Barron's Blog investigates how to allocate emerging market funds after the Brexit vote last Thursday for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union.
With the benchmark MSCI Emerging Markets Fund down 1.6 per cent, hold up, oil down, and many placing their trust in the US dollar, emerging market investments should be properly adjusted.
Barron's advises 4.4 per cent in emerging market stocks, 1 per cent in fixed-income investments in emerging market bonds. As for the rest, 3 per cent cash, 18 per cent alternative investments, 29 per cent in fixed income, and 51 per cent equities.
Read the full post at Barron's Blog.