this follows my interest in emerging & frontier markets & associated investment strategies, including Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) & American Depositary Receipts (ADRs).

which has lead me to found a blog network Emerging Voice

principle areas of interest outside of BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) are Middle East & North Africa, ANZAC, SE Asia, Latin America, Baltic States & Central & Eastern Europe.

I tend to focus on commodities, telecoms & energy / oil plays … but have the odd flight into uncharted territory.

Hope you enjoy your visit.

I am interested in performing link exchanges with bloggers that complement MSV, so feel free to drop me an email : mystockvoice (at) gmail.com

5 responses to this post.

  1. Paul, thanks for the follow on twitter! Could you contact me as I’d like to see how we can work together.

    Brad Stafford
    Director of Marketing

  2. Posted by Guryog Ghuman on July 14, 2009 at 5:41 pm

    nice blog paul! i look forward to contributing to your blog. do let me know if you need any ideas or assistance

  3. Paul:

    I’d like to congratulate you on the blog. Its coming together well and I really enjoy the content. I believe there may be a big opportunity present between both of our companies that I would like to speak with you about. Please contact me at jon@investingchannel.com. Look forward to speaking with you.

  4. Paul –
    Someone pointed out your comment on Sober Look from this summer about a possible collaboration. Happy to discuss.

    All the best

  5. Nice blog Paul. I’m a heavy follower.
    Carlos (Consultant Value Added)

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