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Profiting from Emerging Markets

  • William B. Gamble

Abstract

The emerging market story is certainly seductive. It is not just the investment banks of Wall Street that hear the siren’s song. Famous academics do as well. A good example is Professor Burton Malkiel, author of the legendary A Random Walk Down Wall Street, first published in 1972 and now in its 10th edition. He is Professor Emeritus of Economics at Princeton University and a leading proponent of the efficient market hypothesis, which since its publication has shaped much of the thinking about investments.

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Financial Time Develop Market Liquid Asset Efficient Market Hypothesis Corrupt Official 
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References

  1. 1.
    Burton G. Malkiel, “Emerging stocks offer better returns and less risk,” Financial Times, www.ft.com, September 19, 2011.
  2. 2.
    Tony Barber, “Greece pays price of scrutiny for help,” Financial Times, www.ft.com February 12, 2010.
  3. 3.
    Burton G. Malkiel, “Emerging stocks offer better returns and less risk,” Financial Times, www.ft.com, September 19, 2011.
  4. 8.
    Jamil Anderlini, “Corrupt officials took $124bn out of China,” Financial Times, www.ft.com, June 16, 2011.
  5. 9.
    Lex, “Emerging Markets: Decoupling Decoupled,” Financial Times, www.ft.com, October 4, 2011.

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© William Gamble 2011

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  • William B. Gamble

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