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Emerging Market Diversification

On 05/28/2013, in Equities, by Jordan Wilson

What do you think of when your hear the term, “emerging markets”?

What type of companies and industries exist in emerging equity markets?

I have no idea what you may think. But in case you do not know … 

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ETF Expense Ratios Between Countries

On 05/17/2013, in Exchange Traded Funds, by Jordan Wilson

“I am considering buying an iShares S&P 500 tracker exchange traded fund. In the United Kingdom where I live, the annual total expense ratio is significantly higher than the exact same fund if I buy it on an American exchange. Why does an identical exchange traded fund (ETF), from the same provider, have a different expense ratios in different countries?”

That is a question recently posed by a reader. A very good question.

A few thoughts in response. 

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Vanguard 2012 Economic Outlook

On 06/08/2012, in Economics, Learning to Invest, by Jordan Wilson

As we move through 2012, uncertainty exists over global economic and financial markets.

Which countries’ economies will prosper? Or maybe the better question is, which countries’ economies will not completely crater in 2012? Which equity markets should investors consider? What should I do about all the market volatility?

There are many concerns out there for investors.

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200 Years of Progress

On 12/08/2010, in Economics, by Jordan Wilson

The BBC has produced an extremely interesting video on the evolution of global prosperity over the last 200 years.

Prosperity being measured by both increases in life expectancy and personal wealth.

As a capitalist, I see it as a testament as to how technological progress can greatly improve one’s quality of life.

But I expect the more socialist readers will also find tidbits to support their worldview.

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