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Investing in the Lion-OCBC Securities Hang Seng Tech ETF (guest post)

Investing in the Lion-OCBC Securities Hang Seng Tech ETF (guest post)

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly disrupted both working practices and life in general and many of us have been adjusting to this new working world and lifestyle. We have gotten used to working from home for extended periods of time and are now relying on digital ways to complete our daily errands and tasks.

Traditional businesses were impacted as well and many companies took this opportunity to pivot their operations and automate processes as strategies were redefined to meet the increasing need for a digital transformation.

Many of the technology companies that we were familiar with come from the United States, particularly Silicon Valley in the past twenty years. However, in recent years, the Chinese have also increased their technological research and absorption and have strengthened their digital presence globally.

This post was originally posted here. The writer, Brian Halim is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with a username known as @3Fs and has 2261 followers.

 

How Hang Seng TECH Index Companies Performed During COVID-19

Alibaba, Tencent, Xiaomi, Lenovo, and JD.com… are some of the Chinese technology companies that have become very popular and are tracked by the Hang Seng TECH Index.

The Hang Seng Tech Index which represents the 30 largest technology companies by market capitalization listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange was launched on the 27th July 2020.

Since its inception till 25 November 2020, the Hang Seng TECH Index has gained nearly 20%, outperforming Hang Seng Index, NASDAQ, and Straits Times Index during the same period.

How Investors Can Invest In Tech Companies Listed on the HKEX

For those who are attracted by the growth in the technology sector, how can they get a piece of the pie?

An investor could attempt to build their own portfolio of technology companies by purchasing multiple stocks, for instance, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (HKG: 9988), JD.com… Inc (HKG: 9618), and Meituan Dianping (HKG: 3690).

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Upcoming Webinar: HOT TECH TRENDS: RIDING ON THE NEXT BIG WAVE OF CHINESE TECH COMPANIES

Upcoming Webinar: HOT TECH TRENDS: RIDING ON THE NEXT BIG WAVE OF CHINESE TECH COMPANIES

Big tech names with the likes of Tencent, Alibaba, Meituan, Xiaomi, Sunny Optical, JD, PA-GoodDoctor and more! How can investors ride on the hot tech trends of our era?

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This exclusive webinar will touch on the following:
✔ What’s the next wave in the Chinese Tech ecosystem?
✔ Will China’s regulation dampen or strengthen the growth of Chinese Big Tech firms?
✔ Which firms will seek to benefit more than others?
✔ How can investors ride on the trends?

Join us as we have 2 special guests, Adrian and Benjamin in this exclusive webinar on Chinese Tech companies!

Benjamin Chan is a technical and quantitative analyst with CGS-CIMB Research. Benjamin writes for the “HK Trendspotter”, CGS-CIMB’s regional technical analysis publication, and assists in the development & management of in-house quantitative trading/ investment models and strategies. Building on over 5 years of FX and financial markets experience, he also work alongside our Chief Investment Officer Lim Say Boon, researching the main FX pairs, contributing to our FX Weekly – a macro-economic background piece with outlook on the currency pairs, supported by technical analysis.

Adrian Chew is the Vice President, Sales and Product Strategy (S.E.A) at CSOP. At CSOP Asset Management, Adrian oversees ETF investment solutions for Brokers, Wealth Managers, and Family Offices in Singapore. Adrian is also part of a team responsible for developing sales strategy and strategic partnerships with institutions in South East Asia. Prior to joining CSOP Asset Management, he worked for RHB Asset Management where he was a Business Development Manager for mass and affluent Investors, Wealth Managers, and Intermediaries. Before that, Adrian was working for Phillip Securities and CGS-CIMB Securities in various roles, including equity advisory sales and trading, Business and Product Development.

Date: December 17th, Thursday
Time: 8PM – 9PM

Register now, come later! https://bit.ly/5GChinaTech

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Adyen NV (AMS: Adyen) – Payment Gateway Riding On The Rise of E-Commerce(Guest Post)

Adyen NV (AMS: Adyen) – Payment Gateway Riding On The Rise of E-Commerce(Guest Post)

This is an attempt to read up more on global companies, in particular looking at some of the disruptors in tech space. In this article, I will be talking about a payment gateway solution company called Adyen NV, which has been around since 2010 but only really boom at the back of e-commerce trend two years ago. The company is listed in the Amsterdam Stock Exchange since 2018.

This post was originally posted here. The writer, Brian Halim is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with username known as 3Fs and has 2137  followers.

Adyen NV is a company I’ve been dealing a lot at my current workplace (almost on a daily basis) since I joined my e-commerce company. Before that, I’ve had to deal with another company called Stripe which does pretty much the same thing but is based and headquartered in the US.

To have a better understanding on how I can enrich some value for the company through the negotiation process, I figured that I would spend my weekends reading up on the company to have a deeper understanding of their value proposition.

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