Reuters Insider: Thai stocks have upside despite political coup

by A.Stotz Team, July 14, 2014

Thailand has been in a lot of turmoil recently, but what is the impact of the political instability on Thai stocks and what are the most attractive companies to invest in at the moment? Andrew discusses the Junta military coup (July 2014) and its effect on the stock market in Thailand. When a political consolidation, or coup, happens, established incumbent companies do better because peripheral companies pull back, so they actually improve in their profitability. See what Andrew has to say about it from an insider’s perspective, having spent more than two decades analyzing Thai stocks. He shared his latest findings on Investment Strategies.

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