The AAII San Francisco Chapter presents...
"Investing in China: Opportunities and Challenges"
Henry Zhang, co-manager of the highly regarded Matthews China Fund, will discuss his views on investing in China. He will examine many of the topics that dominated headlines in 2010, such as China’s real estate market, the rising cost of labor and the process of providing health care to this vast population. These are key issues in the U.S. as well, but in China they occur on a scale that presents both great opportunities and equally great challenges for investors. Mr. Zheng will also discuss the impact of current reforms to the country’s banking and health care sectors, as well as the shift toward more service-oriented businesses, and how these factors have affected the overall economy and investment opportunities for foreign investors. Considered the largest Asia-only investment specialist in the U.S., Matthews International brings enormous insight to this fascinating world economy and believes that successful investing requires both a long-term view and active management.
Henry Zhang, CFA
Portfolio Manager, Matthews International Capital Management LLC
Investing in China: Opportunities and Challenges
President, Alexander Perry Corporation; Author, “The 25% Cash Machine: Double Digit Income Investing”
Jump start your income portfolio in 2011 by getting the latest recommendations from high yield expert Bryan Perry. Bryan will showcase his favorite investment themes for the year. He will introduce his easy-to-understand approach to investing in a diversified blended portfolio that pays a current annual yield in excess of 10%. Bryan will show how the use of dynamic sector rotation within the universe of high-yield assets can be a successful formula in both rising and falling interest rate environments. Given the likelihood of future inflation, learn how to maximize returns in an up interest rate market to stay ahead of cost of living increases. Bryan combines his insights into dividend-paying investments with in-depth fundamental research.
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