As the U.S. market slowly wanders towards the road to recovery, many investors who had avoided the short term effects of the recession are now left scratching their heads, looking for a long term solution for slow American economic growth without risking everything. One option is to look through emerging market bonds, which often offer growth potential unparalleled in the U.S., without the risk of emerging equities.
The Pro member download from the Emerging Markets Bonds ETFdb Category page can be used to highlight the Emerging Markets Bonds ETFs with the lowest expenses, highest dividend yields, and best historical performance [see a sample Excel download here; get access to unlimited download capabilities with a free ETFdb Pro trial].
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