Investing On the Frontier

July 2011
Forbes Asia;Jul2011, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p58
The article offers information on the investment strategy of investment advisors Laura Geritz and Roger Edgley from Wasatch Emerging Market Small Cap. It is mentioned that Geritz and Edgley screen and visit around 6,000 small companies from across the globe and analyze them as investment options. According to them India, Brazil and Indonesia are the emerging markets for investments with special emphasis on consumer spending, financial services and manufacturing sectors.


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