All good investors know that a successful portfolio needs to include global investments in order to reduce risk through diversification and increase performance via exposure to hot emerging markets. But is this widely accepted investment wisdom actually borne out by the evidence? Today’s article looks at the data and concludes that, contrary to the conventional wisdom, “there appears to be little reason to consider investing in markets outside the United States if you are a US-based investor.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Stay Home: Are U.S. Investors Actually Better Off Without Global Diversification?
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