Chinese stocks have had a cracking year so far, and the chances are, there’s plenty more on the way. John Stepek tips one cheap investment trust to play China’s stockmarket boom.
Stocks: the MoneyWeek view
March 2015: Buy cheap stocks Buy reasonably valued markets supported by money printing: the eurozone and Japan are better bets than the US. As far as emerging markets are concerned, we like India, Indonesia and the Philippines. Brazil is in such a mess that it's become very cheap, and worth a look for long-term investors.
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