Tony Fernandes, the founder and major shareholder of Asia’s leading budget airline, can teach investors a great deal about making big profits from low-cost businesses, says Lars Henriksson.
Articles written by Lars Henriksson
Emerging Asia’s economic growth is being increasingly financed not by Western banks, but buy local players. Lars Henriksson explains how you can get in on the action.
Talk of ‘tapering’ by the US Federal Reserve has hit emerging market stocks hard. But despite the panic, the long-term outlook hasn’t changed, says Lars Henriksson. And if history is anything to go by, markets should soon bounce back.
Many investors have given up on emerging markets. But not Lars Henriksson. For the patient, persistent investor, he says, there are big profits to be made over the next decade or so.
Too many investors are content to focus on developed markets such as the US, UK and Europe. But Western economies are being transformed by emerging markets. And only by changing how we view the world can we profit, says Lars Henriksson.
Asia’s Mekong region is set to be developed, with vast infrastruture projects planned. That means excellent opportunities for canny investors. Here, Lars Henriksson picks two of the best ways to profit.
One of Asia’s most successful businessmen has taken a big gamble on Africa. Lars Henriksson looks at how the ‘sugar king’ aims to help the continent to unleash its true growth potential – and what investors can learn from him.
Democracy is on the march in Southeast Asia and optimism pervades the Malaysian stock market, says Lars Henriksson. Here, he explains how you could profit.
South Korea has announced a ‘National Happiness Fund’ which will wipe the slate clean for millions of the country’s indebted citizens. Lars Henriksson asks if the same idea could work in Britain.
Big funds in Asia are only interested in big stocks in big markets. That leaves plenty of scope for you to nip in and a steal a bargain, says Lars Henriksson.