Bridgewater Associates, the firm of hedge fund billionaire Ray Dalio, took large positions in ETFs, 13F filings show.
Emerging market funds have reversed on heavy volume at 2011 and harmonic resistance, raising the odds that they're posting major tops.
iShares, Inc. is a global leader in exchange-traded funds (ETF) with over $1 trillion invested in 800 different products.
The iShares MSCI Emerging Market ETF (EEM) represents 850 overseas investments heavily-weighted to China, South Korea and Taiwan.
These non-U.S. tech companies serve the world's fastest-growing markets
Strong uptrends and well-defined risk/reward setups suggest that it could be time to buy key emerging market ETFs.
Investors are fleeing the Mexico ETF as NAFTA talks heat up.
Druckenmiller, former head of Duquesne Capital, bought consumer and tech stocks in the Chinese market, according to a 13F filing.
After Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio recommended that investors take positions in gold, his 13F reveals that he has followed his own advice.
Cheaper can be better with emerging markets ETFs. This one proves it.