Wednesday, March 5, 2008 Printer - Friendly | PDF Version | Whitelist Us Q| Trouble viewing images? Forget China! c Investors Look to Singapore for Double - Digit Yields -- By Nick Lanyi For the most part, companies in fast - growing emerging markets like China pay little or no dividends. However, income investors can benefit by investing in other Asian countries that are directly benefiting from China and India's boom.
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QQQQ But there's a problem.<br><br> QQQQ If you're an income investor, then China and India are terrible places to search for high yields.Q For the most part, companies in these two emerging markets pay little or no dividends; they're too busy reinvesting cash into their businesses or acquiring competitors as they strive to keep up with the surging economy. Lock in 10% Yields With the Rarest Securities on Earth These securities are so unusual that people don't even know what to call them. They're not stocks, bonds, trusts, partnerships, ETFs or mutual funds.<br><br> At High - Yield Investing we just call them PCMs -- "Perpetual Cash Machines." They're so enticing that we're releasing an entire report. To get your copy, go here. 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Lock in 12% Dividend Yields by Partnering QQQQ So, how can income investors take advantage of economic growth in these markets, yet still lock in solid dividend yields?Q The answer is simple -- invest in other Asian countries that are directly benefiting from the economic boom in China and India.<br><br> QQQQ Asian Countries Deliver Big Gains QQQQ Not surprisingly, stocks in surrounding nations like South Korea, Japan and Singapore have delivered strong returns in recent years.Q The table below tells the tale, and the same phenomenal growth story applies throughout the rest of Asia. QQQQ As you can see, by and large, all of Asia is enjoying an economic boom -- thanks in no small part to what's happening in China and India.Q As these two economies have grown, trade with their neighbors has picked up, leading to increased demand for natural resources and other important exports from surrounding countries like Singapore and South Korea.Q This has fueled strong economic growth throughout the entire region. QQQQ And while the pickings are slim when it comes to high - yield stocks in China and India, many surrounding countries are loaded with high - quality dividend payers.Q Best of all, thanks to solid economic growth in the region, these dividend - rich firms are generating strong cash flows -- cash they're returning to shareholders in the form of steadily - growing dividend payments.<br><br> Enter:D Singapore QQQQ Although a number of Asian nations look promising in today's environment, Singapore remains one of my absolute favorite high - yield hunting grounds. QQQQ A tiny city - state made up of 63 islands but with a geographic size of just 272 square miles, Singapore masquerades as a geographic midget, but in reality it's an economic giant.Q The country has a population of less than 5 million and is less than half the size of Los Angeles, but it's one of the most business - friendly and efficiently run nations in the world.Q It's also a developed market with a high standard of living.Q On a per capita gross domestic product (GDP) basis, Singapore ranks above such countries as Spain, Portugal, and Greece and just behind Italy, Australia, and Canada.Q QQQQ The government recognized early on that it can't compete with China on labor costs for manufacturing.Q Nor can the country compete with India on price when it comes to certain services.Q Singapore instead re - focused its economy on high value - added industries such as financial services and technology.Q As a result, the country has become a key banking and financial services center within Asia, and it remains one of the highest - volume currency - trading centers in the world. QQQQ And the nation is taking steps to make sure it maintains its competitive edge.<br><br> Singapore has eased labor laws, making it easier for needed workers to emigrate there. Singapore has also enacted legislation to reduce its corporate tax rate to 18% starting with the 2008 tax year; soon its taxes will be among Country/Exchange 5 - Yr. Annualized Return Shanghai +31.7% Hong Kong +27.3% Singapore +24.6% South Korea +23.9% Japan +13.6% U.S.<br><br> (S&P 500) +11.9% *All data as of December 2007 with Major Oil Companies By Carla Pasternak February 18 , 2008 Ever wonder what it would be like to be a partner in a major oil business? Just think of the stable cash flows you could earn from the combination of $90 per barrel crude, billions in profits and the world's insatiable thirst for energy. The idea alone is enough to excite even the most cautious investor.<br><br> Read On... 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QQQQ Meanwhile, Singapore's enviable position at the intersection of various shipping routes has made its port one of the world's busiest for 300 years.Q As a result, Singapore's so - called "entrepot" industry -- duty - free importing and exporting out of the same port facilities -- provides the nation with a significant source of income.Q And thanks to Singapore's proximity to fast - growing Asian markets like China, the nation is one of the biggest beneficiaries of booming Asian trade. QQQQ Singapore's real estate industry is also in the midst of an incredible expansion.<br><br> With limited space, developers have constructed thousands of new homes, but values have still shot through the roof, as demand has outstripped supply.Q The same scenario has also unfolded in the market for office and industrial space. QQQQ Looking at the overall picture, Singapore's economy is soaring.Q The nation's gross domestic product has increased +6 - 8% annually over the past four years, with +6.5% growth expected in 2008 -- faster than almost every other developed economy in the world.Q If it manages that rate, then the country's stock market should continue to deliver robust returns. QQQQ Of course, if you've been following Singaporean stocks, then outsized gains are certainly nothing new.Q The tiny city - state has been one of the world's best - performing markets over the past five years .<br><br> . . QQQQ The MSCI Singapore Index has skyrocketed over +200% since 2003, delivering annualized gains of +27.6% and trouncing the S&P 500 by a 3 - to - 1 margin.Q I expect that outperformance to continue in the coming years thanks to the implementation of business - friendly reforms, as well as strong demand for exports to China.<br><br> QQQQ Capturing Above - Average Yields in Singapore QQQQ There are many compelling reasons to invest in Singapore.Q Aside from strong economic growth, the nation is also delivering abnormally high dividend yields.Q The average Singaporean stock is now yielding about 3.5% -- nearly 2X the level seen in the U.S.Q And remember, that's just the average -- many individual stocks in Singapore are now dishing out yields of 6%, 8% . . .<br><br> even 10% or more. QQQQ In the most recent issue of my premium newsletter -- High - Yield International -- I went in search of high yields in Singapore, as well as several other attractive nations in Southeast Asia.Q In the process, I profiled some of my favorite high - yield picks in the region, including a fast - growing company that is scooping up some of Singapore's most valuable real estate.Q Thanks to strong economic growth, real estate prices and rental rates are booming, helping this firm deliver +49% revenue growth and an impressive 9.0% dividend yield .Q QQQQ If you'd like to learn the name of this high - yielding Singaporean real estate play -- plus receive a steady stream of foreign stocks, funds and other + The Next Way the Government Will Make Investors Rich The StreetAuthority Investor Update is a free weekly newsletter designed to help you track down the market's most profitable stocks, funds, and ETFs.Q Sign up today and you'll also receive a free in - depth research report -- The Next Way the Government Will Make Investors Rich . investing ideas with abnormally high dividend yields each and every month -- then I'd like to extend you a personal invitation to try my premium international investing newsletter -- High - Yield International .Q Visit this link to learn more .<br><br> QQQQ Thanks for joining me on my search for today's highest - yielding securities! -- Nick Lanyi Co - Editor Global Dividend Opportunities GlobalDividends.com 839 - K Quince Orchard Blvd.Q Gaithersburg, MD 20878 - 1614 P.S. -- Don't miss a single issue!<br><br> Add our address, Editors@GlobalDividends.com , to your Address Book or Safe List. 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