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From the Hardcover edition.
Introduction: Catching the China Ride 3
1 Investing: From Mao Caps to Small-Market Caps 15
2 Risk: The Perils of Success 37
3 Companies: Let a Thousand Brands Bloom 63
4 Energy: Not So Black 81
5 Transport: Paving the Way 103
6 Tourism: Up, Up, and Away 117
7 Agriculture: Have You Invested Yet? 141
8 Health, Education, Housing: Serve the Masses 167
9 Emerging China: The People's Republic of Tomorrow 187
Posted August 10, 2008
As a big Jim Rogers fan, I am amazed to find myself giving his book a 1 star rating. While his first 3 books were excellent, this book should never have been published. The book gives a very cursory rehash of the 'China is the next great super power' argument (which I believe is true) and then just gives long lists of random Chinese stocks with short and shallow rambles in between stock lists. The book makes it clear that the listed stocks are not recommended stocks, just a long list of all the Chinese stocks that the author could come up with. It¿s obvious that no research was done on the stocks listed and most have no more than 1 paragraph on them describing what they do.
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Posted January 14, 2011
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