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Four Diversified Plays On Asia

As U.S. equities continue to show signs of instabilities due to fears of crippling debt, deflation and high unemployment, many have turned to alternative regions, in particularly Asia to seek returns.

When speaking of Asia, the first nation to come to mind is China, but there are many more nations that are likely to continue to outperform the world’s second largest economy.  As a region, Asia has drawn attention due to its large growth rates, insatiable demand for commodities, cheap labor and increasing private consumption. 

 Take Singapore for example, whose economy grew at a seasonally adjusted 18.1% in the first half of the year and is benefiting from China’s stellar growth.  The region has been able to pull themselves up by their boot straps, mainly due to fiscal stimulus plans, which accounted for nearly 4% of GDP, and were higher than any other region of the world.  Read More…

Why Investing Abroad Makes Sense

As the U.S. economy continues to struggle, consumer spending remains weak, consumer confidence remains fragile and the labor markets try to get a boost, investing abroad makes sense and for good reason. Read More…

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