By now, it's clear the passage in the Legislative Council of the government's electoral reform package is what scientists call a low-probability event.
Heads turn when big names enter the game. That was what happened at United Photovoltaics Group, which has seen its share price shoot up by 70 per cent in less than two months.
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If you are afraid, you've already lost. That's George's takeaway from the recent rally in Chinese stocks.
For nearly two decades he invested on fundamentals. He never put money in a stock...
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