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Synopsis: A fascinating exploration of which countries offer promising investment opportunities for Americans now and in the years to come
Most emerging markets investment guides focus on financial metrics, but fail to provide the reader with new and relevant insights into the history of the countries, the views of the people on the street, and the financial shenanigans that go on behind the scenes, that make for truly informed investing. As a result, despite the growing interest in investing in these markets, investors are often missing key opportunities because they either have incorrect information about a country where they might invest, or simply don't know what questions they should be asking. Where In the World Should I Invest: An Insider's Guide to Making Money Around the Globe is here to help.
Drawing on author Karim Rahemtulla's personal experiences traveling the globe and exploring the capitals where business is transacted, the book outlines the perils, pitfalls, and rewards of investing in "low float" markets.
Packed with unique insights into twenty countries and regions around the globe based on the author's extensive interviews and travels, Where In the World Should I Invest is a must-read for anyone thinking of expanding their investment portfolio overseas.
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Praise for Where in the World Should I Invest?
"Investing globally requires both a guide and a plan of action. In Where in the World Should I Invest?, Karim Rahemtulla shares not only opportunities to profit that exist now, but also opportunities for tomorrow that are still beyond the reach of investors' radar. His international background and extensive travels combine to provide a frank and practical review of the most dynamic growth stories of today and tomorrow." —BILL BONNER, New York Times bestselling author
"Karim Rahemtulla is the new International Man. To profit and invest in the dynamic global economy of the 21st century, you need a well-documented passport—but if you don't have 10 years to travel, better to buy Karim's book, an indispensable shortcut. This is the best hands-on guidebook to global investing I've ever read. His personal travels are brimming with insights and wisdom." —MARK SKOUSEN, Editor of Forecasts & Strategies and bestselling author
"Investors should seek out the best investment opportunities wherever they reside. And I know no one is more capable of uncovering them than Karim Rahemtulla. He has been there on the ground many times—in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and the Pacific Rim—researching and analyzing hundreds of stocks and bonds, and making recommendations to his readers with extraordinary success. Now—with Where in the World Should I Invest?—he shares the best of what he's learned with you. This is essential reading for every serious investor." —ALEX GREEN, Investment Director, The Oxford Club and New York Times bestselling author
"Karim has written a handy and practical investment guide to some of the world's most attractive emerging markets. But it's unlike most such guides in that Karim has done what others haven't: He got out of his office and had a look himself. This is the best kind of research, by a well-traveled hand who has been there and asked the tough questions. A must-have for anyone thinking of investing abroad." —CHRIS MAYER, author of World Right Side Up: Investing Across Six Continents and Editor of Capital & Crisis
"Karim Rahemtulla is one of the smartest investing minds working in the trenches today. It's important to listen to what he has to say here—in fact, your entire financial life may depend on it. He shows in great detail and with fearlessness where the next generation of mega wealthy individuals will make their millions. Follow his advice, and you could be one of them." —MIKE WARD, Publisher, Money Map Press
"Karim does it again, taking us through a wide range of global markets in what seems to be an effortless and enjoyable read. From Tallinn to Toledo, he shows us opportunities that exist in markets all over the world and are accessible to anyone, not just the Wall Street elite. A top-notch read for every serious investor." —KEVIN KERR, President, Kerr Trading International
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