In 2001, Goldman Sachs (ticker: GS) , in order to promote investment in emerging markets with high economic growth, Jim O’Neill has selected four large emerging countries, Brazil, Russia, India, and China
The technology gap between China and US, On 5/6/2022, there was a news report that Beijing ordered central government agencies, state-owned enterprises and government-related enterprises or institutions to replace the currently used foreign brand computers with domestic equipment.
Chinese stocks is not a wise choice, I have previously written two articles on the theme of China concept stocks: “The biggest risk to hold Chinese stocks, taking Alibaba and Tencent as examples”, and “Why do many Chinese companies want to be US listed?”.
The businesses of Amazon and Alibaba are almost the same in all aspects, so the two are highly comparable. Just as Amazon’s stock price is not very good this year, and Alibaba has collapsed by more than 40% now, let us compare the two e-commerce giants in China and the United States.
The biggest risk to hold Chinese stocks, taking Alibaba and Tencent as examples
Rule 40. Investors are most concerned about the growth of the company and how much money it can make. In particular, the profitability conditions for companies listed on the US stock market are relatively loose, unlike Taiwan or China, which highlights corporate profitability as a necessary condition for listing.
Artificial intelligence investment trap, After preparing for the listing for 8 months, one of the four major artificial intelligence (AI) unicorns in mainland China (the four AI dragons in mainland China includes Megvii Technology, CloudWalk, SenseTime, and Yitu) Yitu Technology voluntarily applied to withdraw from the SSE STAR market
Antitrust and governance faced by Chinese and American technology giants, My blog article “How should investors view companies being included in the antitrust investigation list” published a few days ago caused a lot of feedback from readers.
Why do many Chinese companies want to be US listed? According to statistics at the end of October 2020, there are 26 Chinese companies going to the U.S. for IPOs in 2020. Everyone must be very suspicious that China has its own three stock exchanges in Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong.