International ETFs With Lower Exposure to Europe
These ETFs also have attractive yields and relatively better historical risk-adjusted returns.
While European leaders appear to be moving forward with a plan to address the ongoing sovereign debt crisis, there is plenty of uncertainty as to what lies ahead. Uncertainty begets market volatility, so more risk-averse investors looking for international exposure might want to consider lower-volatility funds with relatively lower European exposure.
To identify these funds, we screened the universe of international-equity ETFs using the following criteria:
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