China A-Shares

Gain Access To The Fast-Growing China Market

Prior to 2014, the listed companies on the Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges are out of reach for retail investors. This was part of China’s capital restriction policy. However, in November 2014, all these changed. The Securities and Future Commission (SFC) of Hong Kong and the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) approved the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect program. The Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect program followed in 2016 as well.

What this mean is that foreign investors are now able to access and invest directly in some of the best companies in China. That is one of the biggest news in the Asian stock markets in recent years. With the two Stock Connect programs, investors can gain exposure directly in good Chinese domestic companies listed in China.

Information Mismatch

However, till now, most of the information regarding listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges are presented in the Chinese language. Therefore, even though investors are able to access the market, they are not able to get sufficient reliable information about these Chinese companies to make informed decisions.

We saw the need for such information. That is why we have started our coverage of China A-Shares right here for you. Over the next few months, we will add on more companies listed on the Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchange. We will present the facts and highlight to you the strength, weaknesses, threats, and risks of these companies. So that you can make more informed decisions on investing directly into China.

Do check out this space regularly for more updates. (“Ctrl + D” to bookmark this page)


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