Hoping to beat the rush, I ordered my Rosetta Stone Portuguese language program last week, fully expecting Rio de Janeiro to win the 2016 Olympics bid. Pick pockets of the favellas of Latin America’s largest city were ebullient. A cheer even went up on the floor of Chicago’s CME, now that the denizens of the Windy City are dodging a monster tax bill. Of course, Obama was in a no win situation, with mud on his face for his failed pitch, and blamed for defeat if he didn’t go. There was never any doubt that the home of the string bikini and the banana thong was going to win. In order to justify the gargantuan cost of the modern games, the International Olympic Committee long ago turned this into an emerging market development program. The great news for investors is that corresponding emerging stock markets have a history of tenfold returns going into the games. Look at South Korea and China. Only the 2004 Athens games were a bust, the home of the Olympics building a games that were far more than it could afford. I have long been a fan of the country that is doing everything right, with a perfect demographic pyramid and a liberal pro business government fueled by resource and energy exports. I managed to catch a 270% leap for my subscribers in the ETF (NYSEARCA:EWZ) this year. I wouldn’t’ rush out tomorrow and buy on the news, as an impending global stock market selloff is likely to pull it down with everything else. But it definitely should be at the top of your “buy on dips” list.