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Investment Opportunities In Chile

Aug. 07, 2018 12:20 PM ETECH4 Comments
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Sven Carlin


  • There are expensive stocks in Chile, but also some that are fairly valued.
  • I would avoid investing in an ETF and chose my picks carefully.
  • The best opportunities might be in the utility sector.

Chilean stocks (ECH) peaked in 2011, bottomed in 2016, peaked again in 2018 and are currently close to bear territory. When I see such volatility, I like to look at the individual components of a corresponding index ETF to see whether there are some stocks that have fallen unjustifiably.

In the video I discuss 10 Chilean ADRs traded on the NYSE that will give you an overview of the investment opportunities in Chile.

Chilean stocks are expensive, perhaps even more expensive than stocks in most developed markets. However, there are some cheaper ways to get exposure that also offer dividend growth potential. Enjoy the video and please check with your broker what is the withholding tax on your potential investments in Chile.

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Passionate about value investing! Education: PhD - A Real Value Risk Estimation Model for an Emerging Market Experience: Investment manager at Let it grow investments, Netherlands Assistant professor at the University of applied sciences Amsterdam, Netherlands Data researcher at Bloomberg, London UK

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