Seeking Out Low-Debt Countries—aka Emerging Markets

Kinnel, Russel
October 2011
Morningstar FundInvestor;Oct2011, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p10
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the utilization of emerging-markets funds in the developing countries. It recommends that investors can use dedicated emerging-markets funds or foreign- or world-stock funds with comparatively high levels of exposure in the emerging markets. According to Vanguard Group of Cos.'s director Burton Malkiel, the factors why investors must boost their emerging-markets exposure include the debt levels of government and private units, demographic trends, and the national economy.


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