Global Investing: Are We There Yet?

Opiela, Nancy
April 2007
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr2007, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p24
Academic Journal
The article discusses Americans' historical investment preference towards domestic stocks and funds and states there is an increasing trend towards international investments. Amount invested in stock funds domestically and internationally in the years 2004-2006 is given. Returns for mutual funds based in Russia, China, Latin America, Pacific region and emerging market funds are given. International investing is promoted from the standpoint that the world economy is becoming more of an equal playing field and that great companies exist in foreign and domestic markets.


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