Isaiah Schulze quoted in WSJ on Vietnam
Commenting for an article in the WSJ about developments in Vietnam’s equity markets, Isaiah Schulze remarked that:
“I think the most probable explanation is that investors are closing out profitable positions from the last year or so in preparation for the possible volatility that may hit the market with the slate of upcoming IPOs,” said Isaiah Schulze, an associate at Schulze Global, a frontier-markets fund that manages several hundred million dollars in assets. Schulze, based in Singapore, hasn’t yet invested in Vietnam.
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