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The Impact of US Policy on Emerging Markets: Three Investor Misconceptions
By Advisor Perspectives
As investors continue to grapple with market jitters brought on by months of US-China trade tensions and other market uncertainties, Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity’s Chetan Sehgal explains why the recent volatility could present opportunities in the medium to long term. He also considers some investor misconceptions about emerging markets and the positive factors that many are missing in part three of this series, “The Impact of US Policy on Emerging Markets.”
The fallout from the US-China trade war and other uncertainties continue to weigh on investor sentiment for emerging markets. But we don’t think the trade spat or some other issues, which we perceive to be short term in nature, should cloud investors’ long-term view of the asset class.
Read more at Advisor Perspectives.