TheStreet.com TV's Gregg Greenberg recently reported the Allianz NACM Emerging Markets Opportunities Fund (AOTAX) has returned an average of 42% annually over the past three years.
13% of the fund's portfolio is in Brazilian stocks.
"Brazil is a good to country
From Cheap Oil-Services Stocks: Geographically, Brazil is a key source of new demand for deep-water rigs, especially with the recent discoveries in the region. Brazil along with Angola and India are three major developing basins of business for rig companies. In the past six months, PetroBras has discovered three super-giant oil fields in Brazil's offshore Santos Basin. If the estimates of 33 billion barrels in reserve from Carioca-Sugar Loaf prove correct, then this ranks as the third-largest oil field in the world after Saudi Arabia's Ghawar (66 billion barrels) and Kuwait's Greater Burgan (46 billion barrels). This oil bonanza is in addition to the other two new Brazil finds, Tupi and Jupiter, which are estimated to contain about 6 to 8 billion barrels each. With these estimates, Brazil may now hold the world's eighth-largest conventional oil reserves. This is a paradigm-changing event. Some
China Watch: A Sizzling Brazilian Play (Video) Brazilian company Vale, the world's largest producer of iron ore, is actually one stealth China play that you should consider jumping on. Watch the video. For more on China, check out " Investing in China: What You Need to Know."
From Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Brazil Rocks: According to Cramer, the Brazilian economy has a lot going for it. "Brazil is a country in charge of it's own destiny," he said. Cramer noted the Brazilian currency, the Real, is one of only a few currencies that's appreciating in value. Even billionaire investor Warren Buffet is long the Real, he noted. Cramer also touted Brazil for its energy independence and abundance of natural resources. Read the full article.
From Emerging Markets Still Show Promise: David Lazenby, portfolio manager of the $560 million Legg Mason Emerging Markets (LMEMX) fund believes the outsized gains may be over, but there are still solid returns to be had in so-called less-developed countries, primarily due to improved
From 'Fast Money' Recap: Brazil Booming Chart of the Day
From Virginia Tech's $5 Million 'SEED' Scores With Brazilian Stocks: While the stock market may be giving us a rough ride domestically, growth is still a reality in emerging markets like the BRIC countries. Many of SEED's top performers are foreign companies listed in the U.S. as