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Frontier Investor: How to Prosper in the Next Emerging Markets (Columbia Business School Publishing) Hardcover – October 25, 2016
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Frontier Investor is terrific. This book is great for anyone interested in investing in the next frontier. It is also excellent for those who want to understand the growth potential and human consequences for these many diverse countries and their people. It is really brilliant and a tour de force. (Michael Spence, winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize in Economics)
A must-read for cutting-edge investors. (Marek Belka, president of the National Bank of Poland and former prime minister of Poland)
A brilliant and entertaining book that teaches the why, how, and where to invest in the new emerging markets. Dimitrijevic is the grand master of frontier markets investing. Read this book. (Tony Robbins, best-selling author of Money, Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom)
A fascinating primer for the investor, businessman, diplomat, or anyone else with an interest or duty to perform in the world's rapidly emerging 'frontier' nations and markets. Dimitrijevic's message, deftly delivered through a combination of insightful statistics, entertaining vignettes, and hard-won personal experience, comes through clearly: 'Do your homework and think broadly to understand the forces at play.' A must-read guidebook to the world's changing economic landscape. (General Stanley McChrystal, (ret.), former commander, Joint Special Operations Command, and senior fellow, Yale University's Jackson Institute for Global Affairs)
Marko Dimitrijevic writes about a fascinating topic with the depth that only someone who has done it for years can have. Frontier Investor tells stories of success and failure―much of it poorly appreciated, all of it insightful. Pick it up and read it. (Arminio Fraga, former president, Central Bank of Brazil and founder, Gávea Investimentos)
An inspiring point of view. Dimitrijevic's experiences across Europe, Asia, and Latin America make him ideally suited to tackle the investment challenges of this rapidly changing world. (Aleksander Kwasniewski, former president of Poland)
Dimitrijevic presents a solid, practical, and trustworthy guide for those interested in the wide range of opportunities frontier markets, such as Colombia, have to offer. (Álvaro Uribe, former president of Colombia)
Frontier Investor is a well-researched book, complete with detailed examples. It belongs in the library of every global investor. (Reading the Markets)
Dimitrijevic skillfully argues that lucrative opportunities do indeed exist in many so-called risky frontier markets... (Emerging Market News)
[Marko Dimitrijevic] makes the case that frontier markets, which account for 19 percent of the world's GDP, are essential to a globally diversified portfolio. (Worth)
Where are the next decade's greatest investment opportunities? Veteran investor Marko Dimitrijevic argues that they can be found in frontier markets, which account for seventy-one of the world's seventy-five fastest-growing economies and 19 percent of the world's GDP. Frontier Investor shows through colorful case studies, compelling charts, and fascinating travel anecdotes that it is not only possible but prudent to invest in these unfamiliar and undervalued options.
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I found this book very easy to pay attention to and understand. I never got bored (which happens often in investing books). The content is serious but is presented more in the form of stories and vignettes and examples. This kept my attention and I learned a lot.
I would love to visit some of these "frontier markets"; not as a leisure tourist but following the author's approach to get on the ground and see what is going on.
Aside from actually spending time on the ground in these frontier markets yourself, the only way to truly appreciate their potential and the massive changes taking place there are through the eyes and experience of someone who has. This book details those journeys and experiences with a rare combination of insight and tangible examples to give the reader a unique perspective into why these markets are important for every investor and follower of financial markets to pay attention to for decades to come.
Highly recommend this book.
I love books on investing, and I especially love books with charts. A picture is worth a thousand words. The first three chapters of this book each have six to eight charts—pie charts, bar charts, stacked area charts—which really help to visualize the points the author is making.
The population pyramids in chapter 4, though—I kept flipping back and forth between them. I had never seen these before. They are fascinating. Once I saw these, I understood why young countries like Nigeria and Bangladesh will have an advantage over aging countries like Germany and Japan (and soon Korea and China).
The central thesis of his book is that investors should allocate a portion of their portfolio to frontier markets because this is where the growth and opportunity are today and will be tomorrow. Marko supports this thesis well, and this book should convince investors to increase their exposure to frontier markets.
Marko is a true maven of markets; how they work, how to analyze them and how to profit from them. His breezy style of writing makes complex and deep market insights seem simple, obvious and understandable. Marko throughout the book tells readers how he analyzed actual markets and investments, and reveals the tools and processes he used in detail. There is a wealth of practical information in every chapter that can be replicated by other investors to invest not just in frontier markets, also emerging and developed markets.
Marko tells us about investments he made that did well as well as mistakes he made which makes the book more believable and approachable.
This book should be on the bookshelf of any serious investor and studied in depth.
I think I liked this even more; it gave me some really good hard facts to show how new markets can out perform the US/Europe markets I’m familiar with. And I found his case studies really made it easier to follow.