- Bear activity in China has been the norm in the past decade
- Due to the huge sell off on Chinese equities caused by regulatory concerns, there are opportunities for investment
- Many portfolios are underweight in China and emerging markets
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A lot has happened in the past few months of 2021 in the Chinese economy.
The Chinese government has once again tightened regulations on private enterprises and clamping down on market dominance, with anti-monopoly regulators handing out huge fines to tech giants Alibaba and Tencent. Several sectors have been targeted, in particular for-profit education, which had half of its $100 billion valuation wiped out in a day.
Around the world, investors ask themselves if now is the time to double down on China – or investing in Chinese stocks is too risky at this point.
Whether or not you should invest in Chinese stocks is dependent on your personal investing strategy, including your risk appetite.
However, if you are looking for some good arguments on why an investment in Chinese stocks might make sense – we are here to support you.
We compiled articles and interviews of 5 high-profile investors like Ray Dalio or Charlie Munger who are bullish on China – arguing why they think you should invest in Chinese stocks in 2021.
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