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Perception vs. Reality: Exploring the Misconceptions of Frontier Markets

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Thu, 1 Aug 2013

When you buy an emerging-markets fund, you take on extra risk. Although there are plenty of stable, solid companies available in emerging markets, and the governments of many such countries have improved their financial management over their years, the currencies of those countries are still more v

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