Investing internationally can add a layer of complexity, especially when corporate governance and political influence are concerns. Kara Marciscano provides a solution for investors seeking to avoid portions of the Chinese market where a high-level government influence may dilute future returns.
With emerging markets (EM) selling off, we believe EM investors should take a step back and reassess their portfolios. Ben Tan explains why for investors with a longer-term view, the recent underperformance in the market can represent a buying opportunity.
Chinese equities currently only account for approximately 3% of global equity benchmarks, despite their companies making up a larger portion of global equity market capitalization. By including a significant portion of A-shares in our emerging market strategies, WisdomTree continues to remain ahead of the opportunity in China.