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Double-Digit Percentage Gains on the â??Final Frontierâ??

There is a way to boost your returns even more than in emerging markets by investing in so-called â??frontier marketsâ? — developing markets that are even smaller and more illiquid than their emerging market cousins.

Iâ??ve written before about how a boom in emerging market stocks is not a question of â??ifâ? but â??when.â? Catch a boom in an emerging market — India is a solid candidate for 2014 — and you can easily double or triple the returns you get from just sticking with mainstream U.S. stocks.

There is, however, a way to boost your returns even more by investing in so-called â??frontier marketsâ? — developing markets that are even smaller and more illiquid than their emerging market cousins.

Surprisingly, frontier markets may also offer the better long-term investment opportunity.

Read more about the profit potential in frontier markets at Eagle Daily Investor.

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Nicolas A. Vardy is the London-based International Economics Correspondent for Human Events.

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Double-Digit Percentage Gains on the ‘Final Frontier’

I’ve written before about how a boom in emerging market stocks is not a question of “if” but “when.” Catch a boom in an emerging market — India is a solid candidate for 2014 — and you can easily double or triple the returns you get from just sticking with mainstream U.S. stocks.

There is, however, a way to boost your returns even more by investing in so-called “frontier markets” — developing markets that are even smaller and more illiquid than their emerging market cousins.

Surprisingly, frontier markets may also offer the better long-term investment opportunity.

Read more about the profit potential in frontier markets at Eagle Daily Investor.

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