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10 Things You Should Know About International Investing

10 Things You Should Know About International Investing

| October 17, 2023

Are you considering investing in equities across the pond? In this episode, I will be sharing 10 of the most important things you should know when it comes to international investing. You will learn about some of the basic benefits and risks, as well as key areas to understand so that you will be able to pick strong international investments.

When it comes to international investing, it can seem a bit too foreign or risky to dabble in, but there are some serious upsides. I will share important things to note about top-performing stocks, where we are in the cycle, how inflation plays into this, and much more. We often tend to think it’s safer at home, but if you’re interested in diversifying your portfolio, international investments may be a good way to go!

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What You’ll Learn:

  • The benefits of looking beyond our borders for investments.

  • Developed market equities vs. emerging market equities.

  • The value of diversification.

  • How the cycle of performance may be changing and what we need to pay attention to.

  • The price and payout that may be more beneficial when it comes to international investments.

  • How the value of the dollar impacts your international investing.

  • The unique set of risks your international investments may be open to.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

  • “Despite the wide range of investment opportunities in the United States, a look beyond our borders can offer a much bigger playing field.” - Regina McCann Hess
  • “Diversifying with international investments may help investors lessen the impact of volatility across the board.” - Regina McCann Hess
  • “A majority of the world’s top performing stocks have consistently been international.” - Regina McCann Hess


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