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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

International Stock: Developed Markets

Another subset of international stocks is developed markets. These are 1st world countries with plenty of investment options.
  1. Investment objectives are growth and diversification
  2. Low to high liquidity
  3. Just like U.S. stocks; international stocks range from low to high in risk, but the pricipal and returns can fluctuate a lot.
  4. The tax features reflect emerging markets'.
  5. While more stable these countries are subject t economic, political, currency and liquidity risks.
  6. Different accounting standards.


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