Brazil, Russia, India, and China are at the forefront of many investors seeking to capitalize on the emerging markets, the BBC reports.
While stocks in these countries have dropped, many speculators are seeing this as a good opportunity to take advantage of currently undervalued assets. Investors are looking at the long-term potential versus short-term decline.
All four of these countries will have a higher GDP growth than the United States, according to JP Morgan.
…. Some other emerging market experts are looking further afield. Philippe Carre, global head of connectivity for SunGard’s Global Trading Business, says that some Eastern Europe countries, especially Poland and Rumania, are becoming star performers. These post-Soviet countries are seeing their exchanges grow, as more companies are listed.