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The Rise of the State: Profitable Investing and Geopolitics in the 21st Century [Format Kindle]

Yiannis G. Mostrous , Elliott H. Gue , David F. Dittman
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If you want to make money in the coming decade, you need to understand the two most powerful trends that are reshaping global markets right now: the growth of emerging economies, and the accelerating influence of sovereign wealth funds. Both trends share one crucial characteristic: they reflect the rising role of government actors, and make it more important for investors to understand geopolitics than ever before. These trends emerged well before the global financial and economic crisis, and that crisis has only strengthened them. In The Rise of the State, three leading investment advisors tell the hidden story of state investment power, and offer more than 70 specific investment recommendations you can start profiting from right now. The authors illuminate trends ranging from the new rise of Asia to the massive migration of individuals to cities worldwide - identifying implications and opportunities in areas ranging from energy to water, healthcare to education. You'll find powerful new insights into the surprising - and mostly positive - impact of sovereign wealth funds both within and outside the U.S. You'll also learn how to ride alongside these funds, understand their goals and strategies, and invest in the companies and industries they've identified as offering the greatest potential.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1802 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 304 pages
  • Utilisation simultanée de l'appareil : Jusqu'à 5 appareils simultanés, selon les limites de l'éditeur
  • Editeur : FT Press; Édition : 1 (21 juillet 2010)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B003WJRW5C
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)

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Par pnguemo
This book is book is very interesting, talking about every aspect of business all over the world, and how to be prepared for the next changes impacted by the globalization.
A mix of geopolitics, economics and business.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Mistitled in a way 12 octobre 2010
Par RenaissanceMan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is really about the rise of the State and Energy -- I think. It's a good book. I don't know if there are a ton of advice for the run of the mill middle class America, but if you're an avid trader or you do international investment or are just interested in international business, this book is certainly a fresh take on the rise of the state by some businesssmen who have a lot of experience in the industry.

I wouldn't take it as gospel but certain, it presents some very concrete advice and data points that should be taken into consideration. Consider reating it just be aware, it's not "just" about Sovereign Wealth Funds.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 informative but titled incorrectly 1 octobre 2010
Par John E. Drury - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In thirteen chapters, the authors dissect the age of commodities rather than state of the State and its rise. The book, cryptic and written in monotonous predictable sentences, reads like an investors' crib sheet with short overviews of oil, oil exploration, natural gas, coal, water, the impact of the BRICs and other Asian countries (Mongolia, Cambodia and Vietnam). The background of oil and natural gas is of interest, the prognostication on China and its future growth informative, and, the authors appear knowledgeable and enthusiastic about investing in emerging markets. But, anyone looking for an assault or analysis of the emergence of State controlled entities can search elsewhere.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 New Frontiers in Investment Opportunities 20 décembre 2010
Par Forrest Wildwood - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What do Countries do with all their excess foreign currency reserves? If they are smart, they invest them into resources that will, in the long run, make their Countries strong and self-sufficient. This is the major premise of Mostrous, Gue and Dittman's new book "The Rise of the State Profitable Investing and Geopolitics in the 21st Century." They have written an excellent look into the new trends that are developing in East Asia and the Middle East with the rise of what are called SWF's or sovereign wealth funds. They include the names of SWF and companies working in these new economies for investment consideration. As the major economies start heading in a downward spiral, these SWF's are becoming the new power brokers. Anyone that has watched the business trends over the years should realize how much power China holds with all that US debt. As their economy has improved, they have been steadily working on investing in other countries resources. One of the areas in the book that I found quite politically interesting was the author's explanation of China's five foreign policy principles especially as they apply to its' foreign investment in Africa. These policies of peaceful coexistence consist of mutual respect for sovereignty, mutual nonaggression, mutual noninterference in internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit. The authors compared this to the treatment that African Nations have received over the years from Europe and the United States. This is an interesting look at a win-win strategy that has so far served China well. The book shows that China is not the only player in these developing economies. They included India, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Russia and others. These burgeoning consumer nations have not been idle. While the West was looking for someone to blame for economic problems, they saw the "changes afoot and are quietly buying access to supplies of oil and natural gas." The authors show where all these trends are developing as well as the investment opportunities that exist in energy, water, healthcare and education. The book is easy to understand and follow without the need of a degree in economics. Well worth reading to better understand where the future of investing may be headed as well as what is happening to the world's economy. Great addition to the geopolitical, history and business shelf.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 A decent survey of the rising role of commodities in the 21st century 2 juin 2011
Par Shane O. Laake - Publié sur Amazon.com
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When I ordered this book I was expecting a focus on sovereign wealth funds and the implications of foreign governmental entities having a growing capital position in strategic multinational corporations, and while the first chapter started to go down that path the rest of the book did not. The rest of the book focused on the strategic commodities, their location in the world, and the corporations (including ticker symbols) who are key players. On the surface it's good material (if you ignore the mix up in expectations), but it really is rather shallow in detail and lacking any real analysis (a few off hand statements without any real meat). From an investor's standpoint, one could use this as a springboard for further research, but it's not at all enough to act alone on. Further complicating matters, the book almost reads like a compilation of loosely related chapters without anything that makes the whole greater than the sum of its parts.

Basically it read like a real sloppy halfhearted effort of some grad students and lacking the polish and clear voice of a work of true professional writing, and readers would be better served investing a bit more time and money in a subscription to The Economist (1-year auto-renewal), as it's short articles are packed with more information, better writing, and a more cohesive perspective than this book (both says a lot about the excellence of a magazine and mediocrity of a book).
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Current Energy State Report 24 octobre 2010
Par H. CHEN - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book has detailed world energy's production and consumption analysis. Besides oil, gas, coal, nuclear, wind and solar it also includes water. Clearly, the BRICS, the rate of energy consumption will be higher than those developed regions. In addition, Mongolia, Cambodia, Vietnam are on the horizon. Not only this is a good book for those who wants good understanding of current sate of world energy; But, it has those company names that are involed in the process.
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