- The 30% international revenue exposure the S&P 500 offers isn’t enough.
- It’s possible to add significant returns and lower your risk when investing internationally.
- A look at economic health and fundamentals will show where it’s best to invest now.
An often overlooked part of investing and portfolio strategies are currencies.
The easiest way to look at it is to say that it all evens out over time and that the only thing important is to be diversified. By owning the S&P 500 or companies that have global revenues, we could say that a portfolio is well diversified. More →