Ex-Japan ETFs In Focus
Most investors looking to generate alpha and accumulate wealth over the long term spend the bulk of their time determining which asset classes should be included in their portfolio, either as long-term building blocks or shorter-term tactical allocations. But sometimes the most effective means of generating excess returns is not identifying and overweighting the top performers, but identifying and avoiding the laggards. Those with the good fortune to move out of financial stocks in 2008 or 2011, for example, have likely achieved better returns than many of their peers. The most important parts of your portfolio, in many cases, are the asset classes that are excluded entirely [see Five ETFs For Doomsday Capitalism]. Case Against Japan Japan is one corner of the market that a growing number of investors see as a drag on returns and as such are looking to avoid when constructing their portfolios. The Asian economy has [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: First Ex-Japan Small Cap ETF Debuts Low Cost ETFs: Complete List Of The Cheapest Exchange-Traded Funds Vanguard Slashes Expenses On VWO, Five Other International ETFs Old Mutual to Launch Five New ETFs Where The ETF Money Is Flowing (The Answer Might Surprise You)
Most investors looking to generate alpha and accumulate wealth over the long term spend the bulk of their time determining which asset classes should be included in their portfolio, either as long-term building blocks or shorter-term tactical allocations. But sometimes the most effective means of generating excess returns is not identifying and overweighting the top performers, but identifying and avoiding the laggards. Those with the good fortune to move out of financial stocks in 2008 or 2011, for example, have likely achieved better returns than many of their peers. The most important parts of your portfolio, in many cases, are the asset classes that are excluded entirely [see Five ETFs For Doomsday Capitalism].  Case Against Japan Japan is one corner of the market that a growing number of investors see as a drag on returns and as such are looking to avoid when constructing their portfolios. The Asian economy has [...]

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