Why invest in the BRICS, when you can invest in the emerging markets of the future?

by , 22 February 2013

All eyes will be on Durban next month as South Africa hosts the fifth annual BRICS Summit. But that's not where your focus should be. According to investment expert, Gavin Fourie, the BRICS are the emerging markets of the past. The real profits lie in the emerging markets of the future…
“Who would’ve thought that the former ‘Third World’ countries, that used to be perceived as breeding grounds for war, famine, corruption and poverty-stricken standards of living, would become the stars of the world economy today?” asked Andani Thakhathi in MoneyMorning at the start of the year.
 
And he’s right, according to statistics, close to 75% of the world’s growth over the next few years will come from emerging markets.

Right now, emerging markets in Africa, South America, Eastern Europe and Asia are growing in excess of 6% per year. “When you compare that to the low growth of America and the negative growth rates in the European Union, you can see why now is the best time for you to invest,” in emerging markets.

Bye-bye BRICS, hello emerging markets of the future

But here’s the thing: When most people think about investing in emerging markets, they think about the BRICS – Brazil, Russia, India and China. They forget about the incredible investment opportunities emerging market opportunities in Africa , Asia, Latin America and even Eastern Europe.  
Discover the lazy man's way to living rich
It's the easiest million you’ll ever make!
Click here to find out all the details...



Right now, the emerging market ‘gold medallist’ is Korea, Ruchir Sharma, head of emerging market equities at Morgan Stanley told MoneyWeek.

He’s also a fan of Indonesia. And he’s not alone.

Fourie believes Indonesia is a great emerging market investment opportunity too.

The reason: Right now Indonesia’s middle class is 45 million strong. And this is set to double by 2030. “As all these people join the middle class they get mortgages, cars and credit cards… And they start consuming more expensive items… This fuels even more growth,” Fourie explains.

This is significant because unlike European countries, more than 60% of Indonesia’s $1.121 trillion economy is generated by domestic consumption – exports are only worth about 25%,” says Leon Kok of The South African Investor.

And this is the case with many other emerging markets of the future, including African countries like Nigeria .

Meanwhile, many investment experts have been heard saying the “BRICS aren’t what they were”. Growth has slowed and investments there aren’t flying as they once were.

Bottom line: Emerging markets like Indonesia and Nigeria are poised for enormous growth over the next decade. They’re one of the most exciting options anywhere for investors looking to add emerging market growth to their portfolios.


Investors Club Top Question:

Money Market Accounts

What is a money market account? [see the answer]


Top Top

Related articles


Comments
0 comments



Top Top

Trending Topics


Watch And Learn

Use These 2500 Year Old Principles To Become A Better Trader

Most Popular Articles




  Cut Out the Wolves of Wall Street with ETFs



Find out about the cheapest way to invest in the market and eliminate as many middleman fees as possible!

To download Cut Out the Wolves of Wall Street with ETFs click here now >>>






Five Forex Profit Patterns

Five Forex Profit Patterns

Discover how to avoid 5 years of trading mistakes and start banking R20,000 a month

To find out more about Five Forex Profit Patterns sign up here now >>>


 
  Forex 101: Why every trader needs to know the answers to these 14 questions

Forex 101: Why every trader needs to know the answers to these 14 questions

Discover an easy-to-use guide to simple and powerful Forex methodology that could change the way you make money

To download Forex 101: Why every trader needs to know the answers to these 14 questions click here now >>>





Four Ways to Profit From the Imploding Rand



As the rand continues to fall... The value of your wealth is falling with it.

But today, this all new report will show you how to profit from the ever imploding rand and reall grow your wealth.

To download Four Ways to Profit From the Imploding Rand  click here now >>>
  How to make R100K in 12 months



This FREE e-report will tell you how you can make R100K in 12 months while trippling your productivity and doubling your free time!

To download How to make R100K in 12 months click here now >>>






The 4 Best Ways to Invest in Gold



You can own your own 'pot of gold' without all the risks.

To discover The 4 Best Ways to Invest in Gold click here now>>>
  Good Debt vs Bad Debt




The GOOD DEBT SECRET report reveals: How to get RICHER using OTHER people’s money!

To download Good Debt vs Bad Debt click here now >>>







You can make a fortune from property starting with as little as R10,000



Did you know, you can make a fortune from property starting with as little as R10,000.

Property expert, Francois Joubert, will show you how in this new report click here now>>>


© 2014 FSPInvest.co.za. All rights reserved.

Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Our products | About Us | Disclaimer | Ask a Question | Glossary | Useful Tools & Resources

Disclaimer
Note that FSP Invest, a division of Fleet Street Publications (Pty) Ltd, is a research house and not a registered broker, financial advisor or financial service provider. Our editors and customer services teams also do not give personal investment advice. The advice in this website is general advice only and may not be appropriate to your particular investment objectives, financial situation or particular needs, so before investing or if in any doubt about your personal situation, you should seek professional advice from a stockbroker or independent financial adviser authorised by the Financial Services Board. 
We research our recommendations and articles thoroughly, but disclaim all liability for any inaccuracies or omissions found in this publication.
 
Remember: Never invest more than you can afford to spare and that the value of any investment, and the income derived from it, can go down as well as up. The past is not necessarily a guide to future performance.
 
Editors or contributors may have an interest in investments commented on in this newsletter. However they have signed restraints to prevent the abuse of their position as contributors to this publication.
 
© Copyright 2014 Fleet Street Publications (Pty) Ltd. Registered in SA No: 1999/019170/07, Vat No: 4430185282
powered by
Fokus Digital Services