The Elite Eight: The Countries With The Best Business Environments For Global Firms

Monday, January 24, 2011 07:24
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The Elite Eight: The Countries With The Best Business Environments For Global Firms

While many overseas investors focus on the BRICs – Brazil, Russia, India and, of course, China, one money management executive offers a different take on the search for solid global investments.

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Joseph L. Shaefer, CEO of Stanford Wealth Management LLC, writes in Seeking Alpha about the eight non-U.S. nations he believes offer the best global investment opportunities because they boast the highest levels of accounting standards, free trade, legal protections and corporate governance.


The idea behind the article is to invest in companies (or ETFs focused on these companies) that have global operations but are based in these eight nations. That way you gain the benefits of diversified emerging-markets growth while enjoying the safety of solid home-base operations.
 

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