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May 22, 2015

Frontier Markets: Trinidad and Tobago

One of the best things I like about my job is exploring, both by reading and visiting, countries that aren’t just developing, but that are begging for that moniker.

One such country I recently read about in Site Selection Magazine is Trinidad and Tobago. According to the magazine’s latest edition, that country won an award for having one of the “Top Global Investment Promotion Agencies.” That piqued my interest and so I had to visit the website. I was pleasantly surprised.

No, the country doesn’t have a stock market and so is off limits, so to speak, to retail investors, but not to Foreign Direct Investing. Upon reading the information, I found out that the country has an unemployment rate of 3.8%, that the GDP per capita is north of $20,000, and that they have been given an investment grade rating of “A” by Standard and Poors.

Crude oil and liquefied natural gas are their main exports, probably because they are only six miles off the coast of Venezuela. And yes, they play cricket! Their manufacturing sector is dominated by the Food and Beverage sector at 53%, and a quick scan through the large global players showed one of my favorites, Coca Cola (KO).

As I have always maintained, if you want to know where to invest in the Developing World, follow Coca Cola! If you have time, and it’s Friday I’m sure you do, check out their website at Very interesting.


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Investments in Mutual Funds involve risk including possible loss of principal.

The Fund may invest in developing markets, composed of companies that are typically smaller and younger and therefore more volatile and riskier than established markets. Investment in developing markets could result in loss of principal. Single country (India), developing market risks involve the chance that world events, such as political upheaval, financial troubles, or natural disasters, will adversely affect the value of the securities issued by companies in individual foreign countries or regions.

Investing in mid or small cap companies can be considered riskier than investing in large cap companies. In addition, the size of companies comprising the Index, although midcap by India standards, would be considered small cap in the U.S. Currency risk involves the chance that the value of a foreign investment, measured in U.S. Dollars, will decrease due to unfavorable change in currency exchange rates.

Non-diversified fund status. Under the United States Investment Company Act of 1940 (the “1940 Act”), the Fund has elected to be classified as a “non-diversified” fund. Generally speaking, a diversified investment portfolio (spread among many investments with no substantial concentration in any one investment) is not as risky as a non-diversified portfolio.

Under SEC rules, the Fund is non-diversified and invests more than 5% of its total assets in one stock. Furthermore, the Fund invests in a single industry, the banking industry, and seek to replicate the India Bank Index. The concentration of a non diversified portfolio, investing only in banking stock, generally carries more volatility and risk than a diversified fund.