Capital markets: One of the best ways to get exposure to the Cuban market is the Herzfeld Caribbean Basin Fund (CUBA). It's a closed-end fund that's composed of sixty companies that operate in the region, like Carnival Cruise Lines; Coca-Cola Femsa, which bottles and distributes beverages; and Copa Holdings, a Latin American airliner. Though CUBA is composed of companies in different sectors, they will all likely benefit, as the U.S. and Cuba normalize relations, and especially if the embargo is lifted. And even though it doesn't provide direct exposure to Cuban companies, it usually moves in line with news about Cuba. So it's no surprise that the stock is up 53 percent since Dec. 16, 2014, the day before Obama's announcement.