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China portfolios weekly summary $NTES $JD $YY

Profit from China

Past week was challenging for the Profit from China portfolio. The whole portfolio ended up red performing -1.02%. The Best performing stocks were NetEase Inc. (NASDAQ:NTES) gaining 1.96% closing at USD 242.34 and TAL Education Group (NASDAQ:XRS) gaining 0% closing at USD 76.53. Weekly underperformers in the portfolio were Hollysys Automation Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ:HOLI) losing -7.87% closing at USD 17.67 and China Lodging Group Limited (NASDAQ:HTHT) losing -2.23% closing at USD 50.42.

China Shopping Boom

Past week was challenging for the China Shopping Boom portfolio. The whole portfolio ended up red performing -0.26%. The Best performing stocks were JD.com Inc. (NASDAQ:JD) gaining 2.83% closing at USD 27.60 and Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NASDAQ:BABA) losing -0.22% closing at USD 96.06. Weekly underperformers in the portfolio were Vipshop Holdings Limited (NASDAQ:VIPS) losing -4.25% closing at USD 10.58 and Ctrip.com International Ltd. (NASDAQ:CTRP) losing -0.39% closing at USD 43.36.

China Internet

Past week was challenging for the China Internet portfolio. The whole portfolio ended up red performing -0.45%. The Best performing stocks were YY Inc. (NASDAQ:YY) gaining 2.14% closing at USD 43.53 and NetEase Inc. (NASDAQ:NTES) gaining 1.96% closing at USD 242.34. Weekly underperformers in the portfolio were China Telecom Corp Ltd (NASDAQ:CHA) losing -1.89% closing at USD 47.31 and Baidu Inc. (NASDAQ:BIDU) losing -1.72% closing at USD 173.44.

This weekly summary is courtesy of a premium China stock portfolios – created by WealthyTec’s China Stock Robo-Advisor – and offered through the Flioz mobile app for iOS.

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