In a special edition of the Zacks Friday Finish Line, Content Writer Ryan McQueeney and Editor Maddy Johnson are joined by Jamie Anderson, the Managing Principal and co-founder of Tierra Funds LLC.
Tierra Funds rolled out the first ETF that invests solely in real estate investment trusts and real estate operating companies in the Latin American region: Tierra XP Latin America Real Estate .
Mr. Anderson joined the hosts to discuss this burgeoning real estate market, dispel some common misconceptions, and highlight how investors can start cashing in on the sensational growth his firm has identified.
Amongst other things, Mr. Anderson put the spotlight on the economies of Brazil and Mexico, two major players in Latin America real estate. As he points out, the shifting economic makeup and culture of these countries provides an interesting opportunity for investors right now.
Furthermore, Mr. Anderson touched on the Trump administration, which has clearly targeted America’s relationship with Mexico has an area that needs reform. Nevertheless, Tierra Funds thinks that Trump has had much less of an impact on the Mexican real estate market than one might think.
For investors who interested in learning even more about this marker, we urge you to check out Tierra Funds.
As a reminder, if you feel that we missed something, or if you want us to cover a different story, shoot us an email at email@example.com. Make sure to check out all of our other audio content at zacks.com/podcast, and remember to subscribe and leave us a rating on iTunes!
As always, thanks for checking out this week’s episode of the Zacks Friday Finish Line, and make sure to check back next week for even more news from the investment and financial world!
Stocks that Aren't in the News. Yet.
You are invited to download the full, up-to-the-minute list of 220 Zacks Rank #1 "Strong Buys" free of charge. Many of these companies are almost unheard of by the general public and just starting to get noticed by Wall Street. They have been pinpointed by the Zacks system that nearly tripled the market from 1988 through 2015 with a stellar average gain of +26% per year. See these high-potential stocks free >>