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what is ETF do you buy if you are bullish on China and India's economy

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what is ETF do you buy if you are bullish on China and India's economy

In the past few years, I have been buying XCH and XID, is there any other choices that I can buy?

Prefer ETF that can reflect the booming economy of China/Hong Kong/India. I am interested in Chinese, Indian companies that operate most of their business in Asia, I am NOT interested in any Chinese or Indian company that put most of their business in North America.
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You might want look into VWO quite heavy on Hong Kong/China and relatively low ER 0.12%
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i have been watching zid and xid for india. price pt avg hasnt been impacted much by covid, not sure why??
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If I am extremely bullish on Hong Kong and China, what is the best way to invest in them in Canada?

is there any broker in Canada that provide low commission to invest in Hong Kong stock exchange?
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I didn't end up buying the telecoms/China Telecom last time it went down on the US delisting threat, but I would have used my current brokerage Interactive Brokers.

Can even access Shanghai/Shenzhen Connect to buy companies listed on the Mainland.
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Shanghai-Hong Kong Connect and Shenzhen-Hong Kong Connect Stocks: 0.08% of trade value. Minimum: CNH 15

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What chinese stocks are good?
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Redsanta wrote: What chinese stocks are good?
None if you wanna keep it long term.

US govt (both dems n reps) is gonna delist them 1 by 1 in US stock market due to accounting non compliance and CCP link and when they do it's gonna affect the broader Chinese market and tanking them. US is getting ready to decouple its investors from China so that when, not if, Uncle Sam and its allies retaliate against CCP atrocities (asean south china sea+japan's senkaku claims, indian himalayan intrusion, australian trade ban, Canadian michaels, eu citizen kidnappings, iranian+north korean support, xinjiang genocide, etc) nobody would scream too loud saying their interests are harmed.

Do you see the common denominator of the world's problems here?

Consider yourself warned.
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Get an account on IB or FUTU. FYI though the HKEX is now comprised of a large number of Chinese companies such as tencent, baba and xiaomi so quite a lot of them you can buy on the nasdaq/nyse. The HKEX is quite choppy tbh I would rather just buy individual companies.

Stocks for HK-domiciled companies are pretty much value/dividend stocks like vitasoy, link REIT, and an older generation favourite HSBC.
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US and Western world will be beaten by China in the next few years!

clueless dude wrote: None if you wanna keep it long term.

US govt (both dems n reps) is gonna delist them 1 by 1 in US stock market due to accounting non compliance and CCP link and when they do it's gonna affect the broader Chinese market and tanking them. US is getting ready to decouple its investors from China so that when, not if, Uncle Sam and its allies retaliate against CCP atrocities (asean south china sea+japan's senkaku claims, indian himalayan intrusion, australian trade ban, Canadian michaels, eu citizen kidnappings, iranian+north korean support, xinjiang genocide, etc) nobody would scream too loud saying their interests are harmed.

Do you see the common denominator of the world's problems here?

Consider yourself warned.
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ilovetoyota wrote: US and Western world will be beaten by China in the next few years!

And Japan will unleash Godzillas and Ultramans!
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I personally like Tencent (tcehy). It's OTC Pink market stock so I am not sure if it will be affected the same way as other Chinese stocks e.g. Baba.

Tencent has wechat which is the chatting program every Chinese use, and also people doing business with China will use it too. Tencent also owns a big part of SE.
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clueless dude wrote: None if you wanna keep it long term.

US govt (both dems n reps) is gonna delist them 1 by 1 in US stock market due to accounting non compliance and CCP link and when they do it's gonna affect the broader Chinese market and tanking them. US is getting ready to decouple its investors from China so that when, not if, Uncle Sam and its allies retaliate against CCP atrocities (asean south china sea+japan's senkaku claims, indian himalayan intrusion, australian trade ban, Canadian michaels, eu citizen kidnappings, iranian+north korean support, xinjiang genocide, etc) nobody would scream too loud saying their interests are harmed.

Do you see the common denominator of the world's problems here?

Consider yourself warned.
I don't know if it will play out the way you describe because of the huge uncertainty inherent in politics, but clearly investing in China is a very risky proposition. Would only do it with a small fraction of my portfolio, and only if the potential rewards justify the risk.
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ZCH, XCH, MCHI are three ETF I am holding for Chinese company stock.
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Needs some exposure to those ADRs that got delisted from NYSE to HK exchange.

CPP, OTPP have so much direct investment in China, why it is so hard for ordinary people to invest in the booming economy of China in Canada?
didula wrote: ZCH, XCH, MCHI are three ETF I am holding for Chinese company stock.
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I would recommend BIDU. It stands as the first line defense against western culture and western influence.

Other ones, I used to have are JD, netease, Weibo, ctrip, GSX

The one that I don't recommend is EDU, as well those financial, real estate related stocks listed in Hong Kong exchange. China Tech stocks are always good.
Redsanta wrote: What chinese stocks are good?
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