How To Invest In China

Since opening its doors to the west in the late 1970s, China has established itself as a global economic superpower, surpassing Japan in August 2010 as the world's second largest economy. Over the past decade, as the former market leaders - America, Europe and Japan - began to stagnate with years of disappointing growth, investors have looked overseas to China for the next hot investment opportunities. However, investors should think twice before investing blindly in any Chinese stock that promises the moon and stars. Just like the American market, there are good stocks with solid fundamentals and over-heated ones based on the shaky scaffolding of
By Leo Sun
Leo Sun
Leo Sun is a freelance finance writer and position trader. He focuses on a combination of value and momentum investing, with a strong interest in the trading philosophies of Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch. Leo also has experience writing articles to help small business owners acquire loans and manage their finances. He regularly contributes to the Stock of the Day analysis.

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