Fast Money trader Tim Seymour believes there is more room fro investors to run in emerging markets.
Emerging market stocks continue to outperform US stocks and, according to Seymour, could be headed for even bigger gains.
"You're seeing stabilizing economies and you're seeing stabilizing politics in places like Brazil. This is the tail end of what has been an inverse head-and-shoulders rally in the EEM. Taking a look at this index, this is not just a one-month trade," said Seymour.
More than $25 billion has entered emerging market debt this year as investors seek higher yield as US markets move more slowly.
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