How can global equity investors capitalize on the second largest—and one of the fastest growing—economies in the world?
The AC ONE China Fund (ticker symbol ACOIX), established in 2012, offers U.S. investors the ability to invest in China’s technological innovations and growing consumer middle class through investments in publicly-traded Chinese stocks.
Management patiently focuses on creating long term alpha for investors—not short-term results—and looks to outperform its benchmark in up markets, and to protect assets when the market trends downward.
The AC ONE China Fund is managed by AC ONE Asset Management, majority owned by Chelsea Management Company—an experienced global asset manager, providing asset management services and independent investment counsel for institutional and individual investors with a strategic and thematic viewpoint. The firm was founded in 1971 and has approximately $600 million in asset under management.
We believe in the long-term economic growth of China. Here are six reasons why investors looking to diversify their global investment portfolio should consider investing in the growth potential of China:
Problems persist, of course. Historically, immature market infrastructure, loose accounting standards, uneven oversight and inconsistent messaging has dampened potential investor demand for Chinese equities and fixed income. Limited opportunities for lending and borrowing of securities, hedging and derivatives reduces the efficiency of ETF. But present valuations reflect this relative risk and as China opens its markets, this discount to China’s international peers could well dissipate.
We believe that China will continue to evolve into a full member of the world’s developed economy, and that this growth opportunity can benefit the long-term investor. While all economies experience downturns and retrenchments, there is great opportunity to invest into new industries and technologies brought to the forefront in times of economic change.
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