Already a huge transporter of oil and natural gas, the company has ambitious projects and an ability to execute.
South Korea is growing at a faster pace than any other rich country.
The nation's bumpy transition from an export-driven machine to a more consumer-oriented economy is likely to be good news for some investors.
After notching one all-time high after another with nary a pause, stocks have registered a series of increasingly sharper pullbacks in recent weeks.
Sectors out of favor since the financial crisis are outperforming defensive ones in the recent rally.
Investors with an appetite for international exposure can find exciting opportunities in sectors as diverse as insurance, pharma and media.
The sharp reversal in the major averages last Friday makes identifying the most overbought stocks in the index now even more important.
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