Let's examine why investing in South and Central America as U.S. companies 'reshore' could be the next big thing -- and let's explore several funds to consider.
From time to time when it has appeared to be cheap enough, this has been a rewarding foray into a risky world.
Argentine farming company Cresud and specialty retailer Fossil Group are up by double-digit percentages so far this year.
Traders comfortable buying shares in a Brazilian company could probe the long side of GGB at current levels.
Here's how to play PSMT -- a spin-off of Price Club's operations outside of the U.S. from its 1993 merger with Costco.
Brazil is incredibly blessed with natural resources and uniquely blessed with a central bank that wants to quench the fire of inflation, not stoke it.
But instead of complaining about -- or even worse, ignoring -- price spikes, invest in them.
If you're looking for exposure outside the U.S., and to protect yourself from raging inflation on a global basis, here it is.
Here's where I'd look to be a buyer of the stock. On the options side, the market is a little on the thin side, but it is playable.
For now, China's infrastructure-led stimulus efforts are helping drive demand for iron ore at a time when production is under pressure.