Not Too Late to Invest in the Brazilian Stock Exchange

07.11.2016 • Emerging Markets

By Felipe Miranda – Word of the Strategist – (Brazil)

By the time you read this report, I will not be in the office.

After I take a short break, I’m going to NY to attend a seminar by Nassim Taleb on risk management, so I will not be able to take the time to give this report the attention it deserves to give you the kind of quality analysis you expect and deserve.

So I asked the different industry analysts to update our readers on the stock recommendations in Opportunities of a Lifetime series. There has been a lot of demand for this from our own subscribers, who were wondering if the previous recommendations were still valid.

I’m jumping the gun a bit here, but the answer to this question is… yes!

That said, I found some time to address each recommendation in one report.
That way everyone who took a position in that shocking Series will be taken care of. I want to make sure everyone gets fair and equal treatment.

Let me put this in context (especially for new readers) with a quick recap.

Last September, I advanced a new theory called Turn of the Hand, where I addressed the negative outlook I have maintained on the Brazilian Stock Exchange I since the days of O Fim do Brasil (The End of Brazil), and where I recommended investing in stocks.

No one wanted to hear anything about the stock exchange back then. We were down 45 points and there wasn’t even one financial analyst with an optimistic view Brazilian markets. We were the first to recommend buying stocks, and of course, everyone thought we were crazy. Not the first time that has happened, but no worries. It’s hard to accept new ideas. We prefer to be judged by our record, not by what is currently trendy.

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