Your Next Great Investing Opportunity Is Just 90 Miles Away

Just 90 miles south of Key West, Florida, is a tropical paradise — with pristine beaches, beautiful mountain vistas and, of course, some of the best cigars in the world.

It also promises to be one of the most-unique emerging-market investment opportunities that we’ve seen in years.

For the names of two companies that stand to become beneficiaries of growth in this exciting region, plus many more sectors that are just waiting to soar — not to mention the name of this incredible emerging opportunity — be sure to watch today’s video!

Best wishes,

Rudy

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Video Transcript

Hi, this is Rudy Martin for Uncommon Wisdom Daily.

Just 90 miles south of Key West, Florida, is a tropical paradise — with pristine beaches, beautiful mountain vistas and, of course, some of the best cigars in the world.

Cuba has been forbidden to U.S. visitors and investors for the past 50 years, but it’s possible that could eventually change. If it does, we may see one of the most-unique emerging-market opportunities in years.

Last week, in his welcoming speech to Pope Benedict XVI in Havana, Cuban President Raul Castro blamed the U.S. embargo for crippling the island, but he also highlighted the social and economic changes he’s instituted recently.

They include: Eliminating food rationing subsidies; cutting 500,000 public-sector jobs; opening up private-enterprise opportunities for small businesses; permitting sales of homes, cars and other big-ticket items; lifting restrictions on mobile-phone users; and many other reforms.

Critics argue that these changes are unlikely to stimulate much growth, because Cuba is not a consumer-led economy. Its GDP is about $114 billion per year, and it imports 80% of its food, as well as all of its petroleum, machinery and chemicals.

In order to get much-needed foreign currency, Cuba relies on international tourism. Cuba’s 2.7 million annual visitors bring in more than $2 billion a year. And if the United States does eventually lift its embargo, it could easily draw another half-million visitors.

In that scenario, Cuba would almost certainly get additional investment from companies like the Spanish hotel chain Sol Melia, which manages a couple dozen properties on the island. Already, Air France-KLM and other airlines are capitalizing on tourism from Canada, Europe, Russia and Latin America.

But don’t book that commercial flight just yet. Resistance to lifting the U.S. embargo is high, especially from the Cuban-American community in South Florida. So while other Latin American countries are increasing pressure on the U.S. to lift its restrictions, I don’t see anything changing in the short-term.

But even still, many non-U.S. companies are ramping up investment in Cuba, offering some large commercial opportunities. For example, China has become Cuba’s number-two trading partner after Venezuela. Meanwhile, Brazilian companies are investing $800 million to modernize the port of Mariel and bring back Cuba’s sugar industry. And Spain is leading a consortium to explore for oil off Cuba’s northern shore.

Ultimately, it’s going to take more reals, rubles, euros, pesos and yuan to make Cuba into a vibrant economic force in the Caribbean. But investing in the first mover companies, those that are already positioned to benefit from recent changes, may be the easiest way to make a profit on Cuba’s newest revolution.

I’m Rudy Martin for Uncommon Wisdom Daily. Thanks for watching.