Is the Time Right for International Equities?

Simms, Robert A.
January 2001
Journal of Financial Planning;Jan2001, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p98
Academic Journal
Suggests that financial advisors consider international equities as an investment for their clients, in the midst of unprecedented highs for stock prices in the United States and the positive effects of European economic unification. Impact of the unification of the European economies; Views on the domestic and developed international markets; Economic considerations that support the case for global portfolio diversification. INSET: The Role of ADRs.


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