An alternative to cap-weighted funds like VWO and EEM for investors interested in broad emerging...
An alternative to cap-weighted funds like VWO and EEM for investors interested in broad emerging markets exposure would be dividend-weighted funds like DEM, writes Dennis Hudachek. The fund's methodology leaves it with a large yield and quite different country exposures - China, Korea, and India nearly disappearing, and Brazil and Taiwan becoming more prominent.
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