Foreign Investing

An In-Depth Look At The Performance Of American Depository Receipts Since 2007

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by ronsurz     May 25, 2012      0.0 (0) Once the darling of non-U.S. portfolios, American Depository Receipts (ADRs) are not discussed much any more, probably because of the popularity of exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Nonetheless, the ADR market is huge, representing more than $9 trillion, so someone holds them. How does the performance of ADRs compare with EAFE (Europe Australia Far Eas

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The Results Of Women's Money Management Roles May Defy Expectations

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by lisagray     March 27, 2012      0.0 (0)   Women traditionally are thought to be more conservative in managing money. But a recent survey says that women banking executives are taking more risks than their male counterparts.   In the increased focus on equal treatment and equal pay between men and women, little attention has been pxaid to how women and men function diff

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Cross-Border Investing Can Trigger Tricky Cost-Basis Reporting

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by lisagray     March 15, 2012      0.0 (0) One of the easiest ways for investors to gain international investment exposure is through mutual funds and ETFs. Determining cost basis for reporting and tax purposes can be tricky. Rules for determining cost bases are different in each country. Then currency fluctuations can change cost basis entirely.   Technology may once again be t

Think The European Debt Crisis Doesn't Affect Your Clients? Think Again.

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by lisagray     March 05, 2012      0.0 (0) A recent survey conducted by Spectrem compares how mass affluent and high net worth investors rank the impact of the European debt crisis on their portfolios. Last week’s downgrading of Greek debt by Moody’s to the lowest possible status may start a new contagion as other countries debt ratings come under review.   Despite t

India's Stock Market Has Entered Bull Market Territory As Emerging Economies Rebound

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by shiggins     February 27, 2012      0.0 (0) China and Brazil have been getting most of the publicity of late, but investors can look toward India for some major momentum.

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