Mike Ward, Publisher, Money Map Press "Karim does it again, taking us through a wide range of global markets in what seems to be an effortless and enjoying read. From Tallinn to Toledo, he shows us opportunities that exist in markets all over the world and are accessible to anyone, not just the Wall Street elite.
A top notch read for every serious investor. Karim Rahemtulla is at the top of my list whenever I want on-the-ground feedback on any emerging market. For over two decades now I've delighted in hearing Karim's first-rate travel experiences to exotic lands.
But what I appreciate most is his brutal candor when it comes to what's really going on in a country, from the politics to the local small business owners. Karim's teachings of the pitfalls of global investing are a rarity on Wall Street. Combined with his successful, under-the-radar global profit opportunities? Julia C. Well versed, well travelled and well informed, Karim is the ideal guide for international investing.?
conscosptisnigh.cf If there's one person I would trust on what investments to make outside of the U. The true genius of his travels is the deep investigative results he comes away with after meeting business insiders, corporate executives, members of various foreign stock exchanges, and people in the trenches on the street.
It is fast-paced, well-written, funny, and truly worthy of your time, and it contains a wealth of information about where to shop, eat and stay too! Karim is truly a modern day Magellan. Where in the World Should I Invest is proof positive that his insights into today? Thank you, Karim, for sharing such a lucrative journey with us!? Take some of the world? Every traveler who invests, or every investor who travels, should have this book tucked under his or her arm when they board their flight.? You'd be crazy to invest in emerging markets without first reading Where in the World Should I Invest.
Not only is it a fun and interesting read, Karim has had his boots on the ground in the countries he's written about, met with officials, and has a unique perspective you won't find anywhere else. It's a must have for any emerging markets investor.? Back to top. Karim Rahemtulla is a specialist in emerging markets and options trading with more than twenty years of experience trading in international markets.
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Editorial Reviews. Review. "Investing globally requires both a guide and a plan of action. Where In the World Should I Invest: An Insider's Guide to Making Money Around the Globe (Agora Series Book 76) - Kindle edition by K. Rahemtulla. Where In the World Should I Invest: An Insider's Guide to Making Money Around the Globe is here to help. Drawing on author Karim Rahemtulla's personal.
New Releases. Description A fascinating exploration of which countries offer promising investment opportunities for Americans now and in the years to come Most emerging markets investment guides focus on financial metrics, but fail to provide the reader with new and relevant insights into the history of the countries, the views of the people on the street, and the financial shenanigans that go on behind the scenes, that make for truly informed investing. As a result, despite the growing interest in investing in these markets, investors are often missing key opportunities because they either have incorrect information about a country where they might invest, or simply don't know what questions they should be asking.
Drawing on author Karim Rahemtulla's personal experiences traveling the globe and exploring the capitals where business is transacted, the book outlines the perils, pitfalls, and rewards of investing in "low float" markets. Other books in this series. Ready, Fire, Aim Michael Masterson. Add to basket. Family Fortunes Bill Bonner.
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Get Rich with Options Lee Lowell. The Reluctant Entrepreneur Michael Masterson. Changing the Channel Michael Masterson.
Gold Nathan Lewis. Automatic Wealth Michael Masterson. An Embarrassment of Riches Alexander L.