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TOP PICK
Recommendation to buy on the HK exchange. Price target is in HK$. Wanted exposure to Chinese internet but without the risk of the US delisting. The underlying growth of the Chinese market is significant. A very high growth company with dividends. There is growth in revenue and underlying market. (Analysts’ price target is $787.65)
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BUY on WEAKNESS

Tencent was nearly $100 two weeks ago and now $84. Similarly, BABA has popped from $225 back to $280, round trip. Tencent is seeing its first meaningful sell-off in a while. In the low/mid-$80s it is an interesting range.

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BUY
Allan Tong’s Discover Picks TCEHY stock pays only a 0.2% dividend and trades at a high 56x PE. Well, that’s high by video game standards, but minute compared to Amazon‘s 92x. Then again, Microsoft—which owns a small interest in games—trades at 34x, and TenCent’s own PE a year ago stood at 37.44x. TCEHY stock is trading less than US$6 below its 52-week high of $81.35. Read 4 More Alluring Gaming Stocks for the Win for our full analysis.
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DON'T BUY
Challenge with Chinese stocks is when you invest in China, you don't actually hold the shares in your name. From a political perspective, you don't have claim to those assets. Now we have US-China tensions. He'd rather buy one of the multinational companies with operations in China that benefit from the recovery.
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DON'T BUY
Ties to Chinese government? He does not own any Chinese listed stocks for fear of potential US de-listing. The issue is that you do not own the actual company, you own a "variable interest entity" -- a proxy for the underlying stock. If there were an issue that Canada came into conflict with China, your ownership could be in question. He is not willing to put clients into these entities.
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HOLD
He owns it on a relatively small basis. It acts almost as an ETF on its own. It is a core holding he wants for exposure into China.
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TOP PICK

This didn't come down much during the pandemic. Has good growth and diversification. Has its own payment system. Actually, this sold off last year during the trade war, but has held in this year like a rock. They are solid. Has good growth ahead. (Analysts’ price target is $56.67)

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TOP PICK

Tencent is a Chinese Internet company. Great option if you are looking for growth.

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DON'T BUY

It struggled during the American tariffs, but has recovered a bit after the tariffs were lifted. He needs to see financial reporting from a company, and Chinese companies are only 70% compliant with global standards.

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BUY

He owns this one -- about 1% of his portfolio. He has a price target of $53.70 US. It is undervalued. It is the largest online advertiser, gaming space and more. It is getting into fintech and cloud storage -- all with good long runways.

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HOLD

A Chinese regulator is looking into it, saying that the music is too restrictive for competition. As always in China, it's what the communist party wants. If they decide to go down on it, they will.

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COMMENT

Baidu reported earnings recently and missed sending the stock down. He does not believe tech talk as having a real revenue story. As such, the valuation does not make too much sense to him. The trade issues with China have made all these companies cheap, so if you are a trader this could be a good way to go. He would prefer Tencent or Alibaba instead.

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TOP PICK

There are Visa and MasterCard in North America, and Alipay and another Tencent app in China. They are also heavily into games and audio. It grows over 20%, is domestic, and is down substantially from its highs. (Analysts’ price target is $55.67)

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PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick Jun 29/18, Down 12%) He still owns it and really likes it. Longer term, China still has an absurd amount of future growth. You want to have an allocation in this space. It has been impacted by the trade war between China and the US, even though their business is really all Chinese domestic.

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PARTIAL BUY

He doesn't follow the Chinese stocks much. The decline in this and Alibaba stem from ongoing trade tensions, blocked from growing by the U.S. So, once the trade war ends then Tencent will revive. You can buy this long-term.

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Tencent Holdings Ltd (TCEHY-OTC) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 2

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 1

Total Signals / Votes : 3

Stockchase rating for Tencent Holdings Ltd is calculated according to the stock experts' signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

Tencent Holdings Ltd (TCEHY-OTC) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Tencent Holdings Ltd stock symbol?

Tencent Holdings Ltd is a American stock, trading under the symbol TCEHY-OTC on the US OTC (TCEHY). It is usually referred to as OTC:TCEHY or TCEHY-OTC

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What is Tencent Holdings Ltd stock price?

On 2021-09-24, Tencent Holdings Ltd (TCEHY-OTC) stock closed at a price of $58.27.