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What has 2014 in store for Asia?

Dec 31, 2013

Here is today's recommended reading list from Equitymaster...

Investing resolutions for the New Year
In a short while from now, we will be bringing in a brand new year. So what better time than now to make some pretty impactful New Year investing resolutions. To get you started, read on to find out the missteps that you should be avoiding in order to become a better investor. (The wealth steward)

Could unwinding lead to another crisis?
The financial crisis that struck the giant economies in 2008 was followed by blatant money printing. Also known as Quantitative easing, the stimulus policy hardly made any material difference to US economy or employment. In China, as a result of the monetary stimulus, the real growth was small in comparison to monetary growth. Now that the Fed and China are planning to taper, read on to find out the likely impact of withdrawal of stimulus.(Marketwatch)

What has 2014 in store for Asia?
Is it Gloom, Boom or Doom for Asia in 2014? There are many surprises to come by for the Asian economies in 2014. However, the Roubini's and Faber's of the world have some bad news too. The following article from Bloomberg summarizes the trends that should form part of our watch-list for 2014. Read on to know more....(Bloomberg)

What we ought to learn from the Bruce Lee of investing...
He is the man who laid down the foundations of value investing. He mentored a student who went on to become the world's greatest investor. Here is an interesting article that highlights some of the major accomplishments of the 'Father of Value Investing' and what investors can learn from him...(Fool)

Is the US government hurting its low-wage workers?
Can government policies designed to protect the interests of the un-skilled labour force of a country, end up hurting them? In this insightful article, renowned US senator Ron Paul, points out various laws and taxes that prevent the large-scale employment of low-wage workers in the United States. Contrary to conventional economic wisdom, minimum wage laws and expansionary monetary policies do more harm than good to the lower income sections of society. Read on to find out more...Safehaven

Richa Agarwal

Richa Agarwal (Research Analyst), Managing Editor, Hidden Treasure has over 7 years of experience as an equity research analyst. She routinely scours the small cap universe for fundamentally strong companies trading at attractive prices. Having degrees in both finance as well as engineering has served her well in analysing business models across the small cap space.

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1 Responses to "What has 2014 in store for Asia?"

Kirandeep Atwal

Jan 1, 2014

I think S&P 500 is trading at very high valuations compared to their historian averages. It seems nothing more than marketing pitch to invest in USA. For this reason only, I prefer to read financial times over bloomberg.

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