The Bull Hunter: Tracking Today’s Hottest Investments

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The Bull Hunter is a personal road map to making big money in the days ahead–retirement-level wealth that only early investors can enjoy. Influential global market analyst Dan Denning reveals what readers can unearth exceptional short- and long-term profit opportunities. He outlines numerous techniques to mine raging bull markets and extraordinary profits in emerging countries, sectors, industries, and companies that are just beginning to flourish. He also shows readers how to protect themselves from disastrous risks, get in on the stocks of hard-asset companies, profit from the fastest growing economies in the world, and more.

Introduction:

The world is in the process of shifting from one in which the United States is the primary engine of international growth to one in which there are multiple engines. This process will not be comfortable for investors and retirees who expect the investment prospects of tomor-row to be like the opportunities of the past decades. The United States is in the midst of a long-term secular bear cycle. Given the high valuations of the broad stock market, stock market returns are likely to be modest at best in the next 10 years. U.S. bond investors are faced with low interest rates and the serious potential for rising rates, which is not a good environment for bonds.

But that does not mean investors need despair. As the saying goes, there is always a bull market somewhere. There are opportunities awaiting the investor who is willing to do a little extra homework. In The Bull Hunter, we get to peek over Dan Denning’s shoulder and look at his homework notes, so to speak, as he travels and searches the world looking for opportunity. While it may not be a smooth ride, the long-term trends that are now in play are setting up opportunities every bit as big as the U.S. stock and bond market in 1982.

Less than 20 years ago, China and India were mired in socialist governments and devastating poverty. Their entrepreneurs were not welcome in the halls of government. That has now changed. The desire of billions of Chinese and Indians to achieve middle-class sta-tus is one of the most compelling stories in recent history and will be one of the greatest potential builders of wealth of the new millen-nium. As an example, we are told that only two decades ago there were less than 60 cars in private hands in all of China. Now they pro-duce that many every four minutes.

They will need commodities like iron, cement, nickel, aluminum, and copper, to list a few among a host of metals required as they build out their cities and homes. Where will an energy-hungry world find the power to enable such a fierce drive to improve their lot in life?Just the need for energy and raw materials to supply them is enough to create whole new bull markets. And when you add together the populations of the nations sur-rounding China and India, you find another billion people with the same goals of improving not only their own lives but those of their children!

But the story is not just one of an improving environment for commodities and energy. There are far more bull markets that will be born in the coming years both at home and abroad, as entrepreneurs throughout the world will find new products and ways to serve their customers. There are intriguing new investment vehicles like the exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and other new funds, which Dan talks about, that allow us to invest locally and safely while giving us an opportu-nity to be part of the global growth story.

These new bull markets are an opportunity for us to participate in this powerful new wave of free markets and capitalism. In a world where information is at our fingertips, we should not limit ourselves to yesterday’s markets and our own backyard. There is now an entire world we can search for value, seeking out opportunities to improve our own portfolios and net worth. The Bull Hunter is a good start.

Contents:

  • DEBT, DEFICITS, AND THE DOLLAR: AMERICA’S KILLER DS AND WHY THE OLD INVESTMENT STRATEGIES DON’T WORK
  • A BULL HUNTER’S SOLUTION TO THE DOLLAR CRISIS
  • ETF STRATEGIES IN ACTION
  • THINKING THE UNTHINKABLE: ETF OPTIONS STRATEGIES FOR A DANGEROUS WORLD
  • THE MONEY MIGRATION
  • THE DRAGON IN THE PIN-STRIPED SUIT
  • BOMBAY DREAMS AND ECONOMIC REALITY IN INDIA
  • INSIDE THE DECISION CYCLE: THREE FINAL STRATEGIES FOR INVESTING IN TOMORROW’S STOCK MARKET
  • WILDNESS LIES IN WAIT

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Format

PDF

Pages

240

Published Date

2005