Investing where less is more

Egan, Jack
February 1994
U.S. News & World Report;2/7/94, Vol. 116 Issue 5, p78
Questions whether the euphoria about investment in developing countries is a bubble about to burst. Advisers who are warning investors away from emerging markets; How 1994 began with sudden sharp declines in several highflying markets; Suggestion to put a healthy dollop--say 10%--of one's portfolio into such shares; Funds that invest in many places; Comments from portfolio manager Mark Mobius.


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