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During the last quarter of 2008, the Harvard University Endowment quietly overhauled its public equity investment portfolio. By the end of the overhaul, the top 10 positions in the portfolio looked like this:

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Chart credit: Paul Kedrosky

Most strikingly, seven out of the top 10 are emerging-market exchange trading funds (ETFs), with emerging-market index fund EEM and China index fund FXI the largest and second largest holdings, respectively. Year to date, EEM is up 24.55%, and FXI is up 20.85%. Comparatively, the S&P 500 is flat.

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The following link contains the complete list of Chinese ADRs with fundamental scores calculated based on Piotroski’s methodology.  Chinese ADRs listed in OTC markets not having financial statements  are omitted. For more information about Piotroski’s methodology please read his research paper – “Value Investing: The Use of Historical Finanical Statement Information to Separate Winners from Losers.”

http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dq62882_708t8nnsxp

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Michael Zhuang is principal of MZ Capital, a fee-only independent advisory firm based in Washington, DC.

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