Hi, my name is Reid Kirchenbauer. I’ve scoured Asia for over a decade to find the region’s best investments. Some of the fastest growing nations on the planet are in Asia. Because of this, there’s opportunities here which can’t be found at home. I can teach you how to…
Diversify abroad and reduce your dependence on the western world.
Optimize your portfolio by investing in frontier market economies.
Buy property in places like Cambodia, which is surging by over 7% per year.
Find venture capital and private equity offerings in emerging industries.
Trade stocks in countries like Vietnam, which has many undiscovered gems.
OUTPERFORMING THE MARKET ISN’T SO HARD
Most financial advisers are less informed about global investments. They’ll tell you that a 7% to 8% return is all you can ever hope for and that you can’t beat “the market”.
They don’t understand that there isn’t just “the market”. From Japan, to Vietnam, to Armenia, there are many different markets. Some have opportunities and returns which can’t be found at home.
In some places, even bank deposits are able to earn over 10% interest annually. Real estate, private equity, and stocks can make even more money.
True. It can be more difficult to invest in emerging economies on the other side of the world. But it also comes with greater returns. InvestAsian eliminates the difficulty and barriers to entry.
HOW INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY CAN SAFEGUARD YOUR WEALTH
A wise investor would never put their entire net worth into a single stock – it’s just too risky.
So why do many people not invest outside their home country? Just like owning a single asset is risky, having your money in one place will dangerously expose you to its currency, economic, and regulatory risks.
By owning the right global investments, you’ll reduce your risk while generating more profit. Asian frontier markets are less correlated with western economies, often boast returns which are far higher, and can help maximize diversification.
Some people falsely believe that international assets are riskier than “buying local”. As most people who owned stocks in 2008 would know, the opposite is true.
Cambodia, for example, hasn’t had a single recession in over two decades. It skipped the Asian Financial Crisis of the 1990s, missed the tech-bubble of the early 2000s, and outgrew the Global Financial Crisis of 2008. Cambodia, along with several other places, has a rare combination of growth and stability.