Over the past few years, many investors have avoided developed international equity markets for a variety of reasons: anemic growth, disappointing economic data and geopolitical uncertainty. Brian Manby discusses reasons why investors should be optimistic about international equities again.
Value is relative. In order to evaluate whether something is trading at a discount or premium, a critical step is establishing what to compare it to. We believe our factor driven approach can add value over market cycles versus simply owning the market.
WisdomTree was the first to package an ex-state-owned enterprises approach into rules-based ETFs. But we were far from the first to identify the negative impact of the state-ownership structure on shareholders. Matt Wagner discusses the recent commentary.
For many of us, there is one great solace to the end of summer and passage to colder weather: Football is BACK. But, while your friends are reaching for this year’s potential rookie sensation, a few under-loved and undervalued veterans might just do the trick. Matt Wagner uses the fantasy football metaphor to make the case for our rules-based ETF, the WisdomTree U.S. LargeCap Fund.
Valuing companies based on dividends is well-documented and understood. In practice, though, this theory has been stressed over the last decade. Matt Wagner illustrates the impact on fundamentals from an approach that combines dividends and profitability.