The right way to invest globally
from The Wall Street Journal
Investors are going to the ends of the earth. Shares of foreign companies are making up an increasingly large chunk of U.S. investors' stock portfolios, as barriers to investment fall, global economies integrate and the potential benefits of international diversification are widely embraced. More than a quarter of the money in U.S. equity mutual funds and exchange-traded funds is in foreign-stock-focused funds, up from 14 percent in 2000, according to the Investment Company Institute, a trade group.
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