Hot China Stocks To Buy Right Now

China Everbright Limited (HKSE:00165) is an asset management company with approximately US$6.5 billion in AuM, operating in Hong Kong and mainland China. The company has grown AuM at a 30% CAGR over the last five years and we believe it can maintain this impressive rate of growth as it is a big beneficiary of China’s increasing demand for asset diversification. Growth in AuM for the asset management industry is expected to triple by 2020 as China pushes to internationalize the RMB and eases investment constraints for institutional/state-owned investors. In addition we believe the low interest rates that have resulted from economic stimulus, a stagnating real estate market, and a recent crackdown on so-called wealth management products will compel more Chinese households to shift assets from traditional, low-yield products such as savings accounts into professionally managed investment vehicles. Taken together, we think these trends represent a significant opportunity for asset managers such as China Everbright.

Hot China Stocks To Buy Right Now: Netease.com Inc.(NTES)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Joe Tenebruso]

    Shares ofNetEase (NASDAQ:NTES)popped 20.1% last month, according to data provided byS&P Global Market Intelligence, as the Chinese internet technology company’s strong fourth-quarter earnings report was applauded by investors.

  • [By Sreekanth Anasa]

    Shares of Hangzhou, China-based NetEase Inc (NASDAQ:NTES)popped 14% in the Feb 16th trading session after the company reported stellar Q4 and full-year 2016 earnings on Feb 15th after market close. The Chinese online gaming giant delivered an EPS of $4.30 on revenues of $1.74B beating EPS estimates by $0.86 and revenue estimates by $16oM. NetEase’s revenue grew by an impressive 53.1% YoY for Q4 and 67.7% for the full year 2016. On the back of these strong numbers, NTES stock closed at an all-time high of $298.73 in yesterday’s trading session. NTES stock might have gone up very high too soon. There could be a correction around the corner but still NTES stock is a great long-term proposition with much more upside left. Here’s why.

Hot China Stocks To Buy Right Now: Clean Diesel Technologies Inc.(CDTI)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Monica Gerson]

    Clean Diesel Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: CDTI) is projected to post a quarterly loss at $0.18 per share on revenue of $10.25 million.

    Sphere 3D Corp. (NASDAQ: ANY) is estimated to post a quarterly loss at $0.11 per share on revenue of $22.10 million.

Hot China Stocks To Buy Right Now: Baidu Inc.(BIDU)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Abdul Jawula]

    However, like most things with Blackberry, they are late to the party. Tesla (NSDQ:TSLA),Alphabet (NSDQ:GOOGL) , Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) and Baidu (NSDQ:BIDU) are deep into the development process of their self-driving car tech. Therefore, by the time Blackberry brings something compelling to the market, one or more of the aforementioned companies is likely to have already signed many of the lucrative deals.

  • [By Wayne Duggan]

    Baidu Inc (ADR) (NASDAQ: BIDU) is well known as the dominant search engine in China. Its mobile app has a 90 percent market share and is obviously most similar to Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOGL)’s Google app.

  • [By Paul Ausick]

    The company is controlled by China’s largest internet search firm, Baidu Inc. (NASDAQ: BIDU), which holds about 93% of the company’s voting power. Based on the IPO price, iQIYI has a market cap of around $13.67 billion, and Baidu will retain ownership of more than 80% of the class A common stock.

  • [By Leo Sun]

    Tech giant Baidu (NASDAQ:BIDU) owns China’s largest search engine and mapping platform, the popular video site iQiyi, and links it all together with a vast ecosystem of internet and cloud-based services.

Hot China Stocks To Buy Right Now: Euro/Yen(EJ)

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Belinda Cao]

    E-House China Holdings Ltd. (EJ), a real estate brokerage, gained 9.2 percent to $9.70, extending it advance to a third week. Its American depositary receipts retreated 3.1 percent Sept. 20 from the highest level since May 2011.

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