Easy, cheap exposure to Russian stocks

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Easy, cheap exposure to Russian stocks

12 April 2022

The war in Ukraine might soon enter a decisive phase and the West reportedly plans to up sanctions against Russia yet further, so we may see another sell-off of anything Russian.

For private investors who don't have the kind of market access that institutional investors get through global firms like Goldman Sachs, this is probably the single-best way to get diversified exposure to Russian blue-chip equities.

You might be wondering…

  • What kind of investment is it?
  • Why is it available?
  • What is the potential upside?

What I can say is that this is an opportunity with limited availability. The market cap of the company in question simply isn't large enough, which is why this opportunity is only shared with my much smaller group of Undervalued-Shares.com Lifetime Members.

How to buy a slice of distressed Russian assets has genuinely been the most often asked question among my readers.

This report delivers an in-depth, practicable answer to those of you who were scratching their head about this.

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