The conventional wisdom is to “go where the growth is.” As a result, many advisors have recommended that investors add to their emerging markets holdings over the past five years. Unfortunately, for many, this strategy hasn’t worked as planned, especially for those invested in passive index funds. Despite gross domestic product (GDP) growth that’s continued to be more than two times that of the developed world, emerging markets equity returns have been disappointing ...

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