🌍 How to Reduce Home-Country Bias by Investing in Global Opportunities
As challenging as international investing has been over the past several years, it has also never been more critical. While developed and emerging markets may be more susceptible to economic shocks, geopolitical instability, and factors such as the pandemic, this is also why they may have higher expected returns in the long run. Investing across geographies, especially when valuations are attractive, is a vital way to improve diversification as the global economy recovers from recent energy and inflationary shocks. How can investors maintain perspective around international investments today?
We discuss in this episode of The Wealth Effect Podcast:
📊 Relative Asset Class Returns
⚖️ Weighing Global Equity Valuations
💱 Major Global Currencies
Matt Faubion, CFP®
Founder - Wealth Manager
Faubion Wealth Management
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