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|Should I invest in
developing country funds?
By The-Adviser.com -
|New York - Aggressive investors should
consider investing in developing
countries because of the potential for significant long-term returns.
A number of emerging capital markets we like are Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Poland, China and Russia.
Developing country funds generally focus on a particular area or country and are an ideal way of investing in a specific area or country without exposure to one particular company. Investing in developing country funds is one of the most aggressive types of equity investments you can make. Consider the following approach when investing in developing country funds.
Given the large degree of risk, investors should only own these funds if they can hold their principal investment for long periods of time.
Considering investing in country funds after you hear the BAD news.
Plan to hold at least 5 years and you may get a bargain and a big return.
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