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Emerging Markets Just Got Red Hot Again

Brazil managed to pull off the 2016 Summer Games, South America's first ever, free of major problems or disruptions.

The same can't be said of the country's politics or its economy, though. Massive budget deficits, rocketing interest rates, and a plunging currency are linked with a widening corruption scandal that's brought down the president of Brazil and spurred violent civic unrest.

That doesn't seem like a likely source of market-beating 44% and 24% gains, but that's exactly what our Brazilian plays have returned over the past 10 months – a time that's seen plenty of global investors run away from the country's 200 million consumers.

Clearly, not every investor is running out on Brazil. In fact, a few of the world's smartest, richest investors are making a beeline for Brazil… along with other, similar markets that offer better diversification, higher yields, and bigger gains.

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Global Markets

These Stocks to Buy Now Will Profit from the World's Next Hot Market - India

India is now the world's fastest-growing major economy, making it an ideal place to look for stocks to buy now as U.S. multinational companies seek to take advantage of the explosive economic growth there. According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), India's gross national product is expected to grow at a rate of 7.3% in […]

Here are some stocks to buy to profit from this trend...

Penny Stocks

Hot Penny Stocks This Week

A number of this year's hot penny stocks have soared by double digits since the New Year.

Their meteoric moves have far outpaced the lukewarm (if any) gains of major benchmarks and their components. The Dow is down roughly 4% and the S&P is off nearly 3% year to date, after gains of 26% and 32% respectively in 2013. The Nasdaq was up 1% until Friday's broad-based selloff left the tech-heavy index down an equal amount for the year.

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Acer Shows Why We're Hot On Asia

By Martin Hutchinson Director of Global Investing Research Gateway Inc. (NYSE: GTW), the PC retailer, was worth $27 billion in 1999. Now Taiwan PC-maker Acer Inc. is buying it for $710 million. That shows that even in the consumer-oriented PC business, U.S. distribution capabilities are trumped by Asian manufacturing skills and high-tech know-how. It’s a […]

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