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Emerging Markets: Shoot First, Ask Questions Later?

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Tue, 3 Sep 2013

The calls by brokers to “reduce emerging markets exposure” are deafening. If you are a day trader or market timer, this commentary doesn’t apply to you. For serious institutional investors (those who recognize that markets are often remarkably inefficient at pricing risk), read on. As outlined belo

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