The month of January is supposed to have high predictive power for the stock market performance for the rest of the year. In this regard, we can expect a good year ahead. Since beginning January, the MSCI Asia Pacific Index is up 6 percent (after a decline of 14 percent in 2018). Continue reading “APAC Markets: First Trends for 2019”
TAL Education Group (TAL) is the largest public listed education company by market cap in the world. The company offers comprehensive tutoring services to students in China. TAL stands for ‘Tomorrow Advancing Life.’ Continue reading “TAL Education – Education is the Best Investment”
Sino Biopharmaceutical Ltd (1177.HK) is one of the top health care companies in China. The company is ranked among Fortune’s China’s Top 500 Companies, Forbes Asia’s Fabulous 50 and Forbes’ Global 2000 as one of the world’s largest public companies. Continue reading “Sino Biopharmaceutical – Buy the Dip?”
What would have a 100K USD, EUR or local currency investment returned to an investor in 2018 if he or she would have invested in one of the Asia-Pacific equity markets? In our regular snapshot, we rank the performance of Asia-Pacific’s stock markets on a USD, EUR, and local currency basis.
The highest returns with 6 and 5 percent would have made a local investor with Indian and New Zealand stocks in 2018. Continue reading “What a 100K Investment in Asia Pacific Returned in 2018”
Asia Investment Signals is taking a break and will resume in the week of January 2nd. We hope you had a successful year behind and are looking forward to providing you with more investment ideas from Asia-Pacific in 2019.
Our APAC Model Portfolio is up 38 percent since inception. Don’t miss the chance to follow its performance right from the beginning of 2019. Patience is the key to investment success and our philosophy!
We might do some changes in the model portfolio before or shortly after the New Year. So stay tuned!
Bridgestone Corp (5108.T) is the world’s largest manufacturer of tires and rubber products, followed by Michelin (France), Goodyear (US), Continental (Germany) and Pirelli (Italy). Bridgestone makes tires for passenger, commercial and agricultural vehicles as well as aircraft and motorcycles. Continue reading “Bridgestone – With Upside Potential”