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On 24 November 2018, Chairman of the HKFAEx Group, Mr. Lewis Wan took an interview on Economic Digest, sharing investment advice and opinions on the stock sector.
On 14 March 2018, Chairman of the HKFAEx Group, Mr. Lewis Wan was interviewed by ATV Hong Kong, sharing his view on the impact of MSCI's inclusion of A shares and the reform of China's party and state institutions on the Chinese stock market.
This article is excerpted from the Hong Kong "Oriental Daily" published on 8 February 2018, with the original title "Creating Wealth: Fund Manager’s alternative physical asset wins high returns". This article focuses on sharing Mr. Lewis Wan’s investment experience on alternative physical assets.
On 19 December 2017, Mr. Lewis Wan, Chairman of the HKFAEx Group, accepted an exclusive interview with Hong Kong NOW TV. He is relatively optimistic about the Hong Kong and A-share markets in 2018. The basis of optimism lies in the stabilization of the mainland economy. Among many investment sectors, he is particularly fond of high-end consumer stocks in the Mainland, because in addition to the support of national policies, the profit is also the highest. He continued to believe that "buy Moutai steadily and buy Laojiao aggressively."
On 8 November 2017, Mr. Lewis Wan, Chairman of the HKFAEx Group, took an interview with One TV, sharing his views on the investment prospects of the Chinese Baijiu industry and the investment value of aged Baijiu.
The long-term value-added of age baijiu comes from its three unique advantages. The first is the natural characteristics, which meets the needs of long-term investment. Secondly, as a physical asset with high-end consumption attributes, aged baijiu is in line with China's development environment. Again, as an alternative asset allocation, aged baijiu has a huge market space. Chinese aged baijiu is not only a social product and consumer product, but also a valuable collection and investment product, especially the aged baijiu that has a certain period of time is a scarce asset and precious wealth.
On 21 June 2017, MSCI announces the inclusion of China A shares in MSCI emerging markets index, which will include 222 large-cap stocks in China A shares, and based on an inclusion factor of 5%. These A shares account for approximately 0.73% of the weight of the MSCI Emerging Market Index. MSCI expects that it will bring A shares17 billion to 18 billion US dollars of overseas funds in the initial stage. Mr. Lewis Wan, chairman of the HKFAEx Group , was interviewed by the Hong Kong NOW TV and expressed his views on the above issues.
Since Trump won the election, U.S. exchange rates, stocks, and interest rates have risen, and bonds and emerging market currencies have responded a sharply fall. The renminbi cannot stand alone and join the ranks of devaluation. The French presidential election is imminent, coupled with the United Kingdom's soon to start formal negotiations on Brexit, and the German Chancellor election at the end of the year, the global financial market is shrouded in uncertainties. To where the future global economy and the stock market will go? On 25 November 2016, Chairman of the HKFAEx Group, Mr. Lewis Wan was interviewed by Hong Kong NOW TV and expressed his opinions on the above issues.
On 24 November 2016, Mr. Lewis Wan, Chairman of the HKFAEx Group, was invited to attend the "2016 CCTV Finance Forum • Hong Kong", co-hosted by CCTV Financial Channel (CCTV2) and Ta Kung Pao. "CCTV Finance Forum" is an annual brand created by Ta kung Pao, Takung.com and CCTV Finance Channel. This year is the seventh consecutive year in Hong Kong. The theme of this forum is "The Chinese Power of Global Financial Reform". Hong Kong Financial Secretary Zeng Junhua, Hong Kong Ta Kung Wenhui Media Group Chairman Jiang Zaizhong, Chen Hongbing, Assistant Director of CCTV Finance Channel delivered speeches successively.
On 14 August 2016, Mr. Lewis Wan, Chairman of The HKFAEx Group, was interviewed by One TV, discussing how to look at the commodity market as a QFII fund manager.