UPDATE: Incredibly cheap emerging-markets stocks still aren't worth buying
The benchmark change is not very significant, but we encourage investors to consider some non-cap-weighted options.
The case for index investing rests on the index fund's cost advantage and how representative it is of its actively managed peers, not market efficiency.
Low-volatility emerging-markets ETF can reduce risk and still provide diversification benefits investors seek.
This ETF provides broad and low-cost exposure to an attractively valued market.
MSCI will answer this question with its June 14 announcement regarding changes to its indexes.
Vanguard uses this fund in its target-date and LifeStrategy funds.
It's just a matter of time before China A-shares enter emerging-markets indexes.
Foreign stocks can be riskier than their U.S. counterparts, but it is possible to mitigate this risk.
Index funds are likely to add China A-Shares in the coming years.