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Higher returns with less volatility.

Small cap stocks perform better -along with less volatility, so explains today" s Wall Street Journal, the Asian Edition of March 26 "07.

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Original member postings from the recent past.

Here are some original member posting from our Member Forum. has an active member forum monitored and always answered by Paul Renaud himself.

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US news articles on investing overseas.

Recently a number of new articles have been published in the US about investing overseas. Yet, the ones I have seen only cover half this topic. Why?

Author Matthew Rand reporter of Forbes just did the same, and so I felt compelled to here answer.

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Listing of Recent Member Articles.

Here is the list of the last dozen articles we published for our members during the past 2 months. Select older articles are released for all to view however the best and timeliest is kept only for members.

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Investor lessons from around the World.

High and regular cash dividends, more then anything else, is what matters most. See more solid evidence on why for years we got a great investor theme going; on and around the smaller cap. high dividend yielding, Thai value shares. Low P/E" s, above average growth rates along with high...

paulren's picture -- Member lounge has a quality member lounge. Here regular postings are made by members and PR himself. Questions are answered, comments are evaluated and tossed around -and actionable viewpoints are shared on an ongoing basis. No comment by any member is ever censored! The member lounge, seperated by 7 different topics....

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Value investing in Thailand has special significance.

“When investing in Thailand, individuals as institutions should focus on what Thailand does best. And the favored list does not necessarily include banking, finance, communication and/or energy stocks” says Paul  Renaud.

Despite what the Thai brokers may say, there are numerous lesser known stocks that have enough liquidity for individuals and select institutions to...

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Institutional feedback given by other professionals.

Here are some short comments given unconditionally to Paul Renaud when asked if they had anything to say.  Of course, no comments or feedback has been omitted nor changed from this inquiry.

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Bangkok Post and the Nation Newspaper.

"Paul, have you ever considered contributing a weekly or bi-weekly column to the Business section of the Bangkok Post.  I often see articles from outside contributers on the SET.   I am sure the business editor is aware of who you are and of your credentials. I am just wondering if...