Three Stocks Teased for “Next Chinas” Profit

What's in the Next China Growth Portfolio being touted as a feature of True Wealth Opportunties: China? Bryan Tycango teases "three easy-to-buy 'next China' opportunities that could rise by hundreds of percent or more"

By Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe, October 1, 2020

Bryan Tycango has been covered in these pages before, but last year he moved over to Stansberry… and that presumably means we’ll be hearing a lot more from him, thanks to Stansberry’s dramatically larger marketing budget. I covered teaser pitches for his Asian Growth Stocks newsletter, which was pretty heavily promoted during the “China miracle” years and brought to the surface some pretty successful speculations (if you traded them fairly nimbly), including Travelsky Technology, Tata Motors and Nagacorp.

So what is it, pray tell, that he’s touting these days in ads for Steve Sjuggerud’s True Wealth Opportunities: China? Apparently, Tycango is building a “Next China Growth Portfolio” for that newsletter, and he hints at his three favorite picks in this teaser ad. They’re currently selling the letter for $1,500, with no refunds (that covers two years, after which it renews at I don’t know what price).

Here’s some of the pitch:

“I can almost guarantee you that this group will be the single most lucrative investment of the next 10 years – far outpacing big tech… biotech… cryptos… and even gold, which I expect to do very well in the coming years.

“During its last huge boom a decade ago, this group of stocks could have shown you gains like:

  • 742% on a well-known bank (that’s bigger than PNC or Capital One)
  • 774% on a famous real estate conglomerate
  • 658% on a car manufacturer and
  • 601% on a major energy infrastructure firm
  • “Gains that didn’t take 10 years… or even five… but barely over two years.

“Now, the same kind of boom is starting again.

“These businesses aren’t start-ups… or all-or-nothing gambles like small-cap biotech.

“They’re “meat and potatoes” companies in businesses that are easy to understand. Things that everybody uses.

“But they are unusual in one specific way.”

This is mostly just a “strong companies in emerging markets present great opportunities” pitch, which is something a lot of folks agree with… particularly now, with those markets as a whole (China, India, Brazil, SE Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe, etc.) suffering from a long period of weak performance versus US stocks… in economies that, in many cases, should be growing more quickly than the more mature US market.

And apparently, many of these stocks are getting easier to trade… as just the time that they’re trading at better valuations and present a strong opportunity:

“Right in the middle of this explosive opportunity… these stocks are becoming widely accessible to millions of investors for the first time… creating a tidal wave of potential buying interest.”

And he calls on some other names you’ll recognize to bolster his argument:

“As Barron’s put it: ‘When the cycle turns upward, [these stocks] should outperform for seven to nine years. Contrarians, take note!’

“Now, that’s exactly what’s happening.

“That’s why BlackRock… JP Morgan.. and HSBC have all placed outsized bets on these stocks. So have billionaires like Ray Dalio and Stanley Druckenmiller.”

Tycango isn’t pitching China stocks here, though — despite the fact that this is the “China Opportunities” newsletter…

“I’m talking about the next Chinas – where the exact same kind of story is playing out again.

“Where hundreds of millions of newly wealthy consumers are fueling the growth of Amazon-like companies that most Americans have never heard of.

“The countries I’ve lived in, visited, and studied for my entire life.

“Take my word: They are the only places in the world where you can “go back in time” and get in on businesses similar to Google, Apple, and Netflix 20 years ago… when they were first appearing on the screens of millions of consumers.”

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So these are mostly Asian emerging economies, where