International equities have trailed U.S. markets over the past decade, leading many investors to wonder why they should bother investing outside the U.S. But index-based returns can be deceiving, especially when you consider international opportunities on a company-by-company basis. Read and listen to discover why long-term investors should consider more — not less — international in their portfolios.
- Why relying on international stocks for diversification isn’t as simple as it used to be
- Why a company’s source of revenue is more important than its geographic location
- Which industries hold the most intriguing opportunities in Europe, China, Japan and elsewhere
Read the materials and listen to the podcast below, then take the CE credit quiz to earn one hour of CE credit for CFP and CIMA designations.