Emerging market currencies may have come under heavy selling in the wake of massive fund outflows but that hasn't stopped long-term investors from seeking out buying opportunities.
"There are obviously some very compelling, attractive opportunities in emerging markets. Think about something like Brazil, the MSCI is equal to the whole value of Google; Turkey is equal to the whole value of Starbucks. We think there will be some big opportunities in 2014," Candace Browning, president of Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research, told CNBC on Friday.
(Read more: Investors pull $12 billion from emerging markets)
Analysts have long noted the need to differentiate between stronger and weaker economies in the emerging market space, as seen by the year-to-date performance of the following currencies: Brazil's real and the Mexican peso have fallen over 2 percent against the dollar while the lira and ruble have slumped 5 and 7 percent, respectively.
Tell us which of the currencies below you would be willing to buy.
— Follow us on Twitter: