MarketWatch Premium: How investors can tap into ‘industrial revolutions’ in countries including China and India


A typical U.S. investor with a large proportion of his or her portfolio allocated to an S&P 500 Index fund isn’t as diversified as they might believe. As a result, you might consider broadening your horizons, spreading risk and being exposed to more opportunities by looking to emerging markets.

At the end of this article, you can see just how “undiversified” broad U.S. index funds can be.


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