Foreign Investor

  1. Although several may try to describe the U.S. stock market as “fairly priced,” value-oriented investors recognize the lofty premium for what it is.

    Where Are Foreing Markets Compared To U.S. Stocks?

    Although several may try to describe the U.S. stock market as “fairly priced,” value-oriented ...
  2. Alibaba IPO: Why List In the U.S.?

    For companies like Alibaba, a U.S. listing can provide some benefits that they can't ...
  3. What is Alibaba?

    Alibaba might not yet have the name recognition of other ecommerce players like Amazon, ...
  4. Navigating E-commerce: Alibaba, eBay and Amazon

    Amazon, e-Bay and Alibaba were each game-changers in global e-commerce, with each ...
  5. Introduction To Asian Financial Markets

    We look at the history of Asia's financial development and how investors can get ...
  6. Investing Beyond Your Borders

    Investing abroad poses risks, but can also help you diversify. Discover ways to invest ...
  1. Investing In India: Strategies And Top ETF

    Given the robust economy, economic scale and strong performance so far this year, ...
  1. American Depositary Receipt Basics

    Thanks to American depositary receipts, investors now have a world of investing opportunities ...
  1. I am a non-U.S. citizen living outside the U.S. and trading stocks through a U.S. ...

    The tax implications for a foreign investor will depend on whether that person is classified as a resident alien or a non-resident ...
  2. What does the law say about non-U.S. citizens buying stocks of U.S. companies? Are ...

    The law is very fuzzy on the matter of who may own U.S. securities and for what purpose. The U.S. follows the common law ...
  3. Does a company's American depositary share equal one share of common stock?

    American depositary shares (ADS) come into play when a foreign company wants its shares to trade on a major American exchange. ...
  4. What parties are involved in the creation of an American depositary receipt?

    An American depositary receipt (ADR) is a legal certificate issued by a recognized U.S. bank that represents a specific number ...
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