These pages highlight US based, Canadian and European corporations that are publicly traded and involved in or expect to be involved in Cuba related business ventures.
Information is not deemed to be stock advice or recommendations.
Cuba Investment Stocks
Herzfeld Caribbean Basin Fund
The Herzfeld Caribbean Basin Fund is a closed end mutual fund that invests in companies located in countries of the Caribbean Basin and may invest up to 20% of its assets in securities of non-Caribbean Basin Companies strategically linked to Cuba.
Why this company might benefit from a post-Embargo Cuba: The CUBA fund has been purchasing stock in companies expected to benefit from a post-Embargo Cuba for many years so they now all the public and private companies that surround Cuba that will most likely see increased demand for their products and services in a post-Embargo Cuba.
Cuba Entertainment Stocks
Fuego Enterprises, Inc. was formed on December 30, 2004 as a Nevada corporation and is primarily engaged in the directing, production, marketing, and distribution of entertainment products, including feature and short films, documentaries, television shows, music, and tour productions.
They also provide management, marketing, and public relations services to the entertainment industry. In January, 2008 Fuego announced it formed a new music division, Echo-Fuego Music Group, LLC, in a joint venture with legendary music producer and promoter Jeffrey Collins. His music catalog of more than 2,000 tracks and 15 artists previously under the Echo-Vista label will be merged into the new joint venture, with a majority stake owned by Fuego.
Fuego entertainment is a fully owned Subsidiary of Fuego Enterprises.
Other Cuba Stocks
- Cuba Industrial Stocks
These publicly traded oil, biotechnology and Cuba energy stocks are likely to benefit from a post-Embargo post-Castro Cuba with a free market economy because Cuba needs oil and biotech.
- Cuba Infrastructure Stocks
These publicly traded infrastructure and related Cuba stocks are likely to benefit from a post-Embargo post-Castro Cuba with a free market economy since the country will need roads, sewers, all types of construction, bridges, electricity, cell phone towers and more.
- Cuba Shipping Stocks
These publicly traded shipping and transportation related stocks are likely to benefit from a post-Embargo post-Castro Cuba with a free market economy since Cuba will be a major importer of billions of dollars of goods from around the world.
- Cuba Travel Stocks
These publicly traded Cuba hotel and Cuba cruise stocks are likely to benefit from a post-Embargo post-Castro Cuba with a free market economy since millions of US tourists will travel to Cuba every year.
- Seized Property Stocks
These publicly traded corporations own stock in companies whose property was nationalized by the Cuban government. Therefore, they might benefit in a post-Embargo post-Castro Cuba.