At an investment event called “the Alpha Hedge West conference” that took place in 2014, Gareth Henry made three predictions as to investing money into foreign countries. Gareth made the predictions that investing money into the countries of Brazil, Japan, and Scotland would be a great investment in the year of 2014. Gareth attended the University of Edinburgh in Scotland and is a graduate thereof with an actuarial mathematics degree. In 2007, Gareth became a member of the Fortress Investment Group, a company valued by industry experts at $63 billion at the time of the investment event. Gareth is a managing director of the Fortress Investment Group.
Gareth Henry predicted that no country would be a better place to invest in than Brazil in the year of 2014 in large part on the basis that the incumbent Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff will fail in her attempt to get re-elected by the citizens of Brazil. This failure on the part of President Dilma Rousseff to get re-elected would ignite a major rally of all the Brazilian assets. In support of this prediction of Brazilian supremacy in terms of the place to invest money in in 2014, Gareth made observation of the fact that the equity market of Brazil, the Brazilian currency, and the interest rates of Brazil all have returned profits to investors.
Gareth Henry also predicted that investing in Japan will return profits to investors in 2014 on the basis that Japan proved to be a great trade in the previous year, and he see no reason why the trend will not continue as there will be a stronger implementation of Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Abenomics in 2014.
Gareth Henry, in addition, predicted that investing in Scotland will return profits to investors in 2014 on the basis that the upheaval that resulted from Scotland’s failed independence vote has brought about many fantastic trade opportunities for investors in 2014.
Gareth Henry concluded with the suggestion that investors pay close attention to upcoming global geopolitics and political changes of the 12 months ahead on the basis that these changes could significantly impact global investments.