Times Group Books - New Delhi
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Emerging markets are one of the fastest growing--yet least understood--segments of today's investing world. Comprising 25 countries, 35% of the world's landmass, and a whopping 60% of the world's nearly seven billion people, the importance of emerging markets for the global economy can scarcely be understated. From Fisher Investments on Emerging Markets, investors will gain a broad understanding of the asset class and leave with a detailed road-map for investment success in this budding investment universe.
The book begins with an overview of emerging markets, followed by a historical narrative of the major emerging market regions, with emphasis on the social, economic, and political forces that have shaped the investing landscape. It also establishes a must-have manual for successfully investing in emerging markets. Key considerations are the investment landscape in these regions. For instance, the vast majority of technology companies are located in Asia, while most materials companies are in Europe and Latin America. This book serves as the "lay of the land" for aspiring emerging markets investors. It also covers beneficial advice for stock selection and includes a discussion on common pitfalls and how to avoid them.
About the Author
Fisher Investments is a respected investment management company which serves the needs of investors demanding superior performance, low fees and exceptional service. With over $45 billion under management, its clients include Fortune 500 companies, foundations and endowments, as well as thousands of high net worth investors. Unlike many money management firms who typically have little contact with individual investors, Fisher Investments' Private Client Group was specifically created to allow the investment management company to deliver institutional-level capabilities to high net worth individuals.
Austin B. Fraser is a capital markets analyst at Fisher Investments with a focus on Emerging Markets and macroeconomic strategy. Prior to joining the firm, he worked at Cambridge Associates in Washington D.C. as a research associate. He graduated from The University of Michigan--Ann Arbor with a BA in History. Originally from Detroit, Michigan, he now resides in San Francisco. TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I Going Backward to Move Forward
· Chapter 1 The Five Ws of Emerging Markets
· Chapter 2 Lions, Tigers & Dragons, Oh My!
· Chapter 3 Latin America and the Vagaries of Boom and Bust
· Chapter 4 From the Ruble of the Iron Curtain to the Legacy of Apartheid
Part II Developing an Emerging Markets Strategy
· Chapter 5 From the Past to Today - How to Approach Emerging Markets
· Chapter 6 Developing Portfolio Drivers
· Chapter 7 Security Analysis
· Chapter 8 Putting it Together
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