The investment seeks investment results that generally correspond (before fees and expenses) to the price and yield of the FTSE RAFI Emerging Markets Index. The fund will invest at least 90% of its total assets in securities of companies domiciled in countries that are classified as emerging markets within the country classification definition of FTSE International Limited that comprise the underlying index, as well as ADRs and GDRs that are based on the securities in the index. The index is designed to track the performance of securities of companies domiciled in emerging market countries with the highest ranking cumulative score ("Fundamental Value").
Inception Date: 27/09/2007
Primary Benchmark: FTSE RAFI Emerging NR USD
Primary Index: MSCI ACWI Ex USA NR USD
Gross Expense Ratio: 0.49%
Management Expense Ratio: 0.48 %
|VWO||Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets||0.12 %||
|IEMG||iShares Core MSCI Emerging Mar..||0.14 %||
|EEM||iShares MSCI Emerging Index Fu..||0.67 %||
|SCHE||Schwab Emerging Markets Equity||0.13 %||
|EEMV||iShares Edge MSCI Min Vol Emer..||0.67 %||
|SPEM||SPDR Index Shares Fund Portfol..||0.12 %||
|FNDE||Schwab Fundamental Emerging Ma..||0.39 %||
|DEM||WisdomTree Emerging Markets Hi..||0.63 %||
|GEM||Goldman Sachs ActiveBeta Emerg..||0.45 %||
|DGS||WisdomTree Emerging Market Sma..||0.63 %||
|Market Performance vs.
Industry/Classification (Diversified Emerging Mkts)
|Market Performance vs. Exchange (NYSE Arca)|
|Value||Sector Median||Percentile Rank||Grade||Market Median||Percentile Rank||Grade|
|Trailing 12 Months|
|Trailing 5 Years|
|Average Annual (5 Year Horizon)|
|Risk Return Profile|
|Volatility (Standard Deviation)||21.85%||9%||F||31%||F|
|Risk Adjusted Return||28.26%||70%||C-||42%||F|
|Letter Grade||Percentage||Letter Grade||Percentage||Letter Grade||Percentage|
|Target Price Action||Rating Action||Analyst||Rating||Price||Date|
This is a composite scorecard based on the application of evaluation criteria deemed most important by analysts. This is not a buy or sell recommendation.
This is one of the largest entities in its sector and is among the top quartile. Such companies tend to be more stable.
The stock has outperformed its sector peers on average annual dividend returns basis in the past 5 years (for a hold period of at least 12 months) and is in the top quartile. This can be a good buy, especially if it is outperforming on total return basis , for investors seeking high income yields.
The total returns for this company are volatile and above median for its sector over the past 5 years. Make sure you have the risk tolerance for investing in such stock.