By Kevin Grewal, Editorial Director at www.SmartStops.netNEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- As China expects to lead the world in economic growth in 2010, some think the nation's real estate markets pose an opportunity and will likely see appreciation in the coming year.
Claymore/AlphaShares China Real Estate (TAO), which solely focuses on Chinese real estate. TAO closed at $17.69 on Monday.
Claymore/AlphaShares China All-Cap (YAO), which gives exposure to Chinese lenders China Construction Bank and Bank of China as well as construction and contracting giant China Overseas Land & Investment. YAO closed at $24.66 on Monday.
iShares FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Dev Asia Idx (IFAS), which allocates more than 8% of its assets to Chinese real estate holdings. IFAS closed at $28.68 on Monday. When focusing on international real estate markets, it is important to consider the inherent risk that they carry. To help mitigate these risks, it is important to implement an exit strategy, which triggers price points at which an upward trend could potentially be coming to an end and enable one to preserve equity. According to the latest data at www.SmartStops.net, an upward trend in these ETFs could come to an end at the following price points: TAO at $16.49; YAO at $23.19; and IFAS at $28.34. These price points change on a daily basis as market conditions fluctuate; updated data can be found at www.SmartStops.net. Written by Kevin Grewal in Laguna Niguel, Calif.