Three Global Growth Names Set to Explode

Expanding international economies, increasing productivity, and improving standards of living are the first indicators of the rise of a new global middle class. Indeed, it seems as if the world’s most dramatic economic growth over the next century will occur outside the U.S. 

For market participants looking to strengthen their portfolios through diversification or create new avenues to explosive growth, international stocks can be an excellent addition.  Here are three tickers that are well positioned to benefit as international economies strengthen.    

Taiwan Semiconductor’s (TSM) share price has been on the rise after hitting a two-year low in October due to a sharp slowdown in global chip demand.  Still down more than 35% from its January 2021 peak, anyone on the sidelines might consider now an appropriate time to strike.  “Only a small number of companies can amass the capital to deliver semiconductors, which are increasingly central to people’s lives,” said Tom Russo, a partner at Gardner, Russo & Quinn.

MercadoLibre (MELI) is a leading provider of e-commerce and fintech services in Latin America.   The company operates an e-commerce marketplace that has a dominant presence in some of the most populous nations in the region, including Brazil and Argentina.  MercadoLibre has continued to increase sales at a rapid clip despite macroeconomic headwinds, and the business’s forefront positions in online retail and fintech point to huge expansion potential as these services become more popular in Latin America.

As a major player in the digital payments space, India’s largest private sector lender, HDFC Bank (HDB), is in a favorable position to benefit from “the war on cash,” as the country’s economy continues to develop. The company has over 6,300 branches across more than 3,100 cities and towns. HDFC is also a player in the digital payments space and appears poised to benefit from “the war on cash.”