Multifaceted concept comprises a wide range of products focusing on niche markets.
A changing risk/reward scenario has turned traditional investing on its head.
Funds that target up-and-coming consumerism in emerging markets have demographic winds at their back.
The future of the emerging markets is likely to be prospective, but quite different from the first glorious phase.
Emerging markets have become an accepted part of a standard portfolio, but now ETF providers are drilling down to focus on the consumer story.
So far in 2014, India, coffee, biotech and long-dated Treasurys have been good to investors.
India-related funds dominate best performers last month.
Is the imminent T-note floater fund’s expense ratio too good to be true?
Is India’s plan for its own ETF lunacy or genius?