Price-to-earnings ratios below 10 are rare for U.S.-focused funds, but common for emerging market ETFs.
There are many ways in which to own China through an ETF, and sometimes bigger doesn’t mean better returns.
With the U.S. stock market trading at lofty P/E ratios, value investors must look elsewhere to find bargains.
Faber sees recent pullbacks as an opportunity to add exposure to Asian real estate.
Chinese and Hong Kong real estate companies offer an attractive way to play China's reflation.
Signs of shifting fortunes in the developing world lifted emerging market ETFs last week.
Investors are looking beyond the traditional bond ETFs in their search for income. Dave Nadig highlights the pros and cons of three asset classes: floating-rate bonds, REITs and MLPs.
The firm’s yuan-denominated bond ETF gets pruned after withering on the vine.
Investors are loosening their grip on Treasurys and wagering on lands far and wide outside the U.S.