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Hong Kong Stocks

Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX): The establishment of the Hong Kong Brokerage Association in 1891 marked the emergence of a formal securities trading market in Hong Kong. As of the end of October 2017, there were 1943 listed companies with a total market capitalization of 25.4 trillion Hong Kong dollars. The average daily turnover in October was 60.9 billion. In the Hong Kong dollar, the top three industries with the highest market value are the financial industry, real estate construction industry and consumer goods manufacturing industry. Among them, the number of mainland enterprises accounts for more than 60%, and the turnover accounts for more than 70%. Hong Kong is currently the world's largest financing market and derivatives trading market. In 2016, the financing scale reached HK$194.7 billion, while derivatives trading ranked first.

  Hong Kong stock trading

(1) Blue chip stocks: The general characteristics of such stocks are industry representation, high liquidity, good financial position, stable earnings and fixed dividend payout. Currently, the fixed number of blue chip stocks is 33.
 
(2) Red chip stocks: Refers to companies directly controlled by Chinese-funded enterprises, or 35% of which are controlled by Chinese-funded enterprises. Its main features are the concept of capital injection and restructuring, as the parent companies of these companies have strong assets in the Mainland.
 
(3) State-owned enterprise shares: State-owned enterprise shares (H-shares) refer to state-owned enterprises that have been approved to come to Hong Kong for listing after being approved by the China Securities Regulatory Commission.

  Hong Kong stock trading hours

4 time periods before the market opens: Auction time: 09:00-09:15

For the pre-disc period: 09:15-09:20

The time period: 09:20-09:28  

Pause time: 09:28-09:30

Morning market: 09:30-12:00

Afternoon market: 13:00-16:00

Closing bidding period: random closing between 16:00-16:08 and 16:00-16:10

Remark:

Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Hong Kong public holidays;

No afternoon transactions on Christmas Eve, New Year's Eve or Lunar New Year's Eve

  Advantages of investing in Hong Kong stocks

(1)In a more mature market, after more than one hundred years of development, high dividends have established a highly rigorous and standardized regulatory legal system, making it one of the most efficient, fair and mature securities markets in the world. Dividend

(2)Rich investment products.

The Hong Kong stock market has more than 1,900 stocks, more than 5,000 warrants, and a large number of public funds and bonds. The types of investments are very rich, and investors have plenty of choice.

(3)The number of new share subscription opportunities is much higher than the domestic 1%%-5%% success rate. The winning rate of Hong Kong stocks is much higher, with an average of 10%. It can also obtain a 1:9 fundraising offer from securities companies.

(4)A-H shares see huge price differences, Hong Kong stock prices are usually lower than A-shares. Given the principle of equal shares, the average discount is nearly 50%, and there is arbitrage space.

(5) T+0 day trading

Investors buy stocks on the same day, and if they find that they are doing the wrong direction, they can immediately close the position and reduce the loss.

(6) There is no ups and downs limit, there is an opportunity to gain huge profits. There are many penny stocks in the Hong Kong stock market. These stocks are usually not noticed, but they often create miracles.

(7)There are many well-known leading company stocks in Hong Kong's securities market that cannot be purchased in China, such as Changjiang Industrial, Hutchison Whampoa (both are Li Ka-shing), Tencent Holdings, HSBC Holdings, Sands China, Galaxy Entertainment, China Mobile, China Telecom, China Merchants International, etc. . These famous companies have a stable business style and continuous growth in performance. The stock price has a good performance every year.

(8)Since Hong Kong adopts a linked exchange rate system with the US dollar, it can effectively avoid the risk of RMB depreciation.