- Emerging markets are volatile and considered risky, but the economics are great.
- We can’t fight the market without looking at the risks, but what we can do is rebalance our portfolios and do some dollar cost averaging.
- Such a strategy allows you to grasp the benefits of great economics and lower valuations while eliminating volatility risks.
Last week was very interesting for emerging markets.
Trump’s win sent shockwaves around the world and such movements usually hit those markets the hardest that don’t have much relation to the U.S. but are considered risky and therefore, investors quickly pull funds out of those markets. More →