Geographic folios use ADRs and ETFs for exposure to securities offered in specific non-U.S. countries such as Japan, as well as geographic areas like Latin America.

Different parts of the world experience different economic cycles, which can provide investors with diversification benefits. Adding exposure to international markets can diversify a U.S. equity portfolio with exposure to both developed and emerging markets abroad, with the potential to increase returns.

Last Updated: January 25, 2021 Average Annualized Returns
Past performance is no guarantee of future results.
Folio
Inception
YTD
1 Yr
3 Yr
5 Yr
Since Incep.
Australia and New Zealand 07/18/2007 12.40% 28.23% 3.01% 7.86% -2.55%
Asia 04/05/2000 4.54% 24.80% 4.18% 12.73% 3.94%
Africa 04/05/2000 4.40% 24.22% 6.51% 17.70% 9.82%
Global ETF 12/10/2001 3.55% 16.09% 7.42% 13.99% 8.60%
Global 04/05/2000 0.56% 13.34% 10.31% 15.01% 4.99%
Japan 11/21/2000 2.42% 9.46% -0.82% 8.24% 1.76%
International 04/05/2000 0.51% 8.41% 4.26% 10.78% 3.89%
Latin America 04/05/2000 -5.86% -19.11% -10.61% 12.35% 8.59%

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