Investing is the deployment of money commensurate with your appetite for risk, roughly divided into two categories: by existing normalizations of truth or based on a new and higher normalization of truth as in the difference between private equity and venture capital.
Globalization today is overwhelmingly based on a monism derived from what we have deployed in the U.S., a delayed downstream evolution of our constitution adopted by other countries. Those systems do not promote human excellence, as I frequently demonstrate in my writings, and across the board indicate an adhesion to an out-of-date, out-of-touch, and stale normalization of truth incompatible with the dynamic plurality of humanity in our own country, let alone the plurality encircling the world.
So, to answer your question: either your appetite for investing is in the regurgitation of the existing status quo, beholden to the current stronghold of coagulating oligarchies, or your desire for investing is best suited for a brave new world destined to tear the aforementioned strong-hold apart, and designed to explore the diverse merit of human ingenuity and capacity.
The choice is yours, as the definition of best is in the eye of the beholder.
You either bet on the stupidity or the smarts of humanity. The definition of best becoming a function of the holding period. Take a guess which goes best together.