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This Says Our Favorite Biotech Is Off to the Races

Shares of a promising biotech we recommended back in February 2013 – jumped as much as 27% to a three-month high of $14.20 yesterday after the company said a new cancer drug met its main goal in a midstage clinical trial.

Its shares backtracked a bit as the day progressed but still closed 17.6% higher for the session. These shares have advanced 361% since we first told you about them. The stock has generated a peak gain of 456%, making it one of the 31 recommendations we’ve made to you that have doubled or better since we launched Private Briefing in August 2011. (More on that later…)

  • As the Rescue of the Chilean Miners Shows, this South American Country is Superbly Managed and an Enticing Investment The efficient, well-managed rescue of the 33 Chilean miners was an affecting spectacle for the world. It also should remind us that Chile is a well-run country, and that in an era when commodities are ever more important to the global economy, it is becoming an essential part of investors' portfolios.

    To find out how investors can cash in on this emerging economic powerhouse read on...

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  • It's Time to Invest in Chile and Colombia – Latin America's Reigning 'Good Guys' Looking for the next emerging markets set to skyrocket? Look no further than Chile and Colombia. That's right, thanks to recent elections, these two countries are ready to lead growth in Latin America. Read this report to find out exactly where to invest... Read More...
  • Dr. Copper's Diagnosis: A Strong Recovery As stocks have slipped lower over the last three months, copper has bucked the broad trend and broken the pattern of lower highs and lower lows it set in the spring.

    After bottoming on June 7, the iPath Dow Jones-UBS Copper Subindex Total Return ETN - which closely tracks copper futures - has gained more than 12.2%. In the same span, the Russell 2000 small cap stock index has lost 0.6%.

    The red metal is nicknamed Dr. Copper for its ability to peer around the corner and act as a leading indicator for the global economy. And right now, the commodity with a Ph.D. in economics seems to be saying the future looks bright. Is the trend set to continue?

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  • It's Time to Invest in Chile and Colombia – Latin America's Reigning 'Good Guys' For decades, investors with an interest in Latin America were essentially limited to two choices: Invest in countries that were moderately badly run; or invest in countries that were truly dreadfully run.

    Most recently, it's been the "dreadfully run" group that seems to be attracting new members: Bolivia, Ecuador and Nicaragua have subscribed to the economic and political doctrines of Hugo Chavez's Venezuela.

    However, two elections this year have created a new category of Latin American country - the "truly well run" class - and installed the first two members: Chile and Colombia. As investors, we should rejoice, make them part of our portfolio, and keep an eagle eye out for other countries that may join this promising new category - the "good guys."

    For an overview of the two Latin America stocks to buy now, please read on... Read More...
  • How to Profit in Any Kind of Market When it comes to the global financial crisis, many so-called "experts" think the worst is behind us. But I don't buy it.

    And I'm not alone.

    Just look at what some other big-name investors - each also known for their independent thinking - are saying or doing right now:

    • Bond king Bill Gross is nervous and raising cash.
    • Author, commentator and global-markets guru Jim Rogers has repeatedly said that he's not investing in stocks anywhere in the world right now.
    • Hedge-fund heavyweight John Paulson is moving aggressively into gold.
    • And investing icon Warren Buffett - never one known for tipping his hand - is candidly stating that the U.S. financial-crisis cleanup is far from complete. The fact that he's reportedly buying more shares of Korean steel dynamo Posco (NYSE ADR: PKX) would punctuate this point.
    Indeed, entire nations - I'm thinking specifically of China, India, Brazil, Chile and one or two others - are adopting similar stances. And they're doing so for the same risk-fearing reasons. They want to grow their money but they don't want to place it at risk any more than we do.

    This kind of uncertainty can be paralyzing, making it tough to decide where - or even if - we should deploy our investments.

    Fortunately, we've been here before. And what we learned will allow us to profit no matter what the financial future holds for the U.S. marketplace.

    To learn the four secrets to investing success, please read on... Read More...
  • Four Ways to Profit From the World's Shrewdest Government Three powerful investment trends will separate the winners from the losers in the new year.

    • Global commodities prices will continue to move higher.
    • Emerging economies will outgrow their richer, more-mature counterparts.
    • And the countries that were stingy with their monetary and fiscal bailout plans will now reap the benefits; they will outpace the countries that slashed their interest rates to zero and allowed their deficits to soar.
    One country is poised to profit from all three of those trends. What's more, the political worries that always seem to diminish its allure to investors are poised to recede, making this emerging southern hemisphere heavyweight one of the premiere profit opportunities for 2010.

    I'm talking about Chile. Read More...
  • Chile's $17 Billion Sovereign Wealth Fund Diversifying; Investors Following the Money for Turnaround Profits By Mike CaggesoAssociate Editor Chile said it has begun diversifying its two sovereign wealth funds valued at more than $17 billion – with 20% to be invested in corporate bonds and 15% in stocks by the end of the year.  "We are in transition to a new strategy," Eric Parrado, International Finance Coordinator at Chile's […] Read More...