In 2021, Brazilians hit record investments abroad. The equity invested outside the country reached R$ 827 billion, according to data from the Brazilian Association of Financial and Capital Market Entities (Anbima).
The 7.5% appreciation of the dollar last year and the 30% advance in the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq indices encouraged investors here.
Meanwhile, in Brazil, the Ibovespa dropped 12% in twelve months and investments in fixed income accumulated gains of only 4.5%, even with the Selic rate at 9.25% per year.
Given this scenario, what are the best strategies for investing in foreign assets to protect money against inflation and increase profitability? To answer, Rodrigo Knudsen, manager of Vitreo, and Alexander Ruszkay, partner of Urca Capital Partners point out their considerations on the subject.
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*Text published by Ana Carolina Nunes, from CNN Brasil Business.
Reference: CNN Brasil