Stocks in the “Anti-Greece” Are Beating the U.S. Market 7 to 1 — and the Gap is Widening
This small country, with fewer people than Florida, has been the world’s most consistent market winner of the past decade. We call it the “anti-Greece” because it runs its finances right: it’s a fiscally conservative free-market model to the world — with low spending and a balanced budget.
It has been growing 5%-7% for the entire past decade, blowing by Brazil, and now boasts the highest per capita income in Latin America. One investment is poised to profit more than any other from this remarkable story — and we’ll tell you about it below.
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