Investors dont have any dedicated source of investor information on Asia, and current news coverage skims the surface and focuses on yesterday
Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) September 7, 2005
The "Asia Investor Intelligence" becomes the NationÂs first investment report focused solely on the Asia-Pacific region. (http://www.chartwelladvisor.com/asiaintelligence.htm) Editor Carl Delfeld, a former U.S. Representative to the Asian Development Bank in Manila and investment executive in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Sydney fills the gap between high investor interest in Asia and the lack of intelligence on both the risks and the real opportunities.
"Investors donÂt have any dedicated source of investor information on Asia, and current news coverage skims the surface and focuses on yesterday," explained Mr. Delfeld. "Investor and media preoccupation with China is causing investors to overlook a stock market already up 100% during the past two years which is in the early stages of a great bull market."
Delfeld has already been covering Asia through the global investment letter The Chartwell Advisor and his Asian picks over the past three years have averaged over 30% returns with specific Asian country picks posting annualized returns such as 206%, 156% and 152%. Asia Investor Intelligence will provide investors, financial advisors and busy executives with a single dedicated source of what is really happening behind the scenes in Asia and highlights specific investment ideas to capitalize on current business and political trends.
Each issue of "Asia Investor Intelligence" will contain over ten pages of easy-to-read, interesting facts and opinions as to where people should invest in Asia along with which countries to avoid. Recommended Asian investments will include country specific exchange-traded funds (ETFs), closed-end funds, specific companies, mutual funds, FDIC-backed foreign currency CDs, and alternative investments like hedge funds. There is also an Asian Opportunity model portfolio to help investors package their Asian investments.
Carl Delfeld, President of the global investment advisory firm Chartwell Partners, is the author of a new book "The New Global Investor" and is publisher of the global investment letter Chartwell Advisor which can be found at http://www.chartwelladvisor.com and http://www.forbes.com. Delfeld represented the U.S. on the Executive Board of Directors of the Asian Development Bank in Manila, and was an investment executive in Japan, Hong Kong and Sydney. He has been an advisor on Asian financial affairs with the U.S. Treasury and the U.S. Senate Finance Committee. He studied at Harvard UniversityÂs Asia Center, Keio University in Japan, and is a graduate of the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy.
For more information and to subscribe to "Asia Investor Intelligence", please visit http://www.chartwelladvisor.com/asiaintelligence.htm
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