It wasn't just the U.S. markets that took a beating to end 2018... It was most of the world.
Europe, Japan, and China all fell to end the year. And unlike the U.S., those markets had been falling for the majority of 2018... racking up double-digit losses for the year.
Stocks around the world have rallied in January. But you'd be hard-pressed to find any global stock market hitting multi-month highs today... with one big exception.
One market has been soaring since September, even in the face of global losses. And thanks to a rare situation, it could jump another 14% over the next year.
Let me explain...
I'll say up front that you probably won't like this idea. For many American investors, the idea of investing in certain foreign markets is a "no go."