This week's bull stock in Hong Kong stocks | The dental implant centralized procurement plan exceeded expectations, and the dental concept stock Ruier Group rose nearly 43% this week

time:2022-12-02 16:32:43 source:clevelanddrifters.com author:Individual stock analysis
This week's bull stock in Hong Kong stocks | The dental implant centralized procurement plan exceeded expectations, and the dental concept stock Ruier Group rose nearly 43% this week

This week (September 12-September 16), the Hong Kong stock market remained weak, and the three major indexes fell collectively again. The Hang Seng Index fell by 3.1%, the National Index fell by 5.37%, and the Hang Seng Technology Index fell by 2.65%. The three major indexes all refreshed their low prices. As of Friday's close, the Hang Seng Index was at 18,761 points, the HSCEI was at 6,420 points, and the Hang Seng Technology Index was at 3,858 points. Looking forward to the market outlook, Industrial Securities International said that the current weakness of Hong Kong stocks is undoubtedly, but the downside is gradually limited, and the March low of 18,200 is expected to have strong support. In terms of investment strategy, we will continue to uphold the idea of ​​defense and counterattack. To defend, first of all, you need to choose a variety that can be held, with low valuation, stable finance, and high dividend payout; to fight back, you need market appeal and room for improvement, which is determined by the prosperity of the target industry, company growth and business level to decide. Specifically, benefiting from the better-than-expected dental implant centralized procurement plan, the dental concept stock $Riel Group (06639.HK) $ has risen by nearly 43% this week. The agency pointed out that the special governance of the oral medical service industry is expected to rapidly increase the penetration rate of dental implants in my country, and continues to be optimistic about the long-term development potential of the industry, and recommends a buy rating to Real Group. Some Chinese property stocks rose this week, $China Dili (01387.HK)$ up over 18% for the week, $Greentown China (03900.HK)$ up over 16% for the week, $Greenland China Real Estate (00095.HK)$$ for the week rose more than 11%. The performance exceeded expectations and the ET5 model was selling well. $NIO-SW(09866.HK)$ rose more than 15% this week. Deutsche Bank reiterated that NIO is its first choice in the field of electric vehicles in China, and Yamato maintained NIO’s “buy” ” rating, optimistic about its new model delivery and overall sales prospects. $Cloud Music (09899.HK)$ rose nearly 12% for the week. The company's CEO Ding Lei announced that he increased his holdings of Cloud Music by 26,900 shares, and the latest shareholding ratio was 61.4%. Outperform the industry", with a target price of HK$102.7. Guosen Securities recently stated that cloud music, as a music community platform, the layout and development of copyright, independent musicians, etc., promotes the steady growth of online music business, and differentiated audio live broadcast contains great potential. Under the optimization of copyright costs, it is expected that the company's gross profit margin will gradually increase, resulting in continuous improvement in the profit side. Initial coverage with a "buy" rating. $Melco International Development (00200.HK)$ rose more than 11% weekly. The public bidding for Macau gaming franchises ended on September 14. A total of 7 companies entered the bid to compete for 6 gambling licenses. All operators will renew their gaming licenses, with results expected to be announced around early December. On the other hand, the weaker stocks this week are as follows: Editor/irisz Risk Warning: The opinions of the authors or guests shown above have their own specific positions, and investment decisions need to be based on independent thinking. Futu will endeavour but cannot guarantee the accuracy and reliability of the above content, and will not be liable for any loss or damage arising from any inaccuracies or omissions.

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