Many of the products that Americans rely on every day are manufactured by overseas companies; a trend we believe is likely to continue. Yet although Americans don’t hesitate to consume products made abroad, historically, they strongly prefer to invest in U.S. stocks.1
In our view, this approach may be causing far too many Americans to miss out on some of the best investing opportunities the world has to offer. Global strategies offer the freedom to invest anywhere in the world without being constrained to any single region.
With nearly 200 countries in the world, why invest in just one?
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1 Source: OppenheimerFunds Proprietary Research, 2013.↩
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