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100% Gains Coming in China

By Dr. Steve Sjuggerud
Monday, November 24, 2014

"Chinese stocks have the potential to deliver triple-digit gains within 24 months," I said on CNBC earlier this month.
 
So far, so good...
 
Since I appeared on CNBC, local Chinese stocks are up 8%.
 
There's plenty more to come, as the Chinese stock market is getting a massive tailwind from the Chinese government...
 
On Friday, China announced that it lowered interest rates for the first time since 2012. This is great news... lower interest rates add more fuel to the fire in China's stock market.
 
This is exactly what's happened in the U.S. over the past few years (what I've called the "Bernanke Asset Bubble"). Now China is following suit, cutting interest rates and boosting asset prices in the process.
 
Also, last week China launched the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect. In short, this gives more foreigners than ever the ability to buy local Chinese stocks.
 
In addition, the Chinese government has been on a public-relations campaign to pump up the stock market.
 
Three weeks ago in DailyWealth, I called China "The Best Market for 100% Gains Now."
 
I showed how China is cheap, hated, and now in an uptrend. I explained how Chinese shares have soared by more than 100%  twice in the last decade...  including a 500% gain from 2005 to 2007.
 
I hope you've taken advantage of my advice to buy China...
 
Chinese stocks bottomed this year at around 2,000 on the Shanghai Index. Now the index sits closer to 2,500. That's a 25% gain so far.
 
In my opinion, the fun is not nearly over, yet. Chinese stocks are still cheap. Most global investors have ignored China (up until the last week or so), and the uptrend is in place.
 
Most importantly, the Chinese government just cut interest rates... Taking a page from Bernanke's playbook and boosting Chinese stock prices.
 
Yes, you missed out on the first 25% here... But this is just the first part of a massive, triple-digit percentage move in China.
 
My True Wealth subscribers are up in my recommended China-stock fund, ASHR.
 
If you haven't bought it yet, I urge you to consider it...
 
Good investing,
 
Steve

P.S. As an exchange-traded fund (ETF), ASHR shouldn't normally trade at a premium. But because it owns hard-to-buy Chinese companies, it can when a lot of investors pile in at once. Check out the fund's net asset value (NAV) right here before you buy. And make sure you DON'T pay a premium of more than 2%.



Further Reading:

China isn't the only stock market primed for big gains. Steve recently told readers why it's still a great time to invest in U.S. stocks. "The way I see it, this moment – right now – is the absolute perfect moment to be in as an investor," he writes. Get the full story right here.
 
Dr. David Eifrig says one area of the U.S. market is a sure bet to keep growing. "It's a sector that has made my readers a lot of money... and will continue to make them money for decades to come..." Find out what it is right here.

Market Notes


NEW HIGHS OF NOTE LAST WEEK
 
Allstate (ALL)... insurance
W.R. Berkley (WRB)... insurance
Berkshire Hathaway (BRK)... Warren Buffett's holding company
FedEx (FDX)... shipping
JetBlue Airways (JBLU)... airline
3M (MMM)... manufacturing
Lowe's (LOW)... home improvement
Sherwin-Williams (SHW)... paint
Cisco (CSCO)... Big Cheap Tech
Intel (INTC)... Big Cheap Tech
Apple (AAPL)... consumer-products giant
Yahoo! (YHOO)... search engine
Sony (SNE)... electronics
Visa (V)... credit cards
Nike (NKE)... athletic apparel
Target (TGT)... retail
Wal-Mart (WMT)... retail
Macy's (M)... retail
Office Depot (ODP)... office supplies
Becton Dickinson (BDX)... medical supplies
Medtronic (MDT)... medical devices
Express Scripts (ESRX)... prescription benefit manager
Amgen (AMGN)... biotech
Constellation Brands (STZ)... booze
Sysco (SYY)... food services
Dollar General (DG)... dollar stores
Dollar Tree (DLTR)... dollar stores

NEW LOWS OF NOTE LAST WEEK
 
Not many... it's a bull market!

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