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Weibo revolution: how social media can move Chinese stock prices

Weibo revolution: how social media can move Chinese stock prices

Social media’s ability to spread information from privileged insiders to the general public poses new challenges for investors in the country’s equity markets.

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All calculations in USD, unless stated
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 27.2% (30 June 2016 - 30 June 2017)
Total Return
1 of 48

45.3%

1 of 48

45.3%

3 of 48

41.8%

4 of 48

40.9%

5 of 48

39.3%

6 of 48

38.6%

7 of 48

34.3%

7 of 48

34.3%

9 of 48

34.0%

9 of 48

34.0%

11 of 48

33.3%

12 of 48

32.5%

13 of 48

31.4%

14 of 48

30.4%

15 of 48

30.2%

16 of 48

30.1%

17 of 48

29.8%

18 of 48

29.4%

19 of 48

29.3%

20 of 48

29.1%

21 of 48

28.9%

22 of 48

28.7%

23 of 48

28.3%

24 of 48

28.3%

25 of 48

28.1%

26 of 48

28.0%

27 of 48

27.8%

28 of 48

26.7%

29 of 48

26.0%

29 of 48

26.0%

31 of 48

26.0%

32 of 48

25.9%

33 of 48

25.1%

34 of 48

24.3%

35 of 48

24.1%

36 of 48

23.8%

37 of 48

23.5%

38 of 48

23.3%

39 of 48

22.5%

40 of 48

22.1%

41 of 48

16.7%

42 of 48

16.5%

43 of 48

14.9%

44 of 48

13.8%

44 of 48

13.8%

46 of 48

13.0%

47 of 48

7.6%

47 of 48

7.6%

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