Good Investing Reading – 10 September 2013

Good morning to the Capital Orbit community.

I have an interesting mix of articles in this edition of Good Investing Reading.

 

Why Is Starbucks So Expensive in China? – The Atlantic

Tata Starbucks Ltd is a 50:50 joint venture between Starbucks Coffee Company and Tata Global Beverages Ltd. Tata Global is listed on the exchanges. This article has some pointers about how Starbucks in India might work in India on an aspirational buying plank.

 

The South Sea Bubble – Ritholtz

The South Sea Bubble was one of the earliest recorded bubbles in the markets. Here is a crisp article that describes how it came to life.

 

Some investors in India look to the stars for stock advice – Reuters

I have read articles in the newspaper that talk of stock market predictions based on astrology. I do not know the basis of this field, but it seems there are people who follow these predictions.

 

Asia’s real problem is boosterism, not Fed policy – Mint

William Pesek is one journalist that I like to follow. You will like this one. It talks not only about India but other economies which are usually clubbed in the “emerging” economies basket.

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