Ask a Fool: Why Don't U.S. Investors Invest More in ASEAN Stocks?

In this video, as part of The Motley Fool's "Ask a Fool" series, Motley Fool Inside Value and Motley Fool Hidden Gems Australia advisor Joe Magyer takes a question from a Fool reader, who asks:

Why don't U.S. investors invest in ASEAN stocks listed in Australia? It seems strange that the U.S. investors put huge valuations on U.S.-listed Internet stocks but low values on ones listed in ASEAN countries such as Iproperty and Icar Asia. It just doesn't make sense.

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