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How to invest in frontier markets

September 6, 2017

In the normal course of a bull market, investors push up shares of big, stable companies. As those prices get steeper, they send mid-cap stocks soaring and then, before you know it, a small-cap ant farm supplier is the top-performing stock of...

Vanguard targeting overseas market with active funds

July 28, 2017

Walking through Vanguard Group's headquarters in Malvern, Pennsylvania is a lesson in naval history. Paintings of the 18th-century ship that inspired the company's name jostle with seascapes and a framed letter from legendary British Admiral...

DoubleLine's Gundlach signals caution, sets cap on firm's growth

August 8, 2017

Jeffrey Gundlach sees too much of a good thing — in financial markets and in his industry — and he wants no part of it. The co-founder and chief executive officer of DoubleLine Capital LP says risky assets such as junk bonds and emerging-market...

Wall Street veterans signal warning on emerging market risks

August 28, 2017

More investors are joining the cast of Wall Street veterans from Jeff Gundlach to Ray Dalio in warning that risky assets are overvalued. They point to rising global turmoil underscored by the recent terrorist attacks in Barcelona and the racially...

How advisers can better communicate the risks and rewards of investing in emerging markets

August 17, 2017

Senior columnist John Waggoner discusses how financial advisers can help clients better understand the advantages of having exposure to emerging markets and the increased volatility that often comes along with investing in them.

The Reality of Investing in a Misunderstood Europe

May 1, 2017

George R. Evans, CFA Chief Investment Officer, Equities, Portfolio Manager Investors' perception of the opportunity in European equities has been clouded, but in reality we believe the region is an exciting place to invest. The currency weakness...

Mutual fund class of 2016 gets boost from international investments

August 18, 2017

The mutual fund class of 2016 — those that made their debut last year — has a certain worldly air about it that has helped performance this year. Morningstar's database lists 327 mutual funds and 246 exchange-traded funds launched in 2016....

ETFs making emerging markets vulnerable to sudden outflows: Citi

August 16, 2017

Add Citigroup Inc. to the list of analysts and investors concerned by the bumper inflows into emerging-market ETFs this year. After attracting almost $47 billion of new cash so far this year, exchange-traded funds have made developing nations...

International investing: How to set an allocation you — and your clients — can live with

August 16, 2017

Life is full of complicated, eminently debatable questions. Could the Red Sox beat the Dodgers this year? What will happen next year when Vanguard has all the money in the world? And what is the correct allocation between international and U.S....

Take 5: Vanguard's new CIO Greg Davis talks bonds, stocks and costs

July 24, 2017

Earlier this month, Greg Davis became Vanguard's chief investment officer, overseeing the $3.8 trillion in assets in more than 300 mutual funds and exchange-traded funds. Mr. Davis, 46, took the role from Vanguard's new CEO, Timothy Buckley....

China equity exposure, already big in some funds, expected to increase in 2016

November 16, 2015

Shareholders of large emerging-markets exchange-traded funds and mutual funds already have significant exposure to China, but the weightings will likely rise in 2016. MSCI announced last week that it would include nearly two-dozen foreign listed...

We're grexhausted … leave the euro already

June 29, 2015

If you weren't already exhausted by the constant stream of headlines regarding Greece's inability to meet its financial obligations, you should be now. After more than five years of negotiations, deals, posturing and extensions, the situation...

Finding hidden gems in global small caps

June 2, 2015

As advisers consider where they can source potential growth for clients' portfolios, one overlooked asset class is global small-cap equities. Despite U.S. investors' being very comfortable with international investing, small-cap companies (market...

Stocks in Europe, Asia might be just getting started

April 28, 2015

The first quarter was generally lackluster for U.S. equity markets as measured by the major indexes. U.S. bonds and stocks returned little, as we watched the European Central Bank's quantitative easing (European-style) light up the returns there....

Best- and worst-performing equity mutual funds

May 14, 2017

LARGE CAP GROWTH Top 10 Portfolio net assets ($M) 1-year return 3-year return 5-year return Expense ratio* USAA Nasdaq-100 Index Fund (USNQX) $1,253.60 23.95% 16.07% 16.65% 0.57% Morgan Stanley Inst Portfolio I (MSEQX) $3,362.30 23.14% 12.71%...

Investors turn to international equity funds in April

May 12, 2017

Stock investors sent their money to Paris in April — and London, Hong Kong and Brussels, according to Morningstar's most recent report on mutual fund and ETF flows. International equity funds saw a net $21.1 billion in new money in April,...

Japan market opportunity: Hidden in plain sight

August 26, 2015

Positive investment news continues to come out of Japan, including strong corporate profits, the end of crippling deflation, a rising stock market and a new corporate governance code that is making Japan a more investor-friendly destination...

Bulls see room to run after 8-month gain in emerging markets

September 1, 2017

You have to go back to 2004 for the last time emerging-market stocks racked up a longer series of monthly gains. And bulls say the good times should keep going. Mark Mobius of Templeton Emerging Markets Group, Alejo Czerwonko at UBS Wealth Management...

Market reaction to Greece doesn't signal end of bull market

July 1, 2015

With Monday's blog and Street$marts being on the long side, I decided to wait a day to offer commentary on how the markets' reaction to the impending default, bank closure, referendum, etc., in Greece would impact the new month and quarter....

Money managers are avoiding Mideast as turmoil spreads

September 23, 2012

As anti-American protests spread across the Mideast last week, financial advisers in the United States say that the uprisings only confirm existing biases toward domestic investing. “I'm not real comfortable with much outside the U.S. right...

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