Marko Dimitirijevic: Frontier Markets are a Good Investment Opportunity

Marko has written an article on Gowanus Lounge about the investment opportunities which lie in frontier markets. Frontier markets make up 71 of the 75 fastest-growing economies. But they get little attention from investors. Read what Marko Dimitrijevic has to say on Gowanus Lounge.

2020-07-22T05:30:34+00:00July 15th, 2020|Emerging Markets|Comments Off on Marko Dimitirijevic: Frontier Markets are a Good Investment Opportunity

Three Things About an Active Management Plan (Passive Vs. Active Investments, Part 2)

Read part 1 of Passive Vs. Active Investments in Frontier Markets here.  So, you’re ready to be the hero, to discover that final frontier or stake your claim in the unknown territories of the wild west. Slow down, cowboy — as my book Frontier Investor: How to Prosper in the Next Emerging Markets explains, there [...]

2017-06-15T15:22:14+00:00June 15th, 2017|Blog, Emerging Markets|Comments Off on Three Things About an Active Management Plan (Passive Vs. Active Investments, Part 2)

4 Common Myths About Frontier Markets

The frontier is a concept laden with symbolism, especially here in America. The romantic notion we have of an unspoiled land, a place fraught with great danger and great opportunity, has captivated minds since they’ve existed. The potential for huge growth grabs our interest, while the many unknowns ought to scare away those with weaker [...]

2017-06-19T15:35:44+00:00May 30th, 2017|Blog, Emerging Markets|Comments Off on 4 Common Myths About Frontier Markets

Emerging Markets: Still Taking Cues From Oil Prices?

Emerging Markets used to correlate strongly with oil prices, not anymore. Which is logical given the fact that many of the largest EM such as China, India, Korea , and most of Southeast Asia are beneficiaries of lower oil prices, while the beneficiaries of higher oil prices are Russia, Nigeria, and The Persian Gulf countries [...]

2017-06-19T15:35:44+00:00May 21st, 2017|Blog, Emerging Markets|Comments Off on Emerging Markets: Still Taking Cues From Oil Prices?