More on Argentine Bonds

by | Oct 27, 2001 | Archives

As Argentina's affairs grow bleaker, the bond opportunity may mount.

Dear International Friend,

Argentina now has the lowest credit rating of any country in the world so any investment there contains great risk, but look at the rewards. Bond yields exceed 20% per annum and this return can be locked in for years. If the government does not default then the returns are just plain enormous. eClub advisor Steve Rosberg has

I certainly agree that emerging market bonds hold great potential now. Plus I like the way they solve an alternative to the stock market as a solution to the problem of falling interest rates.

In tomorrow's message we'll continue our review of emerging market bonds.

Until then, good global investing.