China’s prospects look bright

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… Read More

Two ETFs for a Chinese resurgence

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… Read More

Two ETF buys for a Chinese rebound

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… Read More

Two ETF buys for a Chinese rebound

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… Read More

Bright prospects for these Chinese ETFs

Chinese stocks are down roughly 22% since April 2011. That’s largely because investors fear that weak growth and high debt levels in Europe and the U.S. will slow China’s export-driven economy.

However, the long-term outlook for China, and Chinese stocks, is bright. One of the best… Read More

Safer ways to invest in Chinese stocks

Chinese stocks have lagged behind North American markets this year. That’s partly because investors are concerned about collapses of Chinese reverse-takeover stocks (RTOs), like Sino-Forest. That concern has spilled over to even high-quality Chinese stocks.

RTOs bought bankrupt North American companies that were already listed on… Read More

Two China ETFs for long-term gains

Chinese stocks are down roughly 12% since November 2010. That’s largely because investors fear that interest-rate increases designed to slow inflation will hurt the country’s economic growth.

However, the long-term outlook for China, and Chinese stocks, is bright. And one of the best ways for investors… Read More

Two Chinese ETFs for long-term growth

The long-term outlook for China, and Chinese stocks, is bright. And one of the best ways for investors to tap into that growth is through low-fee exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

Here are two Chinese ETF recommendations. One invests in all of the publicly traded Chinese stocks… Read More

Tap into Chinese growth with these ETFs

Chinese stocks have fallen about 13% since the start of this year, even though China’s economy continues to grow rapidly. Lower U.S. and European markets are part of the reason for the drop, but investors also worry that the Chinese government may raise interest rates… Read More