Posted on 08/02/2012
Yesterday, we put out a research report written by Dr. Theodore Modis titled "Long Term GDP Forecasts and the Prospects for Growth." If you haven't had a chance to read the article, I would encourage you to go back and read it. Dr. Modis discuss the GDP growth depicted by the S-curve, which is a natural growth process that will eventually reach its top point. While Japan has reached its ceiling about 20 years ago, developing countries such as China and India, on the other hand, are still in their early stage of growing, which means there are a lot of GDP growth potential to be had in the next couple of decades.
If we look at the investment world, there are certainly a lof of ETF options that provide exposure to China. One easy tool to accomplish searching for these ETFs would be to utilize the ETF Xray tool on AllETF.com. The image below shows a step-by-step process of how to scan for ETFs that invest in a certain region or country.