The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which consumer goods editor and analyst Austin Smith and industrials editor and analyst Brendan Byrnes discuss topics across the investing world.
In today's edition Austin and Brendan talk about new growth for two American icons. With developed economies at the low end of the growth totem pole right now, it may seem like many domestic companies have run their courses and have their best days behind them. While I certainly understand that attitude, I caution against it. In fact, now is the absolute best time to buy many American companies. The two we talk about in this video are taking their cash rich balance sheets and operational expertise and realizing incredible growth abroad. Watch the video to uncover these picks today.
With Europe in shambles, many investors may be nervous about investing in a company that's internationally focused, but they shouldn't be. Emerging markets are giving new life to established American companies with deep pockets. As these industry titans look abroad for more sales, they aren't starting with a blank slate -- they're bringing their operational excellence to new markets and thriving. To uncover these picks today, we invite you to read a copy of our free report: "3 American Companies Set to Dominate the World." The report won't be available forever, so we invite you to enjoy a free copy today. Click here to get your copy today!
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