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Why Emerging Markets Now?


Emerging markets represent amazing opportunities—in fact, the world’s economy is increasingly powered by the growth of emerging markets and the evolution of the emerging market consumer.


A Smart Way to Access EM in 2019


In our newest emerging markets snapshot, you’ll discover:

  • How the Fed’s new policy may drive sentiment for risky markets
  • That EM valuations are at levels not seen since the mid-2000s
  • Smart ways to reengage with the asset class—and more

Strategies for Investing in Emerging Markets



Discover how our multi-factor approach can help manage currency risk in emerging markets.



Learn how you can potentially tap into the higher growth rates of emerging markets by minimizing exposure to state-owned companies.



Find out why leveraging a divided approach could be beneficial for managing valuations in emerging markets.

Commentaries from Our Thought Leaders


India’s “Trump” Card: Tax Cuts!

by Gaurav Sinha

India just got another boost for economic growth. After an unprecedented rate cut, India’s government, in a big boost to “India Inc.,” announced corporate tax cuts of 8% to 15%. Gaurav Sinha analyzes what this tax cut means for different sectors and how investors might benefit.


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State Owned Enterprises: The Principal-Agent Problem

by Matt Wagner, CFA

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.


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Two Strategies for One Emerging Markets Approach

by Brian Manby

Investing in emerging markets can have daunting levels of risk. Yet many investors continue putting their emerging markets allocation into one cap-weighted product, hoping it pays off without much damage. Instead, we suggest that our diversified emerging markets barbell approach has the potential to give investors the yield, volatility mitigation and returns they are looking for.


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Get the Most out of Emerging Markets

by Brian Manby

Through the first six months of the year, emerging markets have lagged most developed markets, despite entering the year poised for a rally and then falling during May’s sell-off. In light of this volatility, we believe a dividend-weighted approach to emerging market small-cap equities strikes an intriguing balance between return potential and volatility mitigation.


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Capitalize on Emerging Opportunities

Emerging markets represent amazing opportunities—in fact, the world’s economy is increasingly powered by the growth of emerging markets and the evolution of the emerging market consumer.


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Timing Is Everything, and It’s Good for Emerging Markets


The time may be right to consider emerging markets. These WisdomTree Funds may be best positioned to help you capitalize on emerging market opportunities.



The first ETF to buy local market shares, EPI provides access to some of the most profitable and fastest growing companies and sectors in India.

Learn more about EPI



The first ETF to remove state-owned enterprises in India, IXSE provides the potential reduce the risks and enhance the returns of Indian equities.

Learn more about IXSE



The WisdomTree Emerging Markets ex-State-Owned Enterprises Fund seeks to track the investment results of emerging market companies that are not state-owned enterprises.

Learn more about XSOE



The WisdomTree Emerging Markets Multifactor Fund can help investors generate alpha while reducing the risks and costs of active managers through systematic multifactor exposure with a dynamic currency hedge overlay to emerging market stocks.


Learn more about EMMF



The first emerging market ETF built only with dividend payers, DEM provides broad diversification and performance potential.

Learn more about DEM