Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Emerging Market Funds

Emerging Market Funds are funds that invest specifically in emerging markets such as Vietnam, Russia, or the former Central Asian Republics. The funds have financial and company experts stationed in-country.

These unit trusts are riskier because performance depends on the economic and political conditions of the country. In order to have first-hand knowledge, these unit trusts have their personnel stationed in these countries. However, as stated earlier, these unit trusts are for high-risk investors who are willing to speculate. In some countries, there are only limited opportunities to invest in these unit trusts.


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