Although developing-markets debt purchases have been escalating of late, investors should be aware of the correlations to other assets as well as currency risks, says Morningstar's Eric Jacobson.
Emerging-markets consumer stocks are one of the few areas of long-term growth as the people are buying, eating, and drinking better, says Virtus Foreign Opportunities manager Rajiv Jain.
Royce Funds' David Nadel discusses how non-U.S. cultures influence dividend payers, why Europe thrives on exports to emerging markets, and a growth story in Africa.
No matter how fast one specific country is growing, or how cheap its valuation looks, investors are typically better off holding a broad basket of emerging-market stocks, says Vanguard's Chris Philips.
The Research Affiliates chairman discusses why he see value in developing-markets bonds as well as the urgency for investors to build a 'third pillar' in their portfolios.
Slowing in some emerging markets likely affects other emerging markets more than it harms the U.S. economy, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson.
Flows have been high into developing-markets debt ETFs as investors seek more yield, but several funds are apt to manage the credit risks.
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