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Christopher Gannatti / Emerging Market Equity Valuations, Equity on 15 May 2015

Fine-Tune Your Emerging Markets Exposure

As investors increasingly look to the emerging markets, investment choices have grown significantly. Rather than the standard broad-based, all-encompassing emerging market equity strategies of yesterday, we’re seeing investors looking to explore and understand more finely tuned exposures to this asset class.

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Jeremy Schwartz / Emerging Market Equity Valuations, Emerging Markets on 05 May 2014

The Differentiation in Emerging Markets Performance in 2014

The emerging markets have been one of the bigger disappointments in terms of performance over the last few years, but there are pockets of opportunity, with some regions displaying fewer imbalances than others.

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Christopher Gannatti / Emerging Market Equity Valuations, Equity on 30 Sep 2013

Will Low-Volatility Strategies in Emerging Markets Participate in Potential Upside?

We conclude our four-post blog series of emerging market equity valuations with a focus on what has become a major theme for equity indexes, emerging market or otherwise: Low volatility.

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Jeremy Schwartz / Emerging Market Equity Valuations, Equity on 23 Sep 2013

Comparing Opportunities within WisdomTree’s Emerging Markets Family

With the plethora of emerging market equity indexes that have come into existence, there are more options for fine-tuning the type of emerging market exposure desired.

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Christopher Gannatti / Emerging Market Equity Valuations, Equity on 19 Sep 2013

Diving Deeper into Specific Emerging Market Opportunities

In a prior blog, my colleague looked at the dividend yield of the MSCI Emerging Markets Index (MSCI EM) as a potential indicator of the emerging markets being “inexpensive.” Here, I turn to the price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio —specifically the P/E ratio of sectors and countries within the MSCI EM.

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