Ping An Healthcare & Technology: The Undiscovered Gem In Telehealth You Should Be Buying (OTCMKTS:PIAHY)

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While Teladoc (TDOC) may be the hottest telehealth stock in the US, the other world superpower has one of its own, which may have flown under the radar of many foreign investors. Introducing Ping An Healthcare & Technology (OTC:PIAHY) – the largest telehealth player in China with a market share of over 70%. China has lagged the US in terms of telehealth adoption, but that is changing, with regulations now encouraging the use of online healthcare, and COVID-19 helping to accelerate adoption. The growth potential here is huge, and the company is just getting started. This article serves as a primer on the key drivers of the company’s financials and share price, and details why I think Ping An Healthcare & Technology is a Buy for any long-term growth portfolio.

China has a huge need for healthcare technology

Ping An Healthcare & Technology’s Good Doctor platform solves a number

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Marvel’s Avengers Now Has An AI Ping System Following Latest Update

Marvel’s Avengers has received an update, and it’s added a useful new ping system that will make guiding your AI companions easier. Patch V1.3.6 is now live on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and is coming to Stadia at a later date. The update also adds numerous fixes to the game.

The new ping system currently only works with AI companions, but it gives you more control over their actions. Players can toggle pings with the D-pad, and can set AI fighters onto specific enemies, or have them focus on hacking or smashing doors while the player deals with something else.

The system allows players to have a bit more control over situations they might find themselves in. While there’s currently not an equivalent system for the game’s co-op, developer Crystal Dynamics promises that it “will be implementing additional functionalities in future phases of the ping system”.

The update seems

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Short Sellers Target Ping An’s Fintech Unit After Ant IPO Fiasco

(Bloomberg) — The headwinds that toppled Ant Group Co.’s initial public offering now threaten a $22 billion dream of China’s Ping An Insurance (Group) Co. — to pivot from a finance group to a tech giant and be valued like one.

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While Ping An’s Lufax Holding Ltd., which offers wealth management and retail lending services, was able to complete its U.S. IPO days before new Chinese rules torpedoed Ant’s $35 billion sale, the stock has given up early gains and is now a target for short sellers. Renewed threats by U.S. regulators to delist Chinese stocks also threaten Ping An’s plans to take more of its in-house startups public.

Ant’s IPO suspension “fundamentally changed near-term investment appetite” for Chinese fintech stocks, with Lufax as “the community’s No. 1 consensus short,” according to a Nov. 5 report from Procensus, which polled 84 global investors managing $15.3 trillion. Short interest

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