• China’s Stock Market Has Changed

    by David Ren, Chairman of CAIFU Magazine

    China's stock market is now quite different. The valuations of the blue chips across the board are on the rise, while the valuations of the underperforming small caps are going down. What has changed is not just the outlook of the stock market or the so-called structure of the market, but the concept of investment philosophy. The future market may not fall too much, but many individual stocks will continue to fall. And in the future, the market index may not surge to a record high, but some stocks will be skyrocketing.

  • Bull Market Has Not Walked Away

    by Caifu Global

     

    The spring of 2015 was a season in which the Chinese investors' expectations of a bull market were so high that they simply forgot what fear was.  The summer of 2015, especially after mid-June, was a season that the Chinese investors feared so much that they forgot bull market has ever existed.

  • China’s Stock Market: A New Era

    by Caifu Global

    Anyone who pays attention to it should have noticed that the recent logic of the Chinese stock market has been quite different from what it used to be. A new era has arrived. Although we have predicted some new features in our previous stock analyses, it is yet a different game to actually adapt to the new situation. Since the crash in 2015, the Chinese stock market has seen two years of torment and finally it came to an end, with a new round already on the horizon.

  • Into Canada's Stock Exchange Market

    by Caifu Global

    Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV) are the world’s leading public equities markets for mining companies to go public and raise growth capital. On a combined basis, the Exchanges are home to more public mining companies than any other global exchange group, and more equity capital is been raised on TSX and TSXV in this sector than any other public market. In 2014, for instance, almost $8.9 billion in equity capital was raised on the Exchanges, which represents 62% of all equity capital raised by the world's public mining companies last year. Our leadership in financing natural resource companies also extends to the oil and gas sector. Almost one-third of the world’s public oil and gas companies are listed on TSX and TSXV – again, more than any other global exchange group.