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These days, volatility in emerging markets may cause investors to look elsewhere for opportunities. Despite these fluctuations, can emerging markets still deliver value for institutional investors?
Rodolfo Martell is a Managing Director, Portfolio Manager & Strategist at QMA. Watch as he offers a clear-eyed perspective on the evolving state of emerging markets.
With a potential for economic growth greater than estimated expansion in developed countries, emerging markets present an investment opportunity that cannot be ignored.
While many remain focused on the macro picture of the region, QMA concentrates on the “micro” by using a bottom-up, factor-based, stock selection process that systematically evaluates information on a broad set of companies to identify alpha.
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