HKEX

A Look into VTech Holdings Limited (SEHK:303)

Especially if you have young kids, you should be familiar with the Hong Kong-listed company VTech Holdings Limited (SEHK:303), where you probably have the company’s toys (either from its namesake brand or those from ‘LeapFrog’ – which is also under VTech Holdings) lying somewhere around your home. In this post, you will find researches I’ve done on the company – including more information about the its business operations, financial performance, debt profile, as well as dividend payouts over the years, along with whether or not the company (at its current traded price) is considered ‘cheap’ or ‘expensive’…

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The Hang Seng Index have Fallen into Bear Market Territory Today. What’s Next?

Hong Kong’s benchmark index, the Hang Seng Index, officially fell into a bear market today on market close (a market is considered to be a bearish one when it falls by more than 20.0% from its most recent high.) So, what’s next for the index? Will it continue its free-fall when trading resumes next Monday, or will it see some rebound up? In this post, I will be sharing with you both the bullish, as well as the bearish scenarios of how the index may possibly move in the near-term (along with some of the key support/resistance points to take note of), based on my technical analysis…

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4 Chinese Property Developers that are Currently Trading Below their Historical Valuations

One of the things I do on a regular basis as a retail investor is to study the individual companies’ business fundamentals, shortlist those that are fundamentally sound and invest in them when the right opportunity to do so comes. On top of that, if the company is currently trading at a ‘discount’ based on its current valuations (compared against its average) then all the better. Speaking of which, in this post, I will be sharing with you 4 Hong Kong-listed property developers that meet both criteria (fundamentally sound and at the same time, currently trading at a ‘discount’.)

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A Look into Shenzhou International Group Holdings Limited (SEHK:2313)

Hong Kong-listed Shenzhou International Group Holdings Limited (SEHK:2313) is one of the largest vertically integrated clothing manufacturers in the world, where it produces sports wear, casual wear, as well as lingerie wear for for major international renowned brands including Nike, Uniqlo, Adidas, as well as Puma. In this post, I’ll be sharing researches I have done about the company – particularly its financial performance, debt profile, as well as dividend payouts over the last 5 years (FY2016 and FY2020), along with my thoughts about the company…

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My Analysis of L’Occitane International S.A. (HKEX:0973)

Hong Kong-listed L’Occitane International S.A. (HKEX:0973) is in the business of manufacturing, as well as retailing natural cosmetics and well-being products under its namesake brand name, and 5 other brands. In today’s post, you will read more about the company’s businesses, as well as my analysis on its financial performance, debt profile, and dividend payouts over the last 5 financial years (between FY2016/17 and FY2020/21…)

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What I Like (and Do Not Like) about Geely Automobile Holdings Limited (SEHK:0175)

Heard of the car brand ‘Geely’? The Chinese-made car used to be available in Singapore. That said, apart from its namesake car brand, do you know that Geely Automobile Holdings Limited (SEHK:0175) also has other car brands? In this post about the Hong Kong-listed company, you will learn about the other car brands by the car maker company, along with my personal analysis about its historical financial statistics, debt profile, and dividend payout to its shareholders to share, all of which I hope will give you a much better understanding about the company after reading…

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Techtronic Industries Company Limited (SEHK:0669) – Everything You Need to Know about the Hong Kong-Listed Company

Founded in 1985, and listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong since 1990, Techtronic Industries Company Limited (SEHK:0669) is a fast growing world leader in power and hand tools, outdoor power equipment, as well as in floor care and appliances. In this post, you will learn more about the company’s businesses and brands under it, along with its historical financial statistics, debt profile, and dividend payout, together with my personal thoughts to share…

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Yum China Holdings Inc. – An In-Depth Analysis of the NYSE- and HKEX-Listed Company

In operations since 1987, today, Yum China Holdings Inc. (NYSE:YUMC and HKEX:9987) is China’s largest restaurant company. That said, does the company make a good investment? Let us find out the answer to this question by taking a look at its financial performance, debt profile, and dividend payouts over the years…

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Ausnutria Dairy Corporation (SEHK:1717) – Everything You Need to Know about the Company

Recently, I have been looking at the Hong Kong stock exchange to shortlist companies that have recorded strong performances over the years – one of them that caught my eye was the company by the name of Ausnutria Dairy Corporation Limited (SEHK:1717), a company offering high-end dairy and nutrition products to various geographical locations. In this post, you will learn more about the company’s operations, its historical performances, dividend payout, and whether or not the company is concerned cheap or expensive based on its current share price…

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Yihai International Holding Limited (SEHK:1579): The Producer of Haidilao Series Condiments, Seasoning Flavour, and Hotpot Sauces – What You Need to Know

The name “Haidilao” (海底捞) should be familiar to you – its chain of hotpot restaurants are very popular among Singaporeans. The same also goes to its namesake brand of pre-packaged hotpot condiment bases and sauces sold in supermarkets and online shopping sites. But you probably do not know that the latter (its hotpot condiment bases and sauces) are produced by this HK-listed company called Yihai International Holdings Limited (SEHK:1576). In this post, you’ll find everything you need to know about the company – including its businesses, post-IPO historical performances, debt profile, dividend payouts to shareholders, and also whether or not at its current price, is the company considered cheap or expensive (when comparing its current valuations against its historical valuations…)

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