Markets in Asia are seeing an uptick in trading volume in 2018.
The Shanghai Composite Index has been up almost 50% year-over-year.
The Nikkei 225, which tracks the Nikkeis 50 most-traded stocks, has risen nearly 30% in the past year.
A new index called the Shanghai Industrial Property Index has risen 30%.
Asian markets are also seeing a boost in investor confidence as investors begin to view Asian stocks as safe havens for investments.
In February, the Shanghai Composite ended the year with a 52-week losing streak, the longest since 2007.
The Nikkein, on the other hand, ended the second half of the year on a winning streak of 3,000 points or more, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
The index is up by nearly 1,000 since March 30.
Chinese stocks also continue to be among the best performing stocks in Asia.
Analysts have said that the stock market in Asia has been a success as a result of the China stimulus plan, and investors have begun to look for safe havens in China.
Investors have also been bullish on China’s upcoming elections, with the yuan and stock markets leading the way.
According to the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), Chinese stocks have gained an average of more than 1,100 points since the start of the month.
With the election nearing, investors are looking to sell stocks in China as they view the potential for political turmoil in the country.