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Emerging Markets Show Potential

Most emerging-market exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are broad-based investments in a universe defined largely by geography. This investment approach is fueled by economies that are driven increasingly by wealthy and better-educated populations in emerging markets. With emerging markets typically growing faster than developed ones, investors who lack the time to investigate and understand the unique properties of each such market can invest in broad, diversified emerging-market funds.

Emerging Global Advisors is an ETF provider that tries to research and find the best emerging markets to include in its funds. The companyâ??s 17 ETF offerings, called EGShares, are aimed at letting investors use investment strategies for emerging markets that focus on core positions and developing market themes that are expected to offer the most potential. The provider uses indices that contain only developing market growth themes to exploit market trends, while excluding any holdings that the International Monetary Fund categorizes as developed. Emerging Global Advisors ETFs let you approach emerging markets with a less country-specific focus, in case you like diversification when investing in higher-risk and higher-reward opportunities.

Read more about the emerging markets’ potential at Eagle Daily Investor.

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Emerging Markets Show Potential

Most emerging-market exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are broad-based investments in a universe defined largely by geography. This investment approach is fueled by economies that are driven increasingly by wealthy and better-educated populations in emerging markets. With emerging markets typically growing faster than developed ones, investors who lack the time to investigate and understand the unique properties of each such market can invest in broad, diversified emerging-market funds.

Emerging Global Advisors is an ETF provider that tries to research and find the best emerging markets to include in its funds. The company’s 17 ETF offerings, called EGShares, are aimed at letting investors use investment strategies for emerging markets that focus on core positions and developing market themes that are expected to offer the most potential. The provider uses indices that contain only developing market growth themes to exploit market trends, while excluding any holdings that the International Monetary Fund categorizes as developed. Emerging Global Advisors ETFs let you approach emerging markets with a less country-specific focus, in case you like diversification when investing in higher-risk and higher-reward opportunities.

Read more about the emerging markets’ potential at Eagle Daily Investor.

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