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Emerging Markets For Dummies

ISBN: 978-1-118-00682-5
360 pages
December 2010
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A comprehensive explanation of emerging markets

In this global economy, it is important to understand the power that other countries possess, and how they can affect the global market and your investment portfolio. Emerging markets represent about 75% of the world's land mass and, with population growth that is 5 times faster than in developed countries, are home to over 80% of the global population. Emerging Markets For Dummies provides you with the information you need to understand Asian, Russian, Indian, Brazilian, and other foreign markets and their place in our local and global economies. You'll get guidance on how to branch out into emerging markets to diversify your portfolio and how to incorporate these growth areas into your business and investment plans.

  • The benefits of diversification
  • How global economies effect each other
  • Other titles by Logue: Hedge Funds For Dummies and Day trading For Dummies

Whether you have knowledge of investing and want to target emerging market opportunities or want to expand your portfolio, Emerging Markets For Dummies is a great resource for investors who want to branch out.

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Introduction.

Part I: The Basics of Emerging-Market Investing.

Chapter 1: An Overview of Emerging-Market Investing.

Chapter 2: Targeting the Unique Investment Potential of Emerging Markets.

Chapter 3: Weighing Challenges, Risks, and Opportunities for Return in Emerging Markets.

Chapter 4: Understanding Accounting and Corporate Governance Abroad.

Par t II: The Geography of Emerging Markets: Regions and Regimes.

Chapter 5: Non-BRIC Emerging Markets.

Chapter 6: Building with the BRICs: Brazil, Russia, India, and China.

Chapter 7: Markets on the Economic Frontier.

Part III: For Better or for Worse: Factors Affecting Emerging-Market Investments.

Chapter 8: The Infl uence of Political Systems.

Chapter 9:The Case of Corruption.

Chapter 10: Considering Natural Resources.

Chapter 11: Meeting the Needs of New Consumers.

Chapter 12: Laws Affecting Outside Investors.

Chapter 13: Currency and Exchange Rates.

Part IV: Getting in the Game: Ways to Invest in Emerging Markets.

Chapter 14: Picking Bonds and Stocks in Emerging Markets.

Chapter 15: Diversifying with Mutual Funds and Exchange-Traded Funds.

Chapter 16: Stashing Your Cash in Emerging-Market Banks.

Chapter 17: Real Estate around the World.

Chapter 18: High Finance: Hedge Funds, Venture Capital, and Private Equity.

Chapter 19: Microfi nance and Peer-to-Peer Lending.

Part V: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 20: Ten Up-and-Coming Emerging Markets.

Chapter 21: Ten Tips for Emerging-Market Investors.

Chapter 22: Ten Traps to Avoid When Investing in Emerging Markets.

Appendix.

Index.

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Ann C. Logue, MBA, is a finance writer who has written for Barron's, MSN Money, Newsweek Japan, and Wealth Manager. A lecturer at the Liautaud Graduate School of Business at the University of Illinois at Chicago, she is the author of Hedge Funds For Dummies and Day Trading For Dummies.
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