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9780393333589

From Wall St Grt Wall Pa

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  • ISBN13:

    9780393333589

  • ISBN10:

    0393333582

  • Edition: 00
  • Format: Trade Paper
  • Copyright: 2008-12-17
  • Publisher: W W NORTON

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Longtime friend and advisor to ordinary investors Burton G. Malkiel, together with a carefully selected team of coauthors, now gives them an investment strategy for accessing the world's fastest-growing economy. Drawing from the author team's on-the-ground experience in China, From Wall Street to the Great Wall details how average investors can tap into the opportunities China affords. Inside, readers will find: A compact tour of five hundred years of Chinese history and culture that offers readers a footing in this unique investing environment, with special emphasis on the Mao years and the rise of the reformist government of Deng Xiaoping, A hype-free, in-depth investigation of the Chinese stock market, estimating its efficiency and highlighting the best bets among Chinese firms and industries, Substantial coverage of the multinational corporations in the United States and elsewhere that stand to benefit from China's explosive growth, Overviews of the markets for commodities, real estate, and art and collectibles, as Malkiel leaves no investment possibility unexamined, Four fully realized and detailed investment strategies for China, drawn from Malkiel's broad experience and proven investment track record. Book jacket.

Author Biography

Burton G. Malkiel holds the Chemical Bank Chairman's Professorship at Princeton University. He is a former member of the Council of Economic Advisers and has served on the boards of several major corporations, including the Vanguard Group of Investment Companies and Prudential Financial Corporation Patricia A. Taylor is a financial writer and editor living in Princeton, New Jersey Jianping Mei, a native of China, earned his PhD in economics from Princeton University, has served as associate professor of finance and international business at New York University, and currently teaches at the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business in Beijing Rui Yang is a mutual fund manager at Bosera Fund Management, one of mainland China's largest mutual fund companies

Table of Contents

Prefacep. 9
The Setting
The Past: An Historical Perspectivep. 15
The Present: China's Stunning Accomplishmentsp. 42
The Future: Perceived Risksp. 64
The Investments
The Uniqueness of the Chinese Stock Marketp. 97
The Efficiency of the Chinese Stock Marketp. 126
The Attractiveness of Chinese Stocksp. 149
Real Estate, Art, and Bondsp. 179
The Strategies
The Preparationp. 203
The Homegrown Strategyp. 221
The Offshore Strategyp. 242
The Go for Broke Strategyp. 262
The Optimal Investment Strategyp. 280
Afterwordp. 295
Bibliographyp. 305
Acknowledgmentsp. 309
Indexp. 315
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