Andrew Manton, a Portfolio Manager for International strategies was featured in Advisorperspectives.com highlighting 4 myths about investing outside U.S. Markets
For much of the past decade, U.S. stocks have been on a tear, outpacing foreign investments in most major markets. But with U.S. shares reaching lofty valuations and fundamentals firming up in many other countries, financial advisors would be wise to consider adding an international allocation or increasing a client’s non-U.S. holdings.
While investors are influenced by the facts and reality of the current investing landscape, mythical thinking can also drive investor behavior. Here are 4 myths or misunderstandings I have noticed that advisors hold onto when it comes to investing outside of the U.S.
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