Foreign-Currency Risk: To Hedge or Not to Hedge?
With the dollar stronger than it's been in years, readers share their opinions on whether it pays to hedge currency risk.
For U.S. investors who own foreign stocks, bonds, and funds, these are anything but dull days. As if the tepid performance of foreign markets relative to the U.S. in recent years wasn't enough to consider, they now must factor in currency differences to an even greater degree than normal.
Adam Zoll has a position in the following securities mentioned above: OAKIX. Find out about Morningstar’s editorial policies.