With the right politicians in place, India's economy has sprung back to life. Investors can believe in the emerging-growth power of Indian stocks once more. More
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One of the key principles to a capitalistic society and economy for that matter is the ability to expand businesses and continue growth. As countries become more and more industrialized, citizens begin to demand new goods and more technology. Hoping to capitalize on the new demand, multinational corporations attempt to infiltrate the emerging economy to expand their business. Today, some of the most promising emerging markets are China, India, and Brazil.
As an investor, there are many ways to invest in emerging markets. Three of the best ways are to invest in multinational corporations, invest in a foreign company that is located in the emerging market, or to invest in a mutual fund or ETF that is specific to emerging markets.
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Emerging markets are scary right now, but that is precisely what makes them an attractive buy at current prices. More
If investors want to foster long-term growth in their portfolios from emerging market stocks, ETFs are the best additions to make. More
Additional easing, insulation from geopolitical instability and bargain prices should keep fueling China stocks through year-end. More