Sunday, April 3, 2022

Chinese stocks

China is the world's most-populous nation and the second-largest economy, with a booming urban middle class and amazing entrepreneurial activity. 
Hundreds of Chinese companies are listed on U.S. markets.  Chinese stocks are often among the top performers at any given time, across an array of sectors.

Internet stocks (e-commerce, messaging, mobile gaming):
  • Alibaba (BABA)
  • (JD)
  • Pinduoduo (PDD)
  • Tencent (TCEHY)
  • Vipshop (VIPS)
  • Baidu (BIDU)
  • Tencent Music Entertainment (TME)
  • NetEase (NTES)
  • (TCOM)
  • Dada Nexus (DADA)
  • Bilibili (BILI)
  • Joy (YY)
  • KE Holdings (BEKE)
Electric vehicles
  • Nio (NIO)
  • Xpeng Motors (XPEV)
  • Li Auto (LI)
  • BYD Co. (BYDDF)
Financial firms and brokerages
  • Futu Holdings (FUTU)
  • Up Fintech Holding (TIGR)
  • 360 DigiTech (QFIN)
  • Noah Holdings (NOAH)
Solar power
  • Daqo New Energy (DQ)
  • JinkoSolar (JKS)
For-profit education
  • New Oriental Education (EDU)
  • TAL Education (TAL)
  • 17 Education & Technology Group (YQ)
  • Gaotu Techedu (GOTU), formerly known as GSX Techedu.
  • riding-hailing outfit Didi Global (DIDI), beauty products maker Yatsen (YSG) or data-center operator GDS Holdings (GDS)

China Stock Investing Via ETFs
KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (KWEB) tracks major Chinese internet companies. Many Chinese stock holdings in the KWEB ETF are U.S. listed or traded, such as Alibaba stock,, Tencent, Pinduoduo and Bilibili, but KWEB also holds companies listed on Chinese markets. Direxion Daily FTSE China Bull (YINN) is a three-times-leveraged ETF of the 50 largest companies listed in Hong Kong, including Alibaba, and Tencent stock, but its biggest weights are in financials. (The Direxion Daily FTSE China Bear (YANN) is a three-times-leveraged ETF shorting Hong Kong's biggest companies.) 

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