For those who want to invest in international companies, MyCap Investimentos has created a stock portfolio that includes Microsoft (MSFT34); Alphabet (GOGL34), owner of Google; and Visa (VISA34), for credit cards.
All these options allow Brazilians to invest abroad through the so-called BDRs (Brazilian Depositary Receipts). That is, by purchasing receipts for shares of foreign companies, but which are traded on the São Paulo Stock Exchange (B3).
See why MyCap recommends each of the BDRs for those who want to apply abroad.
Mycap’s April BDR portfolio depreciated by 4.46% last month. The BDRX index, which measures the performance of intentional share receipts on B3, was negative 7.93%.
That’s why the brokerage firm decided to remove the shares held by the owner of hypermarkets Walmart (WALM34) and exchange it for Salesforce.com (SSFO34), the market leader in the area of customer relationship management software. The broker believes that the asset, which this Wednesday (4th) is being traded for R$ 40.10 around 11:16 am (Brasília time), could reach R$ 49.65.
For Alphabet (GOGL34) — whose BDR was R$77.37 at 11:34 am — MyCap believes that the value could reach between R$90 and R$94.20.
The expectation for Visa (VISA34) is that BDRs reach up to R$64.13. Today, at 11:25 am, they were offered at R$ 51.78 each.