FAQ


  • What is The Churchouse Letter?

  • The Churchouse Letter is a general circulation, subscription-only publication. We aim to deliver no-nonsense analysis and interesting investment ideas away from the noise, restraints and commercial interests of the general day-to-day financial media.
  • Will you be able to provide me with personal investment advice?

  • No. We are analysts and journalists, not financial advisors or brokers. The goal of our research is to share insights, ideas and opportunities that you may not be aware of. You shouldn’t make any financial decision based solely on what you read here. It’s your money and your responsibility.
  • Will you be able to provide me with personal investment advice?

  • No. We are analysts and journalists, not financial advisors or brokers. The goal of our research is to share insights, ideas and opportunities that you may not be aware of. You shouldn’t make any financial decision based solely on what you read here. It’s your money and your responsibility.
  • I live in the United States, why should I care about Asia?

  • Two words: diversification and growth. Asia is home to 60% of the world’s population, or approximately 4.3 billion people. Asia’s share of GDP is predicted to double to 52% by 2050. In a world starved of growth, this region offers some of the brightest opportunities for investors. With decades of regional experience, extensive Asian networks, and the freedom to operate independently, we are perfectly positioned to bring our global readers unique insights and investment ideas. Remember, diversification is critical to any successful wealth building strategy.
  • Can I trade Asian stocks and securities from a non-Asian brokerage?

  • We don’t just look at Asian stocks, however, nearly all brokerages offer access to Asian markets. Moreover, many of the larger cap companies we talk about have U.S. listings, which are easily tradable.
  • Do you publish anything other than The Churchouse Letter and Peter’s Perspective?

  • Not at the moment. Our efforts are currently focused on these two publications. However, we aim to bring a higher value small-cap service in the near future.
  • Do you mind if I share your reports with my friends?

  • We politely request that you don’t make a habit of it. Subscription fees finance our efforts to bring you the best investment analysis possible. More subscribers mean we can work on reducing subscription fees, and adding more resources to provide better research and ideas.

Whilst we are diligent in checking facts and citing sources, inadvertent inaccuracies may occur. Accordingly, every investor should perform the requisite diligence on his or her investments.

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