Rebalancing Act: Going Against The Flow
Living in Southeast Asia gives me the chance to attend the Cambodian water festival.
Locals and tourists pack the streets of the capital city Phnom Penh, laughing as they splatter each other with water to welcome in the new year – but the fun often comes at a cost. Pickpockets roam the crowd, lightening the wallets of the unsuspecting.
Shake your head at the tourists’ naiveté if you must. But most investors also lose money in crowds. And it costs them far more than it does Cambodian tourists
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