Strong International Plays to Continue in '06

Glover, Hannah
December 2005
Money Management Executive;12/12/2005, Vol. 13 Issue 47, p1
The article reports that globalization will continue to offer opportunities for investors, fund managers and American multinational corporations in the next few years. According to Ronald W. Holt, Jr., managing director of Hansberger Global Investors Inc., the world is benefiting from globalization. While the S&P 500 index is likely to offer investors a 3% return in 2006, international markets will continue to yield double-digit growth. Not only do overseas companies have great growth potential, but many are well managed. These companies fulfill real demands and typically cost 30% less than American stocks.


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