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Market Tips: Take Profit on Asian Property Investments

CNBC.com
Monday, 19 Oct 2009 | 5:42 AM ET

Global stocks began the week in positive territory Monday as the dollar dipped against major currencies and another wave of corporate results is due out this week.

Experts told CNBC that it is time to take profit of Asian property investments and that the Chinese stock market has become comoditized.

Take Profit on Properties

It is time to take profit on Asian property investments, says Matthew Nacard, head of property research, Asia at Macquarie Securities.

Making a Commodity of China

The problem with the Chinese stock market is that it has become commoditized, says Fraser Howie, author of 'Privatizing China: Inside China's Stock Markets'. He speaks to CNBC about the need for markets to value individual companies.

China Autos to Overtake US Market

China's auto market is set to overtake the U.S. as the world's largest auto market this year. Ivo Naumann, managing director at AlixPartners Asia, tells CNBC China will remain in that lead for the next 2 years.

Invest Money in Asia

Asia is the place to invest your money, says Stuart Shrimpton, director at Intelligent Investments. He tells CNBC that he sees a V-shaped recovery for Asia.

Hang Seng Index Losing Momentum

The Hang Seng Index is a liquidity-driven market and is losing momentum, says Peter Lai, director at DBS Vickers Securities.

Go For Global Techs & Materials

Buy global techs, materials and Asian consumer plays, says Clay Carter, head of international equities at Perennial Investment Partners as he speaks to CNBC on the opportunities in the equity market.

Banks Are in the Spotlight

Watch out for the banking sector as it is set to perform well, says Par Magnusson, senior analyst, Danske Bank.

Optimistic on Developed Markets

Mikio Kumada, executive director, LGT Capital Management explains why he is bullish on developed markets.

Good Plays in Emerging Markets

Brazil and Indonesia are good plays for emerging markets, says Stuart Shrimpton, director at Intelligent Investments.

Don't Stay in Cash

Don't stay in cash now, say Andrew Pease, investment strategist at Russell Investments and Chris Selby, MD of wealth management for Australia-New Zealand at Merrill Lynch. They explain why the fixed income sector is still attractive in this installment of Protect Your Wealth.

Betting on Gold

If currencies continue to depreciate, gold will be a good bet to go into, says Stuart Shrimpton, director of Intelligent Investments.

Gold Market is Dollar Driven

The gold market is led by the greenback, says Peter McGuire, managing director at CWA Global Markets.

Natural Gas Prices To Increase

Natural gas prices will increase over the years as demand for it rises in emerging markets in Asia, suggests Peter McGuire, managing director at CWA Global Markets.

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