Day-trading investors taking a break at a trading hall in Shanghai on January 4, 2016. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market uses red to denote gains and advances and illustrates losses and declines in green. Photo: Xinhua/Zhuang Yi) (dhf)

China fund’s 618 per cent return in 10 years shows it’s putting money where its recommendation is

Longrising Asset Management allocates half of its assets in cash, as it’s concerned about China’s economic outlook and the trade war with the US

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Day-trading investors taking a break at a trading hall in Shanghai on January 4, 2016. Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock market uses red to denote gains and advances and illustrates losses and declines in green. Photo: Xinhua/Zhuang Yi) (dhf)
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