By Ian WyattNEW YORK (
Your investing strategy? Buy shares of strong companies that provide fuels, iron ore and copper alloys to China, and you'll have a shot at moving up along the value chain with the world's most populous country. You don't need to be a Harvard Business School professor to understand that this strategy will help you achieve investment success. You just need to act. Further Reading: There is one fuel that eludes the headlines, and China is going after it in a big way. That fuel is Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). One of LNG's benefits over dry natural gas is that LNG is easy to transport -- meaning that shippers can deliver it to China's ports relatively easily. Right now, China and other undeveloped countries in Asia are lining up supplies of LNG to start being delivered in 2014. The big boy in this space is ExxonMobil ( XOM). But you won't see much of a change in the price of Exxon's stock as China starts to take delivery of LNG. To help investors really cash in on China's drive to increase its competitiveness, Small Cap Investor Pro Lead analyst Tyler Laundon and I recently uncovered a small exploration company with potentially huge LNG reserves. If these reserves are proved to exist, this company will be trying to move up its value chain and start exporting LNG to China and the rest of Asia. This company is a recent addition to the Small Cap Investor PRO portfolio. So recent in fact that we haven't even had a chance to update the coverage beyond our original research report on the company yet.
The report is only for paying subscribers, so you'll want to sign up here -- then go to our 'Weekly Letter' section and read 'The Best Oil and Gas Prospects are in the Undeveloped World. Disclosure: Ian Wyatt owns shares of Exxon Mobil in his investment account