Global Bargain Hunting : The Investor's Guide to Big Profits in Emerging Markets
From Chile to China, Indonesia to India, developing countries around the world are experiencing enormous economic expansions - some that are several times greater than the growth rates of the West. High economic growth coupled with low-priced securities makes emerging markets the best investment bargain in the world. In GLOBAL BARGAIN HUNTING Burton Malkiel and JP Mei provide ordinary investors with the information they need to profit from the explosive economic growth expected in developing countries in the coming years. Authoritative, comprehensive and practical, this book covers the most exciting money-making investments of the twenty-first century - investments that nobody will want to miss or can afford to ignore.
- Hardback | 240 pages
- 164 x 243 x 24mm | 497g
- 27 Aug 1998
- Penguin Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
Burton Malkiel holds a professorship at Princeton University and serves on the boards of several major corporations, including the Vanguard Group, an investment company with over $200 billion in assets. J P Mei is associate professor of finance andinternational business at New York University, and is an expert in emerging market investments.
Table of contents
Part 1 The riches to be reaped: investment opportunities flourish outside the devloped world; the price is right on the other side. Part 2 The dangers to be avoided: political instability can sour many an investment opportunity; lawlessness makes emerging markets a dangerous jungle; volatility guarantees a bumpy investment ride; how diversification can reduce risk. Part 3 How to invest in emerging markets: the professionally-managed approach; the indexed, or computer-managed, approach; the self-directed approach - actively managing your emerging-market portfolio; bargains in bonds, real estate and natural resources; investment strategies and specific recommendations.