From CNBC's nutbaggish Jim Cramer, to Fox's blond chicks in tight skirts, all the experts say it's a good time to invest overseas -- but how to do that, when "China" isn't listed on the NASDAQ? Inform your int'l moneygrubbing, with EmergeInvest
Just now in beta, Emerge compiles and graphics up data from 150+ world stock exchanges plus offers tips to help you invest in high-growth emerging markets like Mauritius, and other places you thought subsisted exclusively on air-drops of change-filled Unicef milk cartons. Start by browsing best/worst markets (Taiwan +5.93%, Kazakhstan -14.26%), or use the world heat map to find well-performing countries and stocks by day/week/month/quarter/year, revealing quantifiable losers (Zimbabwe's industrial index down 91% YoY) and winners (Up 81.3% YoY, Tanzania's Twiga Cement Company is EN FUEGO, BOOYAH!). Click to see a country's performance profile (top performing stocks, largest companies, etc) plus recent news, or browse markets by region and sector (Asian autos, global industrials, etc); in each case, Emerge offers market analysis (manufacturing growth, fixed asset investment, etc) by analysts from their affiliate blogs Alpha Sources and Global Economy Matters (clearly, Urkel's gotten down to business)
Emerge lets you save anything/everything to a personalized dashboard, plus offers contact info for US and international brokerages -- but sadly, no China@lycos.com.