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Chapter One: What are Emerging Markets?
The Name of the Game
Emerging, Emerging, Emerged!
The FELT Criteria
Chapter Two: Top Reasons for Investing in Emerging Markets
Why the Sudden Growth Spurt?
A “Problem” of Too Many Choices
All Markets are Volatile Sometimes
Your Best Protection Is Diversification
Chapter Three: Discovering Frontier Markets
Why Invest in Frontier Markets?
Dig Deeper to Find Gold
Go Ahead, Feel the Excitement
Chapter Four: Getting Down to Business
Emerging Market Mutual Funds
Domestic Listings of Emerging Market Companies
Depositary Certificate Listings of Emerging Market Companies in Developed Stock Markets
Chapter Five: Is There a Right Way to Invest?
Value versus Growth Orientation
Short versus Long Term
Bottom-Up versus Top-Down Investment Strategies
Chapter Six: Researching Emerging Markets
All Walks of Life
Narrowing the Choices
Is It a Buy or a Sell?
What’s Its Worth?
Chapter Seven: The Reality of Risk
The Big Picture
Hedging Your Bets
Sit Tight, Don’t Worry, be Happy
Chapter Eight: Timing Market Factors
Understanding Foreign Exchange
The Upside of Political Uncertainty
Overcoming Your Fears and Moving On
Chapter Nine: It’s Called Volatility
A Research Challenge
A Painful Lesson
Don’t Forget to Use What You Learn
Chapter Ten: The Importance of Being Contrary
Paper versus Realized Loss
Keeping a Cool Head
Chapter Eleven: The Big Picture and the Small Picture
The Bad and the Good
“Trust Us” ...
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