30 Years Later: Leslie Beck Still Following Sir John Templeton’s Advice
Leslie Beck set off on the path of international investing thanks to Sir John Templeton. She’s still there, three decades later.
Parametric Combines Emerging and Frontier Markets for Diversification
Bob Breshock and Greg Johnsen of Parametric Portfolio Associates use four tiers of country weights and 1,500 securities from 43 different countries to diversify.
Olsen Finds True Diversification in International Investing
Christopher Olsen follows the rules with international investing, even if it looks a bit scary.
Oberweis Plays Chinese Consumer Card With Success
The Oberweis China Opportunities Fund leverages a team of experts on the ground to sniff out smaller societal changes that reveal investing opportunities.
Using a Country's Level of Economic Freedom as Investing Benchmark: Advisor David Marotta
David Marotta of Marotta Wealth Management credits a lack of U.S. bias and a focus on “economic freedom” as keys to his foreign investing strategies.
New Franklin Square Fund Will Be Lender of Choice for Euro Corporates
Michael Forman, CEO of Franklin Square Capital Partners, strives to keep companies going amongst their difficulty to fund operations.
Using Global Investing Strategies for Diversity
Investing in ETFs, ADRs and ordinaries since 2000, Dr. Ken Waltzer keeps his eye on the bottom line.
Linser Targets ADRs/GDRs for Safest International Investments
Eric Linser, wealth manager at Avante-Garde Advisors, says depositary receipts are the best means of direct exposure to individual securities from different countries.
Overseas Investing Always a Part of Goodrich’s Strategy
John Goodrich’s 25 years spent in Guam give him a competitive advantage in international investing for his clients. He chooses by country, region and sector.
Motley Fool’s Mann Doesn’t Follow Global Herds
The global financial system has changed a great deal in the two years since Motley Fool Asset Management launched its Epic Voyage Fund.