Introduction – China Stocks
Although the recent crash or meltdown of prominent China stocks was for the most part political in nature, valuation also played a role. But perhaps most important of all, not all China domiciled stocks can be or should be painted in the same broad-brush. Even within China-based companies, it is a market of stocks not a stock market. With this video I will be covering some of the more prominent China stocks listed on US exchanges providing insights into their current and future valuation. In short, some of the Chinese stocks listed on the US stock exchanges have become attractively valued. However, not all of them despite the recent selloff. In the video I will present the ones that I think have become attractive as well as the ones that I consider continuing to be overvalued. Investing in stocks domiciled in China is not for everyone. On the other hand, there is a risk reward ratio with some of them that could be compelling. The choice is yours.
Here are two links I refer to in the video:
In this FAST Graphs Analyze Out Loud Video I will review these 8 China Stocks: Tal Education Group (TAL), New Oriental Education (EDU), IQIYI Inc (IQ), Pinduoduo Inc (POD), Baidu (BIDU), JD Com (JD), Alibaba Group (BABA), Tencent Holdings (TCEHY)
FAST Graphs Analyze Out Loud Video:
Disclosure: Long BABA at the time of writing.
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