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Franklin Templeton Alters Names, Swaps Indexes on Slew of ETFs
3 August 2022
Franklin Templeton is further cementing its status as a rising player in the exchange traded funds industry by announcing that it's changing the names of more than a dozen of its ETFs and swapping und...
12 Different ETF Model Portfolios For 12 Different Investors
8 June 2021
Here are 12 very different "core" ETF model portfolios for 12 different investors, highlighting what I see each of 12 different fund brands being the best at.
Investing In Emerging Markets As Global Rates Rise
22 February 2021
Past experience shows us that emerging markets have historically reacted positively to higher global rates, especially if the latter reflects an improving global growth outlook. Most emerging markets ...
Growing Optimism On A COVID-19 Vaccine Boosts Investor Confidence In August
11 September 2020
Asian markets rose in August to seal the best regional performance in EMs. Stocks in China, India and Indonesia posted notable gains.
Smaller Stocks Open Broader Windows To Emerging Markets
9 September 2020
Allocating to smaller companies can help broaden an EM allocation by providing a different mix of exposures to opportunities across countries and sectors.
Will A Weak Dollar Bail Out Emerging Markets? Nope
22 August 2020
Back in the simpler days of 2019, there was this (now completely forgotten) impending crisis in which emerging market countries' dollar-denominated debt was going to blow up their - and by extension t...
When Does A Recession Become A Depression?
21 August 2020
Defining a depression as opposed to a recession is open to wide interpretation. Recessions are a natural part of the credit cycle.
On Emerging Markets, The Dollar And Oakmark Int'l
21 August 2020
The emerging markets had a solid July 2020, up roughly 7% depending on the proxy you use. VWO and OAKIX represent uncorrelated holdings for the growthier positions in client accounts.
Euro Strength Driving Dollar Weakness, Inflationary Breakout Stories: Hirst
19 August 2020
The size and speed of the dollar’s fall are driven more by euro strength flowing out from the ECB’s move toward debt mutualization than by dollar weakness.