China’s stock market has grown to become the world’s second largest (by market cap, according to the World Bank) within just 30 years after the first modern listings of Chinese stocks, and China is now the dominant country exposure in the MSCI and FTSE benchmarks tracked by emerging market funds in retirement accounts. As an increasingly diverse and mature market, both conservative and enterprising investors increasingly use index and ETF option strategies to more precisely define upside vs downside exposure, and can now trade these options in New York, Hong Kong, and Singapore through accounts at Interactive Brokers. In this webinar, retirement account manager and China options veteran Tariq Dennison dives into detail on the composition of three liquid Chinese stock market benchmarks (the Hang Seng Index, FTSE H50 and A50), explains how index and ETF options on these work, and presents 6 actionable option strategies you can use to fine tune your portfolio’s exposure to China, percentage point by percentage point and month by month.
Refining Your China Strategy With Options
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