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Marco
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Marco
January 27, 2009 3:17 pm

This is Robert Hsu’s premier service, covering all of Asia, not just China. It’s also pretty expensive, considering most of the trade recommendations can be found on this very site for free. If you follow any of the “Asia” related publications you will find most of the Asia Edge companies, that is to say no real undiscovered gems with this service.
They are mostly medium or large cap companies and he’s fairly diversified with his coverage, covering Russia, China, India and several smaller countries. He is very good with his analysis but not terrific with his timing, so you need to use your own judgment on when to enter and exit his recommendations. This is a bit of a sleepy service, coming once a month and the company list is fairly stagnant, with few new companies added or taken away.
I found it over-priced. Most of the recommendations have been hit pretty hard, so getting in now should prove to be quite profitable in a year or two, when the market recovers. Many of the companies have lost 50% or more during the past year.

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May 9, 2009 6:10 pm

Stocks are high momentum for those who like the volatility.
Research is good and compelling.

Many picks coming monthly. Far too many to watch and follow.

If you make up your own list and watch closely and frequently, you can eliminate them as they start to fall.

You must also devise your own asset allocation program, as its impossible to select all the recommendations without your own mutual fund staff. These stocks are far too volatile to buy and hold, in my opinion.

In short, although there are the occasional alerts to sell stocks, this would need to be a separate timing service.
I think the style is to provide many choices, hold them, and sell off postions as you go. You need very ample assests to play this strategy.

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