Investment Adventures in Emerging Markets

Are EM Small-Cap Stocks Due for a Rebound?
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Are EM Small-Cap Stocks Due for a Rebound?

“The EM small-cap space remains attractive to us, partly because many of the headwinds in 2018 have already been priced into valuations or are likely to abate this year.” - Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity team

An Active View of Emerging Market Small Caps
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An Active View of Emerging Market Small Caps

Many investors overlook small-capitalization stocks, and even more so in emerging markets. But perhaps more investors should take a closer look at the smaller end of the market spectrum, according to the Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity team. Manraj Sekhon, Chetan Sehgal, Vikas Chiranewal and Krzysztof Musialik explore the opportunities for investors in this space, and why they believe active managers can add value.

An Active Look at Small-Cap Investing
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An Active Look at Small-Cap Investing

At Templeton Emerging Markets Group, we believe emerging market (EM) small-capitalization (small-cap) stocks represent an attractive proposition in the current investment climate. However, there are some common misconceptions regarding the asset class that conceal key strengths we believe an active manager could capitalize on.

Emerging-Market Small Caps: A Distinct Growth Opportunity
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Emerging-Market Small Caps: A Distinct Growth Opportunity

In such a low-growth world, investing in smaller EM companies may provide exposure to many of the fastest-growing companies in the fastest-growing countries globally.