The expectation in some circles is that emerging markets will be the only category of equities that will generate a significant return above inflation over the next 7 to 10 years. Given this, retirees may be tempted to allocate a sizable chunk of their portfolio to emerging market equities. Today’s article, however, outlines why retirees may be well-served to reconsider such a move, cautioning that “there are more ways to lose money and make substantial errors investing in emerging markets than there are in developed markets.” For more, CLICK HERE.
Emerging Markets: Should Retirees Avoid What May Be “The Only Stock Market Game In Town”?
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