With continued turmoil, bailouts, and endless new rounds of parliamentary elections taking place almost daily in Europe, investors want to find assets that are not exposed to the economic uncertainty in the region.
We began a search in the retail sector for firms that have exposure solely in the U.S. marketplace and show potential for further growth. We found three companies whose share prices have benefited from consumer behavior in America as well as consistent and steady dividend distribution.
Our top picks
The first of these is Dollar Tree
The final retailer we found who is totally reliant on business in the United States is CVS Caremark
Business section: Investing ideas
With a lack of exposure to European markets, all of the names mentioned above offer different advantages and opportunities to operate in a sound environment.
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Kapitall's Dan Connelly does not own any of the shares mentioned above.
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