This KraneShares ETF seems to be packing all the punches at a time when Chinese equities sit in troubled waters.
Investors may be missing the bigger story on China as they focus on GDP and debt levels.
Don't overlook an asset class just because it's done well.
These large China ETFs are rallying sharply, but losing assets as they rise.
As the product line develops, no issuer dominates, and room for growth is high.
Chinese equity funds are having a tough go in 2016, but asset flows are not necessarily trending lower.
The country’s volatile stock market divides the opinion of market analysts.
Apart from Asia, the emerging markets are a thorny thicket these days, but ETFs allow investors to cleanly parse access.
Sound investment usually means focusing on broad themes rather than the narrow.