Now Is The Season To: July 2013
Emerging Market Dividends ETFs
With Fed fears on the rise and volatility coming back in full swing, June saw several corners of the market take significant hits, though some would argue that the month’s pullback was an overdue correction. And while some sectors managed to still close higher for the month, selling pressures in emerging market equities and high yielding securities forced emerging market dividend ETFs into red territory. The pullback, however, does make for a compelling buying opportunity for those willing to stomach the risk .
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