Frontier Markets Overview

Frontier markets ETFs invest in the equity of companies outside of the developed and emerging economic development categories. These developing countries are usually considered too small to be emerging markets, and their financial markets are too illiquid for investors. They are considered the riskiest markets, but many analysts believe there are pricing inefficiencies that investors can take advantage of.

Frontier markets ETFs are part of this market segment:

Features and News

How To Use Single Country ETFs

Founder of Beyond Borders Investment Strategies discusses why single-country ETFs may be superior to broader int’l equity ETFs.

Features and News

Smaller Foreign ETFs Beating The Big Boys

ETFs being big and popular don't always mean they're the best-performing.

Daily Hot Reads

Friday Hot Reads: Growing Use Of ETFs By Endowments

Also, why there can’t be an ETF bubble.

Daily Hot Reads

Wednesday Hot Reads: An ETF For Easy Asset Allocation

Also, traders short this ETF to maximize their Amazon bets.

Features and News

Frontier Market ETFs Poised To Become Riskier

MSCI's reclassification of Pakistan to emerging market status raises some issues for frontier market indices and ETFs.

Daily Hot Reads

Tuesday Hot Reads: Harvard’s Biggest Public Holding Is A High Yield ETF

Also, 65% believe SEC will deny bitcoin ETF a second time.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: iShares Launches Argentina Fund

'AGT' will track the same index as Global X’s Argentina fund, but at a lower cost.

Features and News

3 Views On Best Way To Own Int'l Equities

Strategists offer their approaches and favorite ETF picks among international equity funds.