Ishares China Large-Cap ETF (FXI)
$41.46 1.30 (3.24%)
17:54 EDT FXI Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $41.46
Market Cap 3.82B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 28.37M
Day's Range 41.28 - 41.65
52-Week Range 33.10 - 45.29
Dividend & Yield 1.50 (3.61%)
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Chinese stocks are back under headline fire from Congress this time, but BABA, FXI and BIDU stocks have potential trades brewing.
China suffered first from the coronavirus and it's coming out of it already. As such, Chinese stocks will likely rally first as the rest find footing.
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Chinese stocks, as represented by the FXI ETF, are looking very attractive now. Use the recent trade war fears as a buying opportunity.
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BABA stock is still a long-term winner, and Alibaba management has proven that it can deliver on its promises.
Today, I am recommending a bearish trade on the iShares China Large-Cap ETF (NYSE:FXI), a fund that tracks the results of an index made up of large-cap Chinese equities traded on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Technically, BIDU stock should be coming into a longer-term pivot zone. It is approaching the bargain basement so buyers will step in soon.
China stocks are not as strong as U.S. stocks this year, but buying strong names on the dips is always a wise investing strategy.
Given the relatively cheap valuations and oversold technicals, look for Chinese stocks to pop in the coming months.
Alibaba Holding Group stock has falling more than 14% in just a few weeks. What gives and more importantly, is BABA stock a buy right here?
A longer-dated bull call spread strategy in the FXI ETF is a smart way to win a trade war against bears with reduced and limited risk.
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