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China Stocks Investing: New Cold War and Bond Defaults

In this post, we continue to discuss themes to understand before investing in Chinese stocks in the 2020s. Investing Amidst the U.S. China Cold War If the current trajectory continues (steady growth at 6% per year) while the Chinese economy continues to decouple from the U.S., there may end up being positive

Investing in China – Key Things to Note

Beginning of possibly a series on getting your feet wet in Chinese investing China, despite the well documented decline in GDP growth to 6%, is still the largest contributor to global growth. After all, 6% of $15 trillion US is like growing by more than one Australia every year. A couple of

Hong Kong Protests and Investing Fallout

Happy New Year. Hong Kong as a Financial Capital Due to the disproportionate coverage of the current social disruption in Hong Kong being the tip of the iceberg for cooling U.S.-China relations, investors are curious about what this means in terms of China as an investable market. As well, our readers are

Commercial Banking in Hong Kong

Written by a Vice President of Commercial Banking in Hong Kong Commercial Banking Career Path in Hong Kong Despite what you may see in the news, commercial banking in Hong Kong is booming still. If you go on LinkedIn, eFinancialCareers or indeed.com, you will find too many jobs to fill, from entry

Understanding China and the Investment Thesis

We have been meaning to support our China bull case for a while but have been indolent. But here it is. China is a better investment vehicle than the US. Executive Summary Scale Government Efficiency Favorable Labor Force Diaspora We especially like China right now because asset prices have retreated in the face

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