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2 Countries to Invest in as the Dollar Falls

2 Countries to Invest in as the Dollar Falls

Stocks went straight up last week after election day. And it looks like that will continue this week, as investors react to news of a projected Biden victory and an effective vaccine.

The U.S. dollar, on the other hand, took a nosedive. And as you’re about to see, that could signal big opportunities in certain emerging markets.

In today’s installment of Your Money Matters, Ted Bauman and Clint Lee show you the charts that explain why … which countries are poised to soar … and how you can extract the most profits.

Looking Past the Election

Watch today’s video to see some of the best profit opportunities that these extraordinary circumstances have created.

You’ll also discover:

  • The charts that reveal the best play for short-term stock market gains. (1:17-5:24)
  • Details about two emerging market countries set to outperform the rest. (5:24-8:33)
  • One simple reason why offshore stocks are a smart bet right now. (9:07-11:02)

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Good investing,

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Angela Jirau

Publisher, The Bauman Letter

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