Reasons behind big drop in China market

Reading Time: < 1 minute Fundamentals The common census is China economy growth will slow down significantly, due to the slow down from export (trouble in US economy); rising inflation (food, oil etc.) The rights of minority shareholders are also not protected as well as mature market, because in some cases the management cooked up the accounting books, and get… Continue reading Reasons behind big drop in China market

Shanghai melt down again

Reading Time: < 1 minute It was not too long ago (April 18 to be exact) Shanghai Composite Index hit a low of this year. Shortly after that Chinese goverment issued new policies trying to stablize the market. Well, it looks like we need the goverment do something about the market again: on June 10 the Shanghai composite dropped 257… Continue reading Shanghai melt down again

Danbin on TV

Reading Time: < 1 minute Dan Bin (但斌, blog) is the founder, CEO of Shenzhen based Eastern Bay Asset Management Co. He admires Buffett and is value minded, although I don’t agree with everything he says “such as buy China Ping’an blindly” (remembers me of Cramer). He was on Shanghai First CaiJing TV interview recently. The interview is in Chinese… Continue reading Danbin on TV

Pork producers in China

Reading Time: 2 minutes I did a little reading on China pork industry lately. I found 3 pork producers listed in Shenzhen, Hongkong and the US. There are Henan Shuanghui (000895 Chinese, English), Nanjing Yurun (1068.HK), and Henan Zhongpin (Nasdaq: HOGS). I believe they are three major pork producers, and the sales of pork are also in this order… Continue reading Pork producers in China

ICBC: benifit from Chinese economy?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Last week, an American friends asked me about the booming Chinese eocnomy and how to benifit from it. There are many Chinese ADRs in listed in the US market these days, but I don’t think they are suitable for most individual investors (they are for the bolder speculators only 🙂 Why ICBC ICBC, Industrial and… Continue reading ICBC: benifit from Chinese economy?

Two policies to stablize China market

Reading Time: 2 minutes (Update Apr 24) The trading tax bullet worked, at least for a day. The Shanghai composite index went up 305 points, or 9.29%. Similar performance from Shenzhen. All but two stocks in the two markets went up, many went up 10% (the limit). See the below picture for more details. (The thumbnail above is clickable,… Continue reading Two policies to stablize China market

Shanghai Composite 52 week low

Reading Time: 2 minutes Shanghai composite index closed new 52 week low today, at 3094.67 (down 12% compared to a year ago). (full size pic here, powered by Google Finance) But I don’t think too much of it, other than the valuation of China A share market is more attractive now. The composite index itself is screwed up because… Continue reading Shanghai Composite 52 week low

ICBC released year 2007 results

Reading Time: < 1 minute ICBC, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, the largest bank in China (and arguably in the world), announced its year 2007 results recently. Here is the webcast (good stuff). And quote the Reuters news: ICBC earned 81.52 billion yuan ($11.56 billion) in net profit in 2007, compared with 49.3 billion yuan in 2006, a 64.9%… Continue reading ICBC released year 2007 results

Show me the money: Chinese A share

Reading Time: 2 minutes There are lots of talk about Chinese A shares market these days, both because of the big drop lately, and because of the in-action of the goverment. You can read the two Chinese articles (one supports inaction, another cries for goverment action), if you know Chinese. I don’t want to get into the debate of… Continue reading Show me the money: Chinese A share