As the emerging-market consumer continues to generate more disposable income one of the products they will look to purchase is an automobile. And unlike the developed nations, the growth potential is huge.
According to a 2010 study, there are only 35 cars per 1,000 people in China. Compare this with 100 in Brazil and 439 in the U.S. Sales could double and still not be close to the U.S.
Higher commodity prices and increased exports mean big bucks for countries providing these much-needed foodstuffs. And we’ve found a cost-effective way to benefit from this global trend without boosting your family’s grocery bill.
Which commodities will soar most? What countries will be the biggest beneficiaries? You can play them all in one single position. Today, we're giving you the goods on a “small” play that’s set to explode from the coming “ag boom.”