Time to Invest in Emerging Markets?

The following post was written by Ben Carlson from A Wealth of Common Sense. Baron Rothchild once said that “The time to buy is when there’s blood in the streets.”  Does that mean it’s time to start looking to rebalance into emerging markets? Investors have soured on emerging market stocks this year.  Growth is slowing in these countries, even though it remains higher than the developed economies. Inflation and volatility are rising and the general sentiment is just plain lousy. No one ...

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Dividend Stocks from Thailand: Higher Yield in the Emerging Market

Written by Money Infant and Dividend Ninja As I’m Canadian, I tend to stick with Canadian and U.S. dividend stocks, and any global investing is done through ETFs or Index Funds (currently index funds in my case). Like most North American investors, that’s about it for global diversification. But what if you reside in another country and you gained a knowledge and understanding of the companies around you. Would you be inclined to invest in them?  That’s the scenario my online friend Steve ...

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