Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Invest in Israel

First Israel Fund, Inc. (The) C


1) Almost 12% of the fund is Teva.
2) When the financial aspect of the fund picks up this will be a powerhouse.
3) A strong percentage of fund has exposure to stable cash flow positive value companies.
4) If we really do control the monetary pulse of the world, wouldn't it be foolish not to invest?

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