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Passport to Profits. Why the Next Investment Windfalls Will be Found Abroad and How to Grab Your Share

Emerging market investment advice from a seasoned pro Mark Mobius, the man the Wall Street Journal has proclaimed«the King of the Emerging Market Funds,» spends eight months of the year traveling the globe in search of hidden market bargains overseas and in Passport to Profits: Why the Next Investment Windfalls Will be Found Abroad and How to Grab Your Share, Revised Edition, he shares what he's learned. In a globetrotting tour taking you from the Baltic coast to Brazil, Mobius reveals his own experience-tested guidelines for investing abroad. Analyzing companies and new markets, identifying potential pitfalls and overlooked values, crunching numbers and meeting the local players, he knows where true growth is, and with this book in hand, you will too. Presenting a straightforward, practical investment philosophy based on one key, indisputable fact: that the rest of the world's economies have far more potential for growth than our own, Passport to Profits shows even the most casual investor how to view investing abroad, how to devise a global investment strategy, and the pros and cons of buying individual stocks or mutual funds. The development of stock market infrastructures in emerging economies has opened up potential for impressive returns, and this book is your guide to cashing in. Illustrates the four keys to determining if a country is investment-friendly and how to gauge political climates for great investment opportunities Analyses the 2008 crisis and its implications for the development of the emerging financial markets Explains the rules for investing abroad that too many investors fail to understand An adventurous and honest insight into the art of investing in emerging international markets, Passport to Profits provides the hands-on experience you need to balance the risks and reap the rewards of global investing, right from the comfort of your home.

Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited (USD)"

ISBN: 9781118153857

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Mark Mobius

Dr. Joseph Mark Mobius (born August 17, 1936) is a global investor and emerging markets fund manager, and is considered to be one of the leaders in the industry[1] as he has been involved in these markets for over 40 years.[2]



Joseph Benhard Mark Mobius was born to German and Puerto-Rican parents in Hempstead, New York. He earned his B.A. and M.S. in Communications from Boston University, and received a Ph.D in economics from MIT in 1964.[3] He also studied at the University of Wisconsin, University of New Mexico, and Kyoto University in Japan. He joined Templeton in 1987 as president of the Templeton Emerging Markets Fund (NYSEEMF), a closed end mutual fund, and there integrated his knowledge of new international markets with Sir John Templeton's disciplined, long term approach to investing.[4] This was the first emerging market equity fund available to US investors,[5] and Mobius' one key condition to take on this challenge was that Templeton must open its first emerging market office, which it did in Hong Kong.[5]

His current duties include managing over 50 closed-end and open-end mutual funds worldwide including 17 offices overseas.[2]

Before joining Templeton, Mobius worked at international securities firm Vickers-da-Costa, and later was president of International Investment Trust Company in Taipei, Taiwan. He once ran an independent consulting company that marketed among other things, Snoopy cartoon merchandise.

Born a U.S. citizen, Mobius was also entitled to German citizenship by descent. He renounced his U.S. citizenship and is now a German.[6]

Industry Recognition

Because of his in-depth knowledge of emerging markets, Mobius has been a key figure in developing international policy for emerging markets. In 1999, he was selected to serve on the World Bank's Global Corporate Governance Forum as a member of the Private Sector Advisory Group and as co-chair of the Investor Responsibility Taskforce.[7] He has also been featured as a speaker [8] for the World Bank in 1999 and has given seminars for many other groups, including for the Asian Development Bank in 2002[9] and as a motivational speaker for the London Speaker Bureau.[10]

As a recognized industry expert, Mobius appears frequently on financial industry television shows and networks, including Bloomberg, CNBC, MSNBC, and CNN, and has given/written thousands of interviews and opinion pieces over the years.

In addition, Mobius has earned numerous accolades from the investment industry.[2] Among them are:

  • One of "Top 100 Most Powerful and Influential People" by Asiamoney magazine. 2006.
  • "Emerging Markets Equity Manager of the Year 2001" by International Money Marketing, 2001.
  • "Ten Top Money Managers of the 20th Century" by the Carson Group, 1999.
  • "Number One Global Emerging Market Fund" by Reuters, 1998.
  • "1994 First in Business Money Manager of the Year" by CNBC, 1994.
  • "Closed-End Fund Manager of the Year" by Morningstar, 1993.
  • "Investment Trust Manager of the Year 1992" by Sunday Telegraph, 1992.

Mobius has also been given various humorous nicknames over the years, including the "Pied Piper of emerging markets",[11] the "dean of emerging markets",[12] a world "globetrotter",[13][14] and the Yul Brynner of Wall Street[15] due to his signature bald head look.

Mobius is also a regular monthly columnist for the Asia Tatler group of magazines , wherein he authors a column on "Wealth"[16]

A comic book on the life of Mark Mobius was published in 2007: "Mark Mobius - An Illustrated Biography of the Father of Emerging Markets Funds" is currently translated into six languages (English, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Indonesian, Thai and Japanese) and available in numerous countries. [17]

Selected publications


  1. ^ Business Week Mark Mobius: Global Pioneer. 1998.
  2. ^ a b c Franklin Templeton UK Mark Mobious: Manager Biography
  3. ^ http://alum.mit.edu
  4. ^ Franklin Templeton History of Franklin Resources, Inc.
  5. ^ a b Emerging Markets Magazine, October 2007.
  6. ^ http://www.nytimes.com/1995/04/12/us/some-of-rich-find-a-passport-lost-is-a-fortune-gained.html
  7. ^ World Bank Press Release. September 27, 1999.
  8. ^ World Bank 1999 Program of Seminars Beyond the Crisis: The Outlook for Private Capital Flows to Emerging Markets. September 1999.
  9. ^ Asian Development Bank Mobius' Curriculum Vitae. 2002.
  10. ^ London Speaker Bureau Profile on Mark Mobius.
  11. ^ Business Times Investment guru with the world on his shoulders. September 1998.
  12. ^ CFO Magazine The Global 100: Gadflies. June 28, 2002.
  13. ^ Canada National Post Silly Theme Funds. April, 2007.
  14. ^ The Motley Fool International Superstar Stocks: Why Invest Overseas?. November 15, 2005.
  15. ^ Federation of East European Family History Societies "Moebius". Investment Outlook. April 1999.
  16. ^ www.asiatatler.com
  17. ^ www.mobiuscomic.com

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