Why Are We Doing This?
Help you make better, more informed investment decisions
Problem #1: Some of the most important news and research for investing in China are not available in English and not easily accessible by foreign investors. There is often a major disconnect between what actually happened in China and what you can read outside China. The English readers / foreign investors need faster and better information access to China. They should also have a better understanding of what domestic Chinese investors are thinking and doing. The goal is to avoid being blindsided.
Problem #2: Financial news in general tend to be backward-looking. Most reporters, commentators and analysts focus on explaining what happened and why it happened, without telling you what to expect next. History is certainly important. But we want to do more than just talking about the past, but also offering a preview of the upcoming events (triggers). A significant part of this newsletter is forward-looking.
Problem #3: Everyone wants stock tips - what to buy, when to buy and when to sell etc… Wouldn’t be great if we just give you a list of the stocks we like, then we can all sit back and relax. Life is never that simple however. For one thing, real investing is about developing conviction. There is an old Chinese saying “Give a man a fish, you feed him for the day. Teach a man how to fish, you feed him for a lifetime (授人以魚不如授人以漁)”. This pretty much summarizes our motto. To maximize your benefits of reading this newsletter, it is more important to share our investment philosophy, strategy and process with you, rather than just giving you the finished products (stock ideas).
About the last quote, there is also a George Carlin version “Teach a man how to fish, he will sit in a boat and drink beer all day”. Nothing wrong with that. But George Carlin probably never invested in the stock market.
Our ultimate goal is to help you stay ahead of the game while investing in China, by providing you with better information and a framework to utilize such information.
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