#296 - Jason Hsu, Rayliant Global Advisors - As Investors, We’re Always Looking For Uncorrelated Sources Of Return

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In episode 296, we welcome our guest, Jason Hsu, founder and chairman of Rayliant Global Advisors.    In today’s episode, we get an update from Jason on the Chinese stock market and hear how it differs from the U.S. Then we talk about his new ETF, which gives investors a way to allocate to China A-Shares. He explains why the A-Shares are a great place to seek outperformance due to the large amount of retail involvement. Jason then addresses some of the most commonly cited risks for investing in the Chinese stock market, including accounting issues and the presence of so many state-owned-enterprises.    As we wind down, Jason gives his take on the recent developments with Ant Financial and Jack Ma.    All this and more in episode 296 with Rayliant Global Advisor’s Jason Hsu.  

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