Harnessing the power of emerging Chinese markets with strategic money management

Coastwise Capital Group | Scott Kyle

China's wealth poses opportunity for savvy global investors.

By Scott Kyle

As the U.S. struggles to get its economy back on track, China is undergoing an economic surge – and while that may not sound like good news for local investors on the surface, there is in fact plenty to be learned (and earned) by blending smart investment strategies with the burgeoning power of emerging global markets.

According to a recent Bloomberg financial news report, China’s millionaire class is on a swift and steady rise, with numbers set to double to 2.8 million by 2015. Studies conducted by the Julius Baer Group and CLSA Asia Pacific Markets show China’s millionaire population poised to hold $8.76 trillion of the anticipated $15.81 trillion total shared between the wealthiest individuals in China and Thailand, Taiwan, India, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines combined. Government officials indicate that state and private investments were responsible for the impressive 9.5% expansion in China’s second-quarter gross domestic product; and thanks to a booming industrial sector, rising retail sales and enhanced aluminum and copper production, that expansion is expected to continue  into the  near future.

Combined with projected currency appreciation, China’s economic and industrial vitality make it the top contender among Asian markets going into 2015, with India coming in second and South Korea growing steadily in third. With so much of the continent’s wealth concentrated in just a handful of markets, savvy money managers across the globe are now looking to hone in on Asia’s wealthiest locales. As Bloomberg reports, 84% of investment managers plan to focus their assets on the Asian markets – a trend that reveals a shift in traditional high net-worth investments  and presages a new focus on emerging markets, not only in Asia, but in Latin America, the Middle East and North Africa as well.

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Despite spectacular asset growth in recent years, China still trails behind the U.S., Japan and Germany in terms of wealthiest populations worldwide. That being said, it may be within new and emerging markets — as opposed to established economic powerhouses — that investors have the unique opportunity to benefit from the latest and swiftest growing industries, and to transfer isolated expansion in one nation to markets across the globe. At Coastwise Capital Group, we maintain a commitment to customized management and individualized service; and that includes investments for those looking to capitalize on emerging market growth. Our highly skilled investment professionals aim to both educate our clients and open up new opportunities to high net-worth individuals: to learn more, visit us online: www.coastwisegroup.com.

The information in this article is strictly for educational and illustrative purposes and is not an attempt to furnish personalized investment advice or services.

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1 Comment for “Harnessing the power of emerging Chinese markets with strategic money management”

  1. matt wyer

    The global economy has something to look forward to in the next few years as Asia comes to rely on its own economic growth instead of the sluggish West. The growing middle class is hitting the threshold income level at a rapidly accelerating rate, largely increasing the purchasing power of Asia and China especially. Because these citizens live in cities large enough to be accessible by large multinational companies it would be pertinent to conduct investment research on these emerging markets.

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