There’s a rule-of-thumb you can use to evaluate when risky, higher-yielding bonds may be worth investing in. Sadly the hour typically arrives when entering a market looks as suicidal as entering Deathtrap Dungeon in search of fame and fortune. Apparent probability of death: Near certain! We saw in part two of our Emerging Market bonds […]

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When it comes to legendary investors, Sir John Templeton was a legend’s legend. Templeton is immortalised as the man who brought international investing to North Americans. Touring the world in his twenties – still a racy thing to do eight decades ago, at least out of uniform – Templeton was one of the first to […]

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What caught my eye this week. I suppose it’s because I’ve long worked from home anyway, but I’ve been overlooking a big aspect of ‘back to office’ post-Covid debate. Hitherto I’ve mostly focused on the productivity angle. How would firms weigh productivity gains from remote work against the loss of culture or development potential, I […]

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This post – part three of a Monevator deep dive into Emerging Market debt as an asset class – will compare the best Emerging Market bond ETFs and funds I can find. The two previous posts examined the case for and against Emerging Market bonds: Part one investigated the superior risk-adjusted returns of EM debt. […]

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This article on thematic ETFs is by The Lone Exchanger from Team Monevator. Come back every Monday for another fresh perspective. Opening up his browser and heading to the ‘Funds’ page of his online broker, The Lone Exchanger felt like trying something new. Navigating away from the relative safety of his All-World Tracker, he discovered a […]

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