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Emerging Markets Archive

Emerging markets represent the biggest growth opportunity of our lifetime. Brazil, Russia, India and China (the BRICs) will account for 25% of global GDP in 2011, up from 11% in 1990. And by 2050, that figure will rise to 40%, according to Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS). Also, consider that public debt in industrialized countries is over 90% of GDP – and is projected to increase dramatically to almost 110% of GDP in the next five years, according to the IMF. By contrast, in emerging markets, public debt is equal to just 38% of GDP and projected to decrease to 34% over the same period of time. You simply can’t pass on this historic profit opportunity.

July 2015

Iran Nuclear Agreement Loser: U.S. Businesses

By - July 27, 2015

Tim Maverick explains how Iran is THE next great emerging market, and why U.S. corporations will probably be left behind.

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Play Emerging Markets E-Commerce With This Stock

By - July 20, 2015

Naspers’ investment in China’s Tencent has been profitable. Using the same recipe, it hopes to tap into other emerging markets.

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New Meat Cravings Drive Grain Demand

By - July 16, 2015

As incomes rise, the emerging world is developing a taste for meat. As a result, grain trade is reaching all-time highs.

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The Philippines: A Safe Haven for Investors

By - July 2, 2015

With a balanced budget and minimal reliance on monetary stimulus, the Philippines could offer investors long-term value.

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