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Chinese stock market loses 400b in value on coronavirus.
 

 
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 2 weeks ago '11        #2
westsideknicks 
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So which is good to buy while low now?
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 2 weeks ago '10        #3
datguyjr 
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 westsideknicks said
So which is good to buy while low now?
This.

& fuc China

 2 weeks ago '05        #4
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 westsideknicks said
So which is good to buy while low now?
 datguyjr said
This.

& fuc China
EMXC (emerging markets ex-China)

EEM (emerging markets WITH China)

VWO - Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets ETF (VWO)

IEMG - ISHARES INC/CORE MSCI EMERGIN

Shooting from the hip right now, but hope that gives y'all some ideas on some index funds to throw some money into.

Specifically China ETF's: ETFs: FXI, KWEB, CQQQ, ASHR, YINN, MCHI, TDF, EWH, CAF, KBA, YANG, GXC, TAO, CHIX, CYB, CHIQ

Grabbed it from that article OP posted too.
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 2 weeks ago '05        #5
Tha Boss 
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 pnoi89 said
EMXC (emerging markets ex-China)

EEM (emerging markets WITH China)

VWO - Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets ETF (VWO)

IEMG - ISHARES INC/CORE MSCI EMERGIN

Shooting from the hip right now, but hope that gives y'all some ideas on some index funds to throw some money into.

Specifically China ETF's: ETFs: FXI, KWEB, CQQQ, ASHR, YINN, MCHI, TDF, EWH, CAF, KBA, YANG, GXC, TAO, CHIX, CYB, CHIQ

Grabbed it from that article OP posted too.
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About how much are you putting into this? (range nothing specific)

 2 weeks ago '05        #6
pnoi89 
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About how much are you putting into this? (range nothing specific)
I plan to distribute about $400-600 across some of these ETF's some time this week. But I plan to buy for the long-term.

To give you some perspective on how I invest:

1. I always max out my Roth IRA ($6k per year), so I budget $500 post-tax per month.

2. I invest 6% of my ~$92k salary due to the 3% total match from my employer.

3. I auto-deposit $200 per week into Robinhood, M1Finance and/or WeBull. I typically make sure I invest >75% of my holdings into index funds, then ~25% on gambles (aka individual stocks). I'm trying to increase this budget to $300 per week, or more some time this year. But of course, this depends on my income and expenses.
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 2 weeks ago '05        #7
Tha Boss 
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I plan to distribute about $400-600 across some of these ETF's some time this week. But I plan to buy for the long-term.

To give you some perspective on how I invest:

1. I always max out my Roth IRA ($6k per year), so I budget $500 post-tax per month.

2. I invest 6% of my ~$92k salary due to the 3% total match from my employer.

3. I auto-deposit $200 per week into Robinhood, M1Finance and/or WeBull. I typically make sure I invest >75% of my holdings into index funds, then ~25% on gambles (aka individual stocks). I'm trying to increase this budget to $300 per week, or more some time this year. But of course, this depends on my income and expenses.
Can you explain what a Roth IRA does vs reg ira and why itís important?

 2 weeks ago '05        #8
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Can you explain what a Roth IRA does vs reg ira and why itís important?
Roth IRA lets you invest 'post-tax' dollars and allow flexibility to invest in stocks, index funds, trusts, bonds, REIT's, etc. without getting taxed on your capital gains as long as you keep it there until you're 59 1/2 years old.

The different between Roth and Traditional IRA's is taxes and how they're applied. a good summary is this video:




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 2 weeks ago '18        #9
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Props homie...got a vanguard life strategy 80/s and P 500 etf with Vanguard so will dip into the etf you've mentioned. Only a small amount though.



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