Hong Kong stocks are too outrageous!

If, there is such a financial product –

Absolutely safe, stable and reliable, with an annual dividend rate close to 9%, and then there is the possibility to earn 50% or even higher returns.

If such a financial product is put on our financial market in China, think about it, will not be grabbed crazy?

Now in the Hong Kong stock market, there is really such a “financial product”, its name is: Hang Sang Mainland China Enterprises High Dividend Yield

Hang Sang Mainland China Enterprises High Dividend Yield Index.

According to the Hang Sang Index website, the index contains the following 50 mainland stocks.

In the past two days, as the Hong Kong stock market fell to a low point, this “Hang Sang Mainland China Enterprises High Dividend Yield Index” fell from nearly 3,700 points at the beginning of 2021 to the current 1,840 points.

This gives the index a current dividend yield of 8.8%.

Look at the composition of the index’s stocks, a significant portion of them are Chinese state-owned enterprises, so you do not have to worry about these enterprises bankruptcy and collapse or anything.

If you buy it now, it’s a safe and reliable “financial product” with a guaranteed yield of 8.8% and a lot of space above it – because the Hong Kong dollar is pegged to the US dollar, you can even think that this is an additional financial product that can hedge the devaluation of the RMB. It is a safe and reliable “financial product” – because the Hong Kong dollar is pegged to the US dollar, it can even be considered an additional financial product that can hedge the risk of RMB devaluation.

8.8% dividend, that’s already exaggerated, right?

No, there’s more!

In Hong Kong, there is also an index called the Hang Sang High Dividend Yield Index, which contains the following 50 stocks.

The Hang Sang High Dividend Yield Index, created in 2015, peaked in early 2018 at 1,434 points, but after the recent continuous plunge, the index also hit a low of 776 points since its launch.

At this point, the index’s dividend payout ratio for the past year is surprisingly above 10%.

In Hong Kong stocks, it’s certainly not just these two indices that have fallen to all-time lows.

For example, the Hang Sang Technology Index, the “star index” for 2020 and 2021, which includes 30 major technology stocks, listed in Hong Kong, closed at 3,450 on Sept. 30, the lowest since the index’s listing. The index closed at 3,450 on Sept. 30, the lowest since its launch.

Let’s say the Hong Kong Hang Sang SOE Index, which was created in 2001, contains the 50 largest, largest and most liquid mainland stocks listed in Hong Kong in terms of market capitalization.

After the Sept. 30 selloff, the SOE index came in at 5,914 points, a new low since 2006 and lower than at the onset of the financial crisis in 2008, with the SOE index’s rolling price-to-earnings ratio down to 7 times and a dividend yield of 4.7 percent, the highest since 2017.

As for Hong Kong’s oldest index, the Hang Sang, it was not far behind, with its index falling to its lowest since 2009 and its P/E ratio falling to less than 10 times, close to the time of the outbreak of the epidemic crisis in 2020.

We have to wonder.

Is Hong Kong experiencing a more severe epidemic crisis than the one in 2020?

Has Hong Kong experienced a more severe financial crisis than 2008?

Neither!

It’s just the Federal Reserve raising interest rates!

Only, in the case of increased competition and conflict between the United States and China, sandwiched between the United States and China’s Hong Kong stocks, like a mouse into the bellows, both ends suffer, the original valuation is the world’s lowest Hong Kong stocks, in the United States and China A shares “care”, down, down, down, or down, once more than a lower.

Especially since the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian war, the Hong Kong stock market decline, simply a little bottom line, an index, dividend yield are 10%, there are still people selling, people who know, that the Russian-Ukrainian war was fought in Ukraine, people who do not know, but also thought in Hong Kong to fight it!

Otherwise, the stock market in Hong Kong why are fractured?

Now, all the companies listed in Hong Kong and the mainland at the same time, almost half, the price of Hong Kong shares after the exchange rate conversion, less than half of the A shares, like Xinhua Pharmaceutical, CITIC Construction Investment, Chi Nalco International, China Life and other big-name stocks, Hong Kong shares are only 20-30% of the A shares ……

If you ask me, this valuation and decline in the Hong Kong stock market right now, it’s really called a –

Outrageous he fucking cries outrageous, outrageous dead!

Oh, by the way, if you want to know how to buy in the mainland high dividend yield index specific fund code mentioned at the beginning of the article, then pay attention to the public number, in the background reply “Hang Sang Mainland high dividend” or “Hang Sang high dividend”.

 

 

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