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The benchmark change is not very significant, but we encourage investors to consider some non-cap-weighted options.
Roundtable Report: At the outset of 2014, Morningstar strategists dig into the market's current valuation and expected return, seek out high-quality U.S. and foreign stock opportunities, size up the role of cash today, assess the Fed's impact on the market, and reveal the best ways to fight inflation.
Morningstar's newsletter editors reveal where they are seeing the best opportunities in the New Year.
The largest fund affected is Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets ETF, whose fee is falling by 17%.
While institutional investors have been selling out of their emerging-markets ETFs amid this year's disappointing performance, it appears that mom-and-pop investors are holding on to their open-end EM mutual funds.
Offerings from Oberweis, Rainier, and Seafarer are proving even small funds can be competitive when it comes to picking stocks across the globe.
After several years of mixed returns, investors are rethinking how they get exposure to emerging markets.
There were strong flows to equity ETFs in 2013, while commodity ETFs showed their mettle.