From Wall Street to the Great Wall: How to Invest in China


  • Pages: 224
  • Format: PDF
  • Published Date: 2007


From Wall Street to the Great Wall shows you how to safely invest in the expanding Chinese economy. Filled with in-depth insight and expert advice, this book provides you with a step-by-step template on how to cut across cultural, language, and geographical barriers and identify potential investment opportunities in one of the hottest markets in the world.


This book presents an overview of the current situation, the background, and the potential for investment in China and in its potentially lucrative industries. Equally important, the book provides suggestions for exactly how capital can be invested without having to move funds overseas.

In many countries, including the United States, the complexity of opening accounts in foreign countries, working with stock exchange rules dissimilar to their domestic exchanges, and managing risks is simply too extensive. As a consequence, many investors who desire multinational asset allocation or who recognize the potential in China’s market have simply decided that, without more knowledge, it is not prudent to attempt to move funds into that market.

This book shows you how you can invest directly in China’s emerging growth boom—without the complexity and risk associated with investing overseas. Using domestic outlets, you can become an international investor. This book explains not only how to move money into the Asian market safely and easily; it also provides you with vast resources for analysis and identification of profitable companies and industries.

We present information to you in two sections of this book. Part I, A Premise for a New World View, demonstrates how China is emerging as the leading economic power in the twentyfirst century. In Part II, Methods and Strategies in the New Market, you will discover exactly how China is growing and which industries are the strongest.


  • An Economic History of China
  • Worldwide Change and the Globalization of Investments
  • Economic Forces at Work
  • Emerging Investment Themes: Global Supply and Demand
  • Stock Markets: Domestic and International
  • An Investor’s Road Map into China
  • Developing a China Strategy
  • An Analysis of Chinese Stocks and Funds
  • The World of Tomorrow
  • Research in the New Global Investment Environment