The New Silicon Valley: How You Could Profit When China Takes Over Tech

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Dear Reader,

Had you visited Shenzhen 35 years ago, you wouldn’t have thought much. It was just an old fishing village bordering Hong Kong.

But today, the city is rapidly transforming. In fact, this humble town could be set to rival Silicon Valley itself.

China is aiming to be the innovation nation.

Some of China’s biggest tech companies, like Tencent and Alibaba, are pouring hundreds of millions into start-ups.

You could argue China is now the hottest place for tech investments. And if it isn’t yet…

It certainly could be soon.

So how can you profit from it?

There are plenty of opportunities right here on the ASX. From 2014 to 2017, more than 414 Chinese companies came down under to go public.

But how will you know which have the potential to rival the Silicon Valley giants in 2018?

In a brand new Money Morning report titled How to Profit from China’s Silicon Valley’, tech investment expert, Harje Ronngard reveals where you could find some of the most promising opportunities on the Aussie market.

If you’re looking to add a few promising tech punts to your portfolio, don’t invest a cent until you read this free special investor report.

You’ll learn:

  • Why China is the perfect environment for the next tech mecca: There’s a reason Silicon Valley landed in San Francisco, just like there’s a reason Hollywood is in LA. And there’s a good reason for this move too…Harje reveals all in this free report.
  • The Chinese companies already going head-to-head with Silicon Valley giants (and succeeding): The capital might be moving, but the action is already there. Find out which companies are already smashing goals in China (and why that’s a big deal).
  • Where you could see the biggest cash boons off the back of this fast-growing tech hub: These days ‘tech stocks’ are becoming so vague you might as well just say ‘stocks’. Harje tells you exactly which area of the industry could see the biggest movement off the back of this new ‘Silicon Valley’ destination.

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