NYSEARCA:ASHR

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ZCH vs ASHR to invest in China market? ZCH originaly focused more on Hong-Kong while ASHR focused on mainland China stocks. In December BMO refocused ZCH to take more of an ESG lens. Very interesting for a China ETF. Ok with either one. A little of both is better, but like ASHR a bit more.
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Likes the ASHR market. The question is whether the risks around the tech cold war with China is fully priced in. China relative to the rest of the world is pretty fair value. Plays China through KBA and nibbling away at it.

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(A Top Pick May 13/19, Up 15%) This was recommended during the height of the China-US trade war, which was crazy to suggest at the time. August was the best time to buy this. In China, no one is under any illusion that growth is slowing. Maybe, the Chinese feel, are getting accustomed to Trump.
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(A Top Pick Sep 06/18, Up 14%) It is the on-shore Chinese market. It has low expectations and earnings are bottoming.
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It is the largest 300 companies trading on mainland China. He thinks the trade wars are a trading opportunity. China is now reflating. They will start to change into an earnings-driven theme instead of a policy-driven theme. It is a long journey from an export-driven market to a consumer-driven market.
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(A Top Pick Sep 06/18, Up 17%) Everybody's favourite whipping boy in 2018 was China during the trade war, but he expects a long, secular bull market in China going forward. Good valuations; China's bank earnings are 6x only. China is a complicated market though, because of sprawling securities around the world, but ASHR covers mainland Chinese stocks and heavily weights the banks.
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He loves this. 300 of the most liquid and largest chines shares. China has all the things you want to see as a global investor. Low valuation, cutting taxes, easing monetary policy.

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(A Top Pick Sept 20/16. Up 19%.) In the last 5 years, China has been everybody’s favourite whipping boy. His view has been completely different. 40% of the holdings are Chinese banks. China is making some good progress towards economic rebalancing. The rise of the Asian consumer is the biggest macro story of the next decade. He just sold this today as it had become very overbought.

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China is looking good for now and is under owned and under loved. He does not see a crash in China. The market on the mainland had come down so much and is so cheap now. You don’t want to be overweight Chinese industrials, but most funds concentrate in financials.

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(Top Pick Sep 20/16, Up 2.88%) The main land Chinese Market. The macro story continues to excite him. He thinks China is doing what they said they would do. They are rebalancing away from exports. He loves the Chinese stock market.

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This tracks the A shares in China which is the onshore market. There is also a B shares, but much smaller. There is also the H share market which are Hong Kong listed stocks. What she likes about some of the onshore market in China is that there are certain sectors that are not well represented outside. Because it is predominantly a retail market in China, the volatility is typically higher than the Hong Kong side.

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(A Top Pick July 22/16. Up 1.25%.) Probably his most controversial pick and relates to perceptions of the marketplace that China is about to embark on an economic crash and are going to devalue their currency. His view is that the slowdown was coordinated by policymakers. China is on a longer running slow down, and he can see it going down to 3% GDP in the next few years. The market has really punished the stocks there, particularly the Chinese banking sector. This is a multiyear hold.

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Feels the China story is so important. The market is getting it wrong. Chinese stocks have so many positive benefits in the long term.

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There is a lot of misinformation on China. Everyone is trying to interpret the Chinese economy through a Western prism. If you are going to understand the Chinese economy, you have to look at the directives of the government. There was a big bull market from 2002 to 2011 that was driven by exports. Now the government is wanting to rebalance to stimulate the middle class. 40% of this is banks, which are trading at very, very cheap valuations. The worst crash possible is already priced in.

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An ETF on the China situation? This tends to track the Shanghai composite pretty closely. It is fairly new, which is a problem for technical analysis. Chart shows a flat congested period August to November, followed by a rally with some support at around $38. If it can hold at $30, you should be okay. (See also FXI-N)

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