If you ever want to eat a tuna sandwich again, don't go to a tuna factory. I visited one where they had two lines: one was the human food line and one was the cat food line - and they didn't look any different.— Mark Mobius
The most heartwarming Mark Mobius quotes that will transform you to a better person
What goes down usually goes back up, if you're willing to be patient and don't hit the panic button.
Sometimes, when there's too much traffic clogging up the road you need to take a different route. But following the same path as everyone else can stall your progress in reaching your investment goals too.
Shareholder activism is not a privilege - it is a right and a responsibility.
When we invest in a company, we own part of that company and we are partly responsible for how that company progresses. If we believe there is something going wrong with the company, then we, as shareholders, must become active and vocal.
The only way to consistently stay ahead of the game is to adopt a long-term view and, if appropriate, with a strong contrarian spin.
China and the U.S. have a very symbiotic relationship which will not decline any time soon. There are more shared interests as compared to shared differences and for this reason relations will continue to be good.
The secret to global investing is gaining an insight into the hopes and desires of the people who live and work in the countries you invest in.
When you consider the sheer magnitude of investable equities to choose from in the world's emerging markets, you realize that finding one that looks attractive enough to warrant investing your faith and assets in is as formidable a task as finding a needle in a haystack. Fortunately, researching investment opportunities is a lot more interesting than digging for needles in haystacks.
The safe time to invest is when there is blood in the streets.
Although investors have been concerned with China's slowing growth rate, China remains one of the largest and fastest-growing economies in the world.
There is definitely going to be another financial crisis around the corner because we haven’t solved any of the things that caused the previous crisis.