Sponsored by VanEck Funds
The rise of passive investing in emerging markets shows no signs of abating as very many indices have been created and new ETFs are being proposed to further carve up the asset class. And yet, active stratigies continue to outperform. This has caused us to reflect again on the relative role, advantages and disadvantages of active vs. passive investing in emerging markets.
This white paper explains:
- Emerging markets index limitations and inefficiencies
- Discuss how an acitve solution can fit within an investor's total portfolio allocation framework
Please note that Van Eck Securities Corporation (an affiliated broker-dealer of Van Eck Associates Corporation) offers investment products that invest in the asset classes discussed herein.
This is not an offer to buy or sell, or a solicitation of any offer to buy or sell any of the securities mentioned herein. The information presented does not involve the rendering of personalized investment, financial, legal or tax advice. Certain statements contained herein may constitute projections, forecasts and other forward looking statements, which do not reflect actual results, are valid as of the date of this communication and subject to change without notice. Information provided by third party sources are believed to be reliable and have not been independently verified for accuracy or completeness and cannot be guaranteed. The information herein represents the opinion of the author(s), but not necessarily those of VanEck.
All investing is subject to risk, including the possible loss of the money you invest. As with any investment strategy, there is no guarantee that investment objectives will be met and investors may lose money. Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against a loss in a declining market. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.