They are not as rare as their name suggests, but a rare opportunity may be setting up in so-called rare-earth minerals as China considers weaponizing the metals (for which it is responsible for 90% of global production) as part of the ongoing trade war and cutting off export of them to the U.S. Specifically, this opportunity involves investing in non-Chinese rare earth producers, which could benefit from such action by China. For more – including details on the rare earth producers operating in the U.S., Australia and Canada – CLICK HERE.
A number of factors (including concerns of a trade war with the U.S.) have come together to create a tough environment for Chinese stocks so far this year. Despite this, the author of today’s article makes a multi-pronged case as to why “the underlying momentum of China investing is pretty solid” – and highlights a number of China ETFs that are demonstrating strong performance and which may be worthy of consideration by American investors. For more, CLICK HERE.