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Patrick McKeough is one of Canada’s top safe-money advisors. The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and The Hulbert Financial Digest have all recognized his ability to find stocks with hidden value. He is editor and publisher of The Successful Investor, Stock Pickers Digest, Wall Street Stock Forecaster and Canadian Wealth Advisor; inventor of the Quick Profit/Value System and the ValuVesting System™. A best-selling Canadian author, he wrote Riding the Bull, the book that predicted the 1990s stock-market boom.

SPDR S&P China ETF

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Chinese stocks are up 27% in the past year, as the country’s economy keeps growing at a still-strong annualized rate of 7% or more. China is exporting more goods to a recovering U.S., which is offsetting slower exports to Europe and weaker Chinese property markets. At the same time, the drop in prices for oil and other commodities is cuttingread more »

SPDR S&P CHINA ETF $79.29 (New York symbol GXC; buy or sell through brokers; www.spdrs.com) aims to track the S&P China BMI Index, which is made up of all publicly traded Chinese stocks available to foreign investors. Right now, the fund holds 307 stocks.

The $1.0-billion fund’s top holdings are Tencent Holdings, 7.7%; China Mobile, 6.2%; Baidu, 6.1%; China Construction …read more »

SPDR S&P CHINA ETF $76.51 (New York symbol GXC; buy or sell through brokers; www.spdrs.com) aims to track the S&P China BMI Index, which is made up of all publicly traded Chinese stocks available to foreign investors. Right now, this ETF holds 269 stocks.

The $841.1-million fund’s top holdings are Tencent Holdings, 8.5%; China Construction Bank, 6.0%; Industrial & Commercial Bank, …read more »

SPDR S&P CHINA ETF $74.08 (New York Exchange symbol GXC; buy or sell through brokers; www.spdrs.com) aims to track the S&P China BMI Index, which is made up of all publicly traded Chinese stocks available to foreign investors. Right now, this ETF holds 251 stocks. The $778.9-million fund’s top holdings are Tencent Holdings, 8.8%; China Construction Bank, 6.0%; China Mobile, …read more »

Chinese stocks are up 25% from June 2013, as the country’s economy continues to grow at an annualized rate of 7.5% or more, even with slower exports to Europe and the U.S. Recent government policy changes are also raising optimism for growth. The country recently brought in measures to boost economic activity and raise competition, including making it easier forread more »

Chinese stocks are down 20% since the start of 2013 due to concerns that China’s economic growth will continue to lag, along with its exports to Europe and the U.S. At the same time, China aims to control rising inflation and rapid growth in riskier bank lending with higher interest rates—without hurting its economy. Still, its long-term outlook is bright.read more »

Chinese stocks are down 12% since the start of this year. The markets have been reflecting investor worries that the country’s economic growth will continue to lag along with its exports to Europe and the U.S. China’s inflation rate is also rising, which could make it more difficult to spur growth through stimulus spending or lower interest rates. Still, the …read more »

Chinese stocks are down 12% since the start of this year on investor worries that the country’s economic growth will continue to lag along with its exports to Europe and the U.S. China’s inflation rate is also rising, which could make it more difficult to spur growth through stimulus spending or lower interest rates. Still, the long-term outlook is bright.read more »

November 30, 2012 -  One Comment
Posted by: Pat McKeough

Chinese stocks are up roughly 16% since early September. That’s largely because the country’s industrial production and exports are picking up, and government measures to stimulate the economy are taking effect. China’s growth rate could reach 8.2% nextyear, and its long-term outlook is positive.

Here are two Chinese exchange traded fund (ETF) recommendations. One invests in all publicly traded Chinese stocksread more »

Chinese stocks are down roughly 14% since March 2012. That’s largely because slow growth in the U.S. and Europe is hurting China’s export-driven economy. Still, China’s growth rate could reach 8% this year, and its long-term outlook is positive.

Here are two Chinese exchange traded fund (ETF) recommendations. One invests in all publicly traded Chinese stocks available to foreignread more »

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