This KraneShares ETF seems to be packing all the punches at a time when Chinese equities sit in troubled waters.
ETF.com's Dave Nadig answers readers' ETF questions in real time. Here's the transcript.
Investors may be missing the bigger story on China as they focus on GDP and debt levels.
Relative newcomer to ETFs comes in with ultra-low-cost single-country offerings.
These large China ETFs are rallying sharply, but losing assets as they rise.
Asian markets are rocking this year, and there’s plenty of value outside the U.S. in equities.
Key differences exist between the top two funds.
MSCI’s decision will broaden China A-share access, but this year, funds excluding A-shares are performing best.
Market bulls make a case for why investors are misunderstanding China, and missing out on a good growth story.