With the U.S. market at an all-time high and yields being low, the author of today’s article takes the position that the U.S. market is “a bad deal for income investors” and that “by buying foreign stock markets that are less richly valued than the U.S. market, and have soared less over the last few years, income investors can achieve higher returns.” But which countries to buy? The author highlights one developed country, one emerging market, one “dog” that may still be an attractive option, and one market classified as emerging but which he believes should be viewed as developed to consider, as well as ETFs that provide exposure to these markets. To read more, CLICK HERE.
Buying These Countries May Improve Your Returns
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