Since 2003, the lowest-cost mutual funds have taken the lion's share of assets as the benefits of low fees became widely recognized and advisors moved away from commission-based accounts.
Get our read on global market valuations and performance, strategies for your overseas allocation, plus our favorite investments in foreign developed and emerging markets.
The Templeton Global manager discusses recent Europe bond volatility, the outlook for the dollar and emerging markets, plus the need for a dynamic approach to international bonds.
Seafarer manager Andrew Foster has outpaced sluggish developing-world markets over the last three years by seeking stable growers.
European multinationals are still some of the cheapest companies in the global universe today, says the Oakmark International manager.
Correlations between U.S. and foreign stocks have generally been rising over the past several decades, but that doesn't mean you should shun overseas holdings.
Why they're attractive, the four variations, and why investors should take a strategic rather than a tactical approach with these funds.
But for investors, frontier-markets funds have short track records and carry unique risks.