The Best Emerging Markets Equities ETFs
The table below compares the performance and other essential indicators like dividend yield and expense ratio of 125 Emerging Markets Equities ETFs.
Emerging markets equities ETFs are exchange-traded funds that invest in a diversified portfolio of companies based in emerging market countries. These countries typically have lower per capita income, less developed infrastructure and institutions, and higher economic and political risk than developed countries. Examples of emerging market countries include China, Brazil, India, Russia, South Africa, and many others.
Emerging markets equity ETFs provide exposure to the growth potential of these economies and companies. However, they are considered to be riskier than developed markets equity ETFs due to the potential for greater volatility and political instability. They also tend to be more sensitive to changes in global economic conditions and currency fluctuations. Nevertheless, despite the risks, many investors see the long-term potential for returns in these markets and use these ETFs to gain diversified exposure to them.
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