…GEO Investing: China, obviously, is a hotbed of economic activity. Unfortunately, by the time we find out about a Chinese stock trading on U.S. exchanges, it’s often too late to join the party. That’s where GEO Investing (www.geoinvesting.com) can help. According to GEO, most publicly traded Chinese companies get listed on U.S. exchanges via reverse mergers with existing U.S. listed non-operating shell companies. In other words, the Chinese firm avoids the lengthy IPO process by taking over a U.S. company that is already listed, but has no real business, and begins trading using the U.S. ticker symbol.