You fill a short questionnaire that will allow determining your risk profile while we help you open a broker account in Vietnam.
As soon as your broker account has been opened and you have transferred money into it, our team starts to design your portfolio.
We will send you our recommendations by email and we may also call you if you need extra help. We will send you a list of stocks that we highly recommend and a list of second choice stocks in case you are not willing to invest in our first choices for any reason. You can request a report template at email@example.com.
We constantly monitor the markets and contact you immediately if any action is required.
A straightforward process
Because our clients have made a lot of money over the years.
Because buying stocks abroad is not always an easy task especially in emerging countries and we have the required expertise and local knowledge that makes the difference.
Because thanks to our service you remain the only person having access to your money at any time.
Because you will not have too many transactions to complete.
Because our fees are 100% performance-related. You pay us only if you make money!
Our Advisory portfolio service includes:
Advice on asset allocation,
Constant monitoring of market fluctuations,
Ongoing proactive advice including proposed changes to portfolio composition,
A detailed monthly report which will replicate the format of our reference portfolio available on our website.
Why choose us?
A world-class team
Advices are free for the first 12 months.
Once the 12 month period is over, if you have made profits you will receive an invoice that you will be free to refuse to pay.
If you refuse to pay the invoice, we will simply stop providing you advice, which will not prevent you in any way to continue trading or to close your account and send back the money to your country.
Many prospective clients are surprised by our fee system and especially the fact that our clients can potentially benefit from our advises for 12 months for free. Many find it too good to be true.
Our fee system works because of the quality of our service.
Indeed, as of today, none of our clients has ever refused to pay an invoice.
This is simply because our clients realize that our advises make them gain much more money than what the service costs them.
Our most successful service is our Advisory Portfolio Management service that currently focus on how to invest in the Vietnamese stock markets.
A thousand years ago, the centre of the world was in Asia, just north of India and west of China.economic
Today, it seems quite clear that the world’s economic centre of gravity is shifting back to Asia.
Vietnam is ideally located in South-east Asia. It has a long coastline with many ports and shares a border with southern China, and is thus close to large metropolitan and economic hubs such as Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Guangzhou. Its geographic position is one of its many assets and has encouraged firms to massively invest in the country.
More importantly, Vietnam has indisputably a strong growth potential. In fact, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers it has a potential growth rate of almost 10% per annum in real dollar terms that could push the country up to around 70% of the size of the UK economy by 2050. Over the last few years, the country has successfully strengthened its global economic positioning and its stock index has performed extremely well. The country has succeeded in curbing inflation and increasing exports which clearly suggests that it is in a strong position to continue its march toward full economic development.
Vietnam has an abundance of low-wage labour and a young and bright population. The median age is just under 28 years and nearly 70% of the population is between the ages of 15 and 64. In recent years, English has become more and more popular as a second language. English study is now mandatory in most schools and is seen by the population as being an important factor to land better jobs. Consequently, many Vietnamese study English at their own initiative in their spare time which stands in stark contrast to places like Thailand and Indonesia.
Locals’ wages typically average less than 100 USD per month which is in part due to the fact that about half of the country’s labour force still works in agriculture.
Vietnam has been undergoing extensive economic reforms over the past several years, contributing to an increasingly popular destination for foreign direct investment. The financial system and wider economy is maturing rapidly, driven by the rise of private sector banking. In addition, social instability risk is low and the country has even less of a threat of terrorism than China.
Of course, the picture is not all rosy. Despite its successful recent reforms, Vietnam has still quite high levels of economic, political and financial system risks. As with many countries emerging out of a period of tight economic control by the state, Vietnam suffers from a lack of transparency, slow bureaucracy and corruption. Never forget, however, that risk and return potential go hand-in-hand. There's no reward without risk.
At Anh Thomas, we strongly believe that Vietnam offers one of the strongest and most compelling investment cases in the world. Vietnam has a large, young consumer base, an improving per capita income and strong economic growth. The population is young with a high literacy rate and labour cost is still low. Compared to its peers in Asia, the Vietnamese stock market is undervalued when one compares compound annual growth, price earnings ratio, price to book value and many other technical indicators.
We believe that the Vietnamese stock market offers a lot of opportunities for foreign investors and that the best is yet to come!
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