Almost every investor wants to learn from Warren Buffett.
He’s contrarian and an intrinsic value hunter... qualities which have helped him deliver incredible wins throughout his remarkable career.
Like when everyone was bearish on railroads in 2009, and Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway bought BNSF Corp (whose net income has more than doubled since then)...
Like when everyone hated financials in 2008, and he poured $5 billion into Goldman Sachs (making a 289% return on the cost of the stock so far)...
Like when he was doubted for buying 1.3% of PetroChina in 2002 and 2003 (and made a $3.6 billion gain by 2007)...
In fact, the overall gain in the per-share market value of Berkshire Hathaway from 1964 to 2016 was 1,972,595%...
Over the same period, the S&P 500 delivered an overall gain of 12,717%, with dividends included.
Here’s a question.
The Sage of Omaha has said the stock market cap to GDP ratio is “probably the best single measure of where valuations stand at any given moment.”
It’s been called the “Buffett Indicator,” and in the US, that’s currently 132.9%—just below the peak of the 1999 tech bubble.
With the US stock market so overvalued right now, you need to look elsewhere.
Yet many have a tough time committing to investing abroad. With geopolitical risk at the forefront of investors’ minds, it’s easy to understand why.
But the truth is that geopolitical risk is widely misunderstood.
The truth of the matter—call it the “Friedman Indicator”—is that many countries believed to be safe havens are actually in deep trouble.
And many countries reviled by mainstream consensus are overflowing with opportunity.
With Geopolitical Futures’ innovative three-step global investor plan, you can ensure that while other investors are ducking landmines and missing out on golden opportunities in unloved countries, you’re flourishing.
Sound complex? It’s not—it’s actually very simple. Here’s how you do it.