There are three big, under-valued global stocks that we like at the moment. Australian investors should be seeking exposure to international shares to diversify away from the weakening $A and economy, and away from the big resource and bank stocks that dominate the market. But they should avoid buying markets and focus on selective stocks, particularly multinationals that are tapping into Asia's and emerging markets' growth. The clearest growth cycle for investors at the moment is the expansion of Asian and China consumerism, which will help multinational firms in industries such as fast food, pharmaceuticals, IT and communications. We like McDonald's, Exxon Mobil and Deere & Co. Read more the three big stocks: (VIEW LINK)