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28 July 2021
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Your ETFs Are At Risk If US Delist Chinese Stocks

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23/02/2021 - 17:34

At the beginning of January, the drama of delisting certain Chinese stocks controlled the headlines for a few days. Then, as we all know, other more newsworthy stories occurred, and we all forgot about the delisting of Chinese stocks due to 'national security' concerns. Several different stocks were being thrown around as possibly being delisted […] The post Your ETFs Are At Risk If US Delist Chinese Stocks appeared first on INO.com Trader's Blog.


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  37. How much can an ETF grow? (12/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I feel like trading individual stocks is kind of stressing me out too much so ive decided to just buy ETFs and basically forget about them until I need to buy a house or something. My concern is that idk if there is a ceiling for ETFs. I've received advice to just go the safe route and buy ETFs such as VOO or QQQ. I saw that their share prices are quite high right now and im not sure if they will keep their consistent growth forever. Can they climb past $1000? I still consider myself a newbie when it comes to stocks so any help or advice would be appreciated!   submitted by   /u/toeinyourmouth [link]   [comments]
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  38. Most people are better off with ETFs, but individual stocks and higher risk plays can be a solid investment strategy too (19/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    It’s hard to argue with the logic that ETFs / low cost funds are probably the best bet for most investors, if not all. But the key point is here - over the long term. While they should absolutely form the backbone of a long term investing portfolio, and it’s important to recognise we’re in a raging bull market, I think it’s also important to acknowledge that this strategy is primarily about the gradual accumulation of wealth. It can be used in conjunction with a strategy that embraces higher risk for higher reward. To make that wealth. It doesn’t mean that ETFs shouldn’t be at the core of a portfolio, it just means it’s also okay to get involved in more speculative plays, try to swing trade sentiment etc. They key factors to consider are: don’t go all in on risky trades do DD. Consider the bear case for every bull case make a thesis on the direction of a stock. Consider throughout the “why?”, and be clear on your goals set clear price points for taking profits, and for getting into a stock. Don’t buy in at all-time highs unless it supports your thesis for future growth. Don’t “diamond hands” a volatile stock into being worth nothing being right too early is the same as being wrong. You face opportunity cost with your money tied up, and you could see a stock bleed further. averaging down is a sensible strategy for good stocks, not a way to try and dilute the loss from FOMOing into a speculative stock during an all-time high. The focus should still be on adding money into ETFs / funds, rather than trying to play the lottery with all of the savings account / pay cheque, but it can absolutely be a solid play to pick individual stocks for the higher risk / higher reward potential. Diversification is also a good way to lessen this risk, together with steering clear of penny stocks.   submitted by   /u/BuffettsBrokeBro [link]   [comments]
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  39. Chinese Tech ETF (05/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Anyone have advice on a good US-traded Chinese technology ETF that buys their fund on a Chinese exchange? I sold my Nasdaq-listed JD and BABA and just want a fund that carries China tech out of Hong Kong where I don’t have to worry about delisting or return discounts. The best I could find are WisdomTree’s China ex-State Owned (CXSE) and iShares China Large cap (FXI). Neither are perfect but they may have to do. Global X’s China IT ETF doesn’t carry Tencent/BABA and most of the other ETFs buy US listings.   submitted by   /u/Investing8675309 [link]   [comments]
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  40. Index fund diversification ideas. (01/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hi community. I’m still fairly new to serious investing and I currently hold about 50% of my brokerage account in VOO and VTI, with another 20% in some individual stocks I like, and the other 30% is just sitting in SPAXX uninvested. I want to put most if not all of my SPAXX balance into some more ETFs but I wanted to get some ideas on other funds I could consider for better diversification and some ideas for higher risk ETFs. Any and all comments are appreciated!   submitted by   /u/chrism-6 [link]   [comments]
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  41. Better to have 1 $500 stocks/mutual funds/ETFs or 5 $100 versions? (23/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    With expense ratios the same, in the long run, is it better to have more lower priced stocks/mutual funds/ETFs increase over all, or would less quantity with a higher price give less return? ​ All I can find on the subject has actual examples of Apple vs Ford. But more concerned with mutual funds and ETFs   submitted by   /u/moltar49 [link]   [comments]
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  42. Another one: Chinese antitrust regulator blocks Tencent's $5.3 billion video games merger (10/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/other/chinese-antitrust-regulator-blocks-tencents-video-games-merger/ar-AALYO4O The Chinese regulators seems to be serious with their crack down on the tech industry. After Alibaba (with Ant group), Didi just last week and now tencent, it seems no one is safe anymore. I guess this will bring tencent and other Chinese tech stocks further down on Monday. I know you should buy when there is blood in the streets, but considering all the other problems with Chinese stock like ADRs which are not really shares of the companies, questionable accounting practices in china and basically the non existence of the rule of law, Holding Chinese (tech) Stocks long term seems to be really a bad idea, even with the relatively low PE and high growth potential of the companies.   submitted by   /u/doctorzaius6969 [link]   [comments]
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  43. Chinese ETFs see a large selloff in the market (24/03/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  44. : Didi debacle riles lawmakers who seek to block U.S. investors from trading Chinese stocks (07/07/2021 - Market Watch)
    Chinese regulators decided last Friday to block new users from downloading the country's most popular ride-hailing app, Didi, just weeks after the company debuted on the New York Stock Exchange, sending the company's shares down as much as 25% and triggering a broad reevaluation of the risks of investing in Chinese stocks.
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  45. Would anyone be surprised if these Chinese stocks have 2 different accounting ledgers? (16/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I would have to believe the CCP runs a skim on top of that. Theres no way in my mind that they're not getting a cut of the action. Most of the Chinese penny stocks have crazy market cap valuations that appear completely fraudulent. Does anyone feel the same way or am I just missing something?   submitted by   /u/ImNotSmelly [link]   [comments]
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  46. Chinese online education stocks (07/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    During last year, Chinese online education stocks like TAL and YQ have been pumped to unbelievable highs. My mom bought those two stocks and a few others, losing more than 60% on each of them. She's done no research on any of these companies, and yet says that they can grow higher. What do you think? Hold or sell?   submitted by   /u/Inferdo12 [link]   [comments]
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  47. What are your top Index ETF picks for 2021H2 and 2022? (06/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    What are your best picks for Index ETFs for 2021H2 and 2022? I've started to focus more on value US ETFs, e.g. VTV, IWN, VBR, VOOV, VOE, IWD, and emerging markets, e.g. MCHI, VWO, FXI, CQQ, INDA, etc. The US is overheating and it feels like the risk/reward ratio there is becoming a bit too unattractive for me. On the other hand, emerging markets, mainly China, seem to be doing well and have good prospects. I am really bullish on China and I do have individual stock holdings there although it feels like it's best to spread the risk there through ETFs. India also looks good, but I have absolutely no clue about the market there. I know it is growing fast, e.g. they've got above-average inflation, decent GDP growth, growing middle class, etc. These are all medium-term picks, e.g. 6 to 12 months, maybe 18 even. I still haven't given up on US, but my S&P ETFs are in my long-term ISA account and I think that I may simply DCA there and keep adding my monthly $250-$500. What do you think?   submitted by   /u/y_angelov [link]   [comments]
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  48. Biden Tax on wealthy affecting Chinese stocks (23/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    If Congress passes the rumor on this increased capital tax that was announced today, what does this mean for Chinese tech stocks that traded on the Nasdaq? Surely these companies operate off shores, so the tax wouldn't affect them. US tech companies like Apple and Microsoft would be paying higher taxes, but Alibaba or JD would not be affected if I'm not mistaken. Isn't this bullish for Chinese tech companies?   submitted by   /u/yushey1 [link]   [comments]
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  49. Chinese ETFs suffer in the wake of DiDi Global's selloff (06/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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