Finding the Hot Spots: 10 Strategies for Global Investing
Research Analyst, Riedel Research Group
January 13, 2007
Using the research techniques that he uses when working with his clients, Riedel offers a practical approach to investing in equities in emerging markets. For investors who want to go beyond mutual funds and do their own research, he provides the steps necessary to do the research. He will explain how currency fluctuations impact stock performance. He will discuss the various ways to buy foreign stock and why buying stocks individually is preferable to using funds, Riedel will also discuss the importance of knowing the shareholders and how the local governments view the companies and how to examine relationships such as who is importing and exporting from where DAVID RIEDEL is founder and President of Riedel Research Group, which provides independent equity research focusing on emerging markets Asia, Latin America, and Europe. Prior to founding this firm, Riedel worked as an analyst at Salomon Smith Barney in New York and Bangkok. While overseas, supervised a twelve-person research team covering telecommunications companies and other industries in Southeast Asia. While in New York, he covered business services stocks, including staffing and outsourcing, as well as small-cap growth companies in the automobile and motorsports industries.