China has become the world’s second largest economy and a leading player in world trade; its currency is making progress toward internationalization and may be on its way to achieving leading world currency status.
As the Chinese government has been relaxing currency restrictions and renminbi yuan bonds have begun trading in Hong Kong, Guinness Atkinson gives you the opportunity to participate in China’s growth in a distinctive way.
If you agree with many economists who believe that China’s currency would appreciate against the US dollar if it were allowed to trade freely, you may wish to invest in our Renminbi Yuan & Bond Fund. A stronger yuan would be consistent with China’s need to reduce inflation internally and the United State’s need to battle deflation.
Learn more in our whitepaper, A Revolutionary Idea: Renminbi in Every Wallet.
Renminbi Yuan & Bond Fund through 04/30/2016
|Calendar YTD||1 Year||3 Years||5 Years||10 Years||Since
|BOND CLASSIFICATION (as of 04/30/2016)|
|Certificate of Deposit CNH||0%|
|MATURITY BREAKDOWN (as of 04/30/2016)|
|Less than 1 year||50.91%|
|1 to 2 years||28.38%|
|2 to 3 years||16.84%|
|4 to 5 years||5.73%|
“It may sound like a cliché to refer to the “Asian Miracle” but I believe that the economic growth that has occurred in Asia throughout the last 30 years represents the greatest increase in the human condition for more people than any other event in human history.“
Having managed the Asia Funds for over 14 years both from London and from Hong Kong, Edmund Harriss is dedicated to understanding the agents of change. It’s about making ourselves ready for the new world that is unfolding in front of our eyes. For Edmund there is nothing quite like…
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The Advisor has contractually agreed to reimburse expenses (excluding Acquired Fund Fees and Expenses, interest, taxes, dividends on short positions and extraordinary expenses) in order to limit the Fund’s Total Annual Operating Expenses to 0.90% through June 30, 2016. To the extent that the Advisor absorbs expenses to satisfy this cap, it may seek repayment of a portion or all of such amounts at any time within three fiscal years after the fiscal year in which such amounts were absorbed, subject to the 0.90% expense cap.