But for investors, frontier-markets funds have short track records and carry unique risks.
It was a great year for Primecap and a bad one for Fairholme.
While promising, many frontier funds have short track records and carry unique risks.
Africa’s population growth will magnify the impact of its improving diets.
Africa has the foundation for an exceptionally long runway for consumer spending.
While this isn’t the only ETF that tracks the S&P MidCap 400 Index, a structural advantage gives this fund an edge.
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