VanEck Vectors Brazil Small-Cap ETF (BRF)
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Brazilian assets have underperformed since the end of the second quarter, with weakness across all asset classes: FX, credit and rates. In credit, Brazil has widened a bit more than comparable stable BBs in Latin America since June.
With domestic small cap equities generating so much buzz this year, some tactical investors may wondering what international markets have to offer on this front. Risk-tolerant investors may want to look to Latin America and the VanEck Vectors Brazil Small-Cap ETF (BRF).
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Brazilian equities look set to benefit from a rotation into cyclical stocks as global growth returns. Here are two ETFs to watch.
Wall Street was in a cheerful mood last week as the S&P 500, the Dow Jones and the Nasdaq added 7.3%, 6.9% and 9%, respectively.
Investors looking for overseas opportunities in emerging markets have to tread lightly given the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly in Latin America. Nonetheless, ETF investors looking to place their bets on Brazil can do so with small-caps as its economy continues to recover.
Exchange-traded fund (ETF) investors looking for international exposure via emerging markets may want to consider Brazil, especially if the country’s economy can stage a comeback next year. However, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), there’s still a lot of work to do.
ETF Trends CEO Tom Lydon discussed the VanEck Vectors Brazil Small-Cap ETF (BRF) on this week’s “ETF of the Week” podcast with Chuck Jaffe on the MoneyLife Show. BRF offers targeted exposure to Brazil’s small cap segment, making it a powerful tool that can be used to fine-tune equity portfolios.
Wall Street gave a subdued performance last week. The S&P 500, the Dow Jones and the Nasdaq lost about 2.3%, 1.8% and 3.3%, respectively, past week.
When budding entrepreneurs have dreams of grandeur on creating the next big app, Silicon Valley might be the first destination on their minds. One place they may not have thought about is Brazil, which could be an ideal breeding ground for app developers.