Let's have a look at their growth, inflation and debt levels:
How about the stock markets in these countries, are they a good investments at this point?
To summarize, UK and US stock markets might be a bit overvalued at this point, given their debt levels, growth prospects and general market valuations. That's why I'm actively looking for short candidates in these regions. Hong Kong will do fine and still offers plenty of opportunities for the astute investor. India has it's problems, but there are hopes that the new government Narendra Modi might turn it around and restore it's growth to previous levels. Also, based on macroeconomic fundamentls, the country still looks healthier than the UK and US.