October 29, 2012 at 09:00 AM EDT
The Best (and Worst) Emerging Markets ETFs over the past 3 years
Emerging market ETFs have become increasingly popular in recent years, as investors have embraced this corner of the market for its lucrative growth opportunities as well as its long-term potential. These markets consume large amounts of commodities, are developing a middle class, and are expanding their infrastructure faster than any developed nation before them. Many have turned in impressive gains over the past three years for investors who jumped in early. But these returns are by no means the standard; within this category there is a large gap between the best and worst performers [see also European Dividend ETFs Offer Big Yields]. First, as always, the winners. These ETFs invested in the right industries and developing nations, which have blossomed over the last three years. DWA Emerging Market Technical Leaders Portfolio (PIE) This ETF has risen to the top of its category by focusing on 100 companies across the globe that possess powerful relative strength characteristics and are seen as influential in [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Does South Korea Belong In Your Emerging Markets ETF? Emerging Markets ETF Cheat Sheet: Yields, Returns, Fees & More BRIC ETFs And Missed Opportunity Not Just EEM & VWO: Emerging Markets ETF Options Here’s An Idea: Small-Cap BRIC ETF
Emerging market ETFs have become increasingly popular in recent years, as investors have embraced this corner of the market for its lucrative growth opportunities as well as its long-term potential. These markets consume large amounts of commodities, are developing a middle class, and are expanding their infrastructure faster than any developed nation before them. Many have turned in impressive gains over the past three years for investors who jumped in early. But these returns are by no means the standard; within this category there is a large gap between the best and worst performers [see also European Dividend ETFs Offer Big Yields]. First, as always, the winners. These ETFs invested in the right industries and developing nations, which have blossomed over the last three years. DWA Emerging Market Technical Leaders Portfolio (PIE) This ETF has risen to the top of its category by focusing on 100 companies across the globe that possess powerful relative strength characteristics and are seen as influential in [...]

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