Posts Tagged ‘NYSEARCA:EEM’

It’s Not Too Late To Buy Emerging Markets

August 7th, 2014

emergingmarkets600X300Bill Hall:  Emerging economies, including China and India, are growing several times faster than the U.S., but have nevertheless been frustrating investors until recently. Read more…


With U.S. Volatility On The Upswing, Take A Look At Asia

August 5th, 2014

asiaAlthough the U.S. economic recovery appears to be gaining steam, lofty stock prices and rising geopolitical risks are finally taking a toll.  Read more…


Where To Seek Equity Income

July 31st, 2014

investDuring the 25 years prior to 2009, investment income was ridiculously easy to come by. Doing something as simple as buying a 3-month Treasury bill produced an average yield of nearly 5%. That all changed, however, in late 2008, when yields dropped. Read more…


A Surprising Reason For The Surge In Emerging Markets

July 22nd, 2014

emergingmarkets600X300Despite geopolitical flare-ups in Ukraine and the Middle East, the ETF tracking emerging markets, the EEM, is at its highest level this year and up 6-percent year to date. But according to Gina Sanchez, founder of Chantico Global, the EEM may have rough roads ahead because of its Read more…


Stock Market Segments Offering Good Value

July 15th, 2014

wall-street-etfAs evident in last Thursday’s European-bank related market jitters, today’s stretched valuations and low market volatility leave stocks vulnerable to bad news, even when the news is relatively minor as was the case last week. Read more…


Emerging Market ETFs Showing Excellent Strength

July 10th, 2014

ETFsDavid Fabian: Emerging market ETFs have been one area of the market that I have been admittedly cautious about adding to. Over the last several years they have consistently underperformed their U.S. and European counterparts as investors Read more…


Top Performing Emerging Market ETFs

July 8th, 2014

etfs etfsSweta Killa: The emerging markets have regained their sheen and are once again the big contributor to global recovery after the U.S. After a dreadful 2013, emerging market stocks rebounded strongly on cheap valuations and improving global economic conditions. Read more…


Emerging Markets Are Back In Vogue

May 30th, 2014

emerging marketsMarkets here have been chugging along steadily, with modest ‘up’ days taking the S&P 500(INDEXSP:.INX) to new daily closing highs. Despite these recent gains, investors have been looking to take on more risk, and they’re looking Read more…


U.S. Equity ETFs Losing Appeal

May 28th, 2014

etfsAfter a lackluster performance last year, bond ETFs, in particular government, have been shining in recent sessions as the top asset gainers. Read more…


Great Rotation? No, The Reverse

May 13th, 2014

wall-street-etfAccording to many market watchers, 2014 was supposed to be the year of the so-called Great Rotation out of bonds and into stocks. Read more…


Emerging Market ETFs Underscore Shifting Global Leadership

April 27th, 2014

emergingmarkets600X300David Fabian: The recent strength in emerging market countries has caught many investors, including myself, by surprise.  There have surely been pockets of strength in thriving economies Read more…


Flows Into Emerging Markets Surge While Cracks In The U.S. Widen

April 7th, 2014

money flowingChris Puplava: The markets had a positive week with the S&P 500 up 0.40%, the Dow 0.55%, and the Russell 2000 0.14%. In terms of sectors the telecommunication service sector was the star performer as it was up 1.40% with materials matching the telecom Read more…


Emerging Markets: Is The Recent Push Higher Sustainable?

April 3rd, 2014

emerging marketsChris Ciovacco: Driven partly by hopes Chinese officials will implement some additional and fairly significant reflation projects, emerging markets stocks (EEM) have performed well recently relative to the S&P 500 (SPY). Read more…


The Turnaround In Emerging Markets

March 31st, 2014

emerging marketsBill Luby: While I have a long way to go before I become the next Manny Mota, yesterday I was delighted to be able to pinch hit for Steve Sears of Barron’s for the twelfth time, when I penned Emerging Market Stocks: Have They Hit Bottom?  Read more…


Are Emerging Market Bonds Worth The Risk?

March 26th, 2014

wall-street-etfTrouble in Ukraine continues after Russia annexed Crimea last week, following last month’s ouster of President Viktor Yanukovych. In a recent post, my colleague Dodd Kittsley explored what the ongoing conflict means for global equity markets. Read more…


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