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3 Things I Like About ANTA Sports

Sports shoes and apparel giant ANTA Sports Products Ltd (SEHK: 2020) has many attractive qualities. Here are three things that I like about the... More »

How Does Sands China Make Money?

A closer look into the casino giant Sands China Ltd (SEHK: 1928) and how it makes money so investors can be better-informed about its... More »

3 Things I Like About Chow Tai Fook Jewellery

Here are three things I like about the leading jewellery chain in Hong Kong and China – Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Ltd (SEHK:... More »

2 Hong Kong-Listed Stocks That Pay a Solid Quarterly Dividend

Dividend investors who are searching for more frequent dividend payouts should look at these two companies listed in Hong Kong that pay a quarterly... More »

This Global Infrastructure Stock Has Raised Dividends for 22 Consecutive Years

This large global infrastructure company listed in Hong Kong has had a stunning track record of increasing its dividends for 22 consecutive years. More »

Sands China: Can the Macau Gaming Giant Raise Its Dividend?

Sands China Ltd (SEHK: 1928) has a strong track record of running its casinos and hotels. But does the group have room to raise... More »

3 Things I Like About Li Ning Shares

Li Ning Company Ltd (SEHK: 2331) manufactures and sells sporting apparel and footwear in China. Here are three things I like about the company. More »

4 Blue-Chip Stocks That Have Raised Their Dividends

Investors who are looking for rising dividends should turn their attention to these four blue-chip companies in Hong Kong that have recently raised their... More »

CLP Limited: Can it Keep Paying a Sustainable Dividend?

CLP Limited (SEHK: 2) is a leading Hong Kong utility company with a history of paying increasing dividends. Investors may wonder if these dividends... More »

4 Sports Footwear Stocks in China Investors Should Know About

Investors who want exposure to the long-term growth of China's sportwear market should check out these four stocks. More »