not touching it for a few reasons:
    -I don't want to support blatant violations of human rights.
    -There's no guarantee that the fundamental numbers that China releases are in fact accurate.
    -Their system is inherently unstable. In case of a severe downturn authoritarian regimes suffer a whole lot more since quality of life was already poor and it doesn't take much for the people to riot.
    -Both their private sector and public sector are dangerously over leveraged if the IMF data is accurate. This isn't good. In the event of a credit squeeze the only bailout is going to come from a foreign loan and if inflation gets out of control it's going to be more and more difficult to pay back that loan.

  3. Interesting. I've just got exposure to China through the vanguard emerging markets fund at the minute (and some IT's like Scottish mortgage). Think I steer clear of some of those fancy china ETFs

  4. As ever excellent info from Ramin, I’m one of the Pensioncrafters, believe me if you want insightful info regarding investments you’ll get loads for a tiny monthly fee, IFA’s wouldn’t come near. I’m pretty new to investing properly and have got a huge amount of info from this channel, and more once I signed up.

  5. These ETFs are another way of catching a falling knife. Chinese companies trading in US stock exchange are exempt from external audits and do not have to adhere to specific accounting methods. To trade in the US exchanges, the US passed legislation to prevent fraudulent accounting method, except for the Chinese companies. Proceed with extreme caution and do your due diligence.

  6. new money utube video shows how we dont understand China which is a real inv oportuntinty. But the first U.S.-listed ETF that provides 100% China A-Share exposure pek vanek which is comprised of the 300 largest and most liquid stocks in the Chinese A-share market. only shows @ 4% over 5 years. anyone got any good research / ideas? Ramin for PM !!!

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