January 29, 2013 at 09:00 AM EST
How Balanced is your BRIC ETF?
With the Federal Reserve maintaining record low interest rates, many American investors are looking beyond their borders for new, high growth investment opportunities. While developed European and Asia Pacific economies have received a significant amount of attention, the most popular investment destinations remain the four largest emerging market countries: Brazil, Russia, India and China, collectively known as the “BRIC” economies. As the emerging markets of the world urbanize and move away from rural areas, many take on non-agricultural employment for the first time and find themselves with a new luxury: discretionary income. Investors can use the BRIC ETFs to favorably position themselves as consumers, and infrastructure overseas spur to growth [see 101 ETF Lessons Every Financial Advisor Should Learn]. BRIC ETFs: Under The Hood As investors get swept up in the thrill of high growth and return potential, some do not take the time to check out the holdings and country allocations of these [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Does South Korea Belong In Your Emerging Markets ETF? BRIC ETFs And Missed Opportunity Here’s An Idea: Small-Cap BRIC ETF BRIC ETF Investing: Small Cap Edition This Week in ETFs: October 30th Edition
With the Federal Reserve maintaining record low interest rates, many American investors are looking beyond their borders for new, high growth investment opportunities. While developed European and Asia Pacific economies have received a significant amount of attention, the most popular investment destinations remain the four largest emerging market countries: Brazil, Russia, India and China, collectively known as the “BRIC” economies. As the emerging markets of the world urbanize and move away from rural areas, many take on non-agricultural employment for the first time and find themselves with a new luxury: discretionary income. Investors can use the BRIC ETFs to favorably position themselves as consumers, and infrastructure overseas spur to growth [see 101 ETF Lessons Every Financial Advisor Should Learn]. BRIC ETFs: Under The Hood As investors get swept up in the thrill of high growth and return potential, some do not take the time to check out the holdings and country allocations of these [...]

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