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Date: September 21, 2010
Subject: Grab Your Part of the World’s Fastest Growing Economy

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Grab Your Part of the World’s Fastest Growing Economy

Hotep G&G Readers,

As an investor you have to ask: Where do you want your money at work? Do you want your cash working for you in parts of the world where the economy is gasping in fits and starts? Where politicians and bureaucrats are groping for answers and generally implementing the wrong solutions?

Or, instead, would you rather have your money at work in a part of the world where the economy is growing nicely, where government is investor-friendly, and where capitalism reigns?

In Singapore, you find one of the world’s strongest currencies, the Singapore dollar, backed by one of the world’s largest currency reserves. You find modest government debt, strong investor protections, and a host of public companies that lead their industries in fields ranging from shipping and ports to oilfield services to water desalination.
Singapore is the perfect place to profit as both the local economy and the regional Asia economies continue to expand.

Making History, and Clearing a Path to Future Returns

Singapore just recently posted GDP growth of 19.3% in the second quarter compared to a year ago. That’s the country’s biggest expansion since Singapore began keeping records in 1975. True, such pace isn’t long for this world. Most observers, including Singapore’s Ministry of Trade and Industry, peg full-year GDP growth at between 13% and 15% – not that that’s disappointing.

That’s pumping a lot of money through the Singapore’s economy. And this is a highly developed, well regarded economy. Consider these fun facts about Singapore:

• Ranks as the world’s No. 1 most-open, most-liberal economy;
• Is No. 2 among economies with the best investment potential;
• And ranks No. 1 in Asia and No. 4 in the world for the lowest level of economic corruption.

These are the kinds of statistics that attract investors seeking profits, as well as those seeking safety outside the addled U.S. dollar.
The question is: How do you play the resurgent – and surging – Singapore economy?

Internal Sponsorship:

Do you have a Home-Based Business (HBB)? If not, Why? This is your quickest, safest and most assured way to get a GUARANTEED 25-35% ror on your investment. Remember, with a HBB you get to deduct over 422 business expenses. Without a business you get about 7-10 business deductions. Look at it this way…if you are in the 30% tax bracket (25% Fed & 5% state); for every dollar you deduct 30 cents goes to you. For every dollar you do not deduct 30 cents goes to Uncle Sam.

Somehow I think you can use the money more than your Uncle.

Give me a call and I’ll show you how to implement this strategy and keep 30 cents on every dollar by doing so as well. This is what you call SMART planning and investing.


Ways to Play a Growing Economy

If the world economy double-dips, Singapore will feel it again. But it will also be among the first to recover, because of the strength of its balance sheet and the demand for its exports.

Moreover, I’m certain Singapore dollar-based assets will not only hold their value over time, they will grow increasingly more valuable in U.S. dollar terms as the greenback slides.

Banking will clearly be a winner. Tourism companies benefit, as regional travelers in Asia flock to Singapore and its shopping and casinos. As such, an investor would be wise to look toward airlines as well as casino and hotel stocks.

Property stocks – and Singapore is loaded with REITs – will fare well, too. A growing economy attracts businesses and new immigrants, leading to housing and corporate office demand.

How to Trade Singapore Stocks Domestically

Now, I’d love for you to open a local account in Singapore, so you can get in the best companies offered there. But I know that’s not for everyone.

But there’s a problem trading Singapore shares in the United States. A few dozen do trade here, but they trade on the Pink Sheets. And the Pink Sheets is typically not the best place to buy foreign shares that aren’t big, multinational firms. Prices for foreign shares listed in the Pink Sheets are illiquid, exposing you to greater risks than buying overseas directly.

The best option outside the Pink Sheets is through this fund (NYSE: ????) operated on the NYSE. Top holdings are concentrated in banking, property development and transportation, among others. These industries will do very well during economic expansion.

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LEGAL NOTICE: This work is based on SEC filings, current events, interviews, corporate press releases and what I've learned as a financial consultant. Nothing herein should be considered personalized investment advice. It may contain errors and you shouldn't make any investment decision based solely on what you read here. It's your money and your responsibility.


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