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International Small-Cap Growth Equity

International small-cap growth mutual funds and ETFs invest the majority of their... International small-cap growth mutual funds and ETFs invest the majority of their assets in small companies listed on non-U.S. developed markets. These typically include nations in Europe (Germany, France, Spain, Switzerland, the U.K., and Italy, as well as the Scandinavian countries), Australia, Canada, and Japan. Companies considered to be small-cap stocks typically have market capitalizations typically under $1 billion. Some international small-cap growth mutual funds and ETFs and mutual funds invest solely in smaller companies, although some portfolios invest in stocks of all sizes, yet maintain a small-cap profile for the overall fund. Growth companies are typically projected to grow at a faster rate than stock market average and they tend to trade at higher valuations (price-earnings ratios, for example), than so-called value stocks. This is because they are typically valued more for their potential years from now, rather than their current revenue or earnings. On one hand, international small-cap growth mutual funds and ETFs can be good investments if their holdings manage to meet or exceed forecasted revenue and earnings growth. On the other hand, funds and ETFs with holdings that fail to meet estimated future revenue or earnings targets may significantly decline in value. International small-cap growth mutual funds and ETFs can have significant exposure to the energy, communications, and consumer sectors. Some may also own financial services and materials companies. International small-cap growth mutual funds and ETFs are purchased by investors primarily for their capital gains potential. While some do offer dividend payouts, these yields tend to be low. They are usually appropriate for more aggressive investors willing to take on more risk in search of higher returns. Last Updated: 04/15/2024 View more View less

International small-cap growth mutual funds and ETFs invest the majority of their assets in small companies listed on non-U.S. developed markets. These typically include nations in Europe (Germany, France, Spain, Switzerland, the U.K.,... International small-cap growth mutual funds and ETFs invest the majority of their assets in small companies listed on non-U.S. developed markets. These typically include nations in Europe (Germany, France, Spain, Switzerland, the U.K., and Italy, as well as the Scandinavian countries), Australia, Canada, and Japan. Companies considered to be small-cap stocks typically have market capitalizations typically under $1 billion. Some international small-cap growth mutual funds and ETFs and mutual funds invest solely in smaller companies, although some portfolios invest in stocks of all sizes, yet maintain a small-cap profile for the overall fund. Growth companies are typically projected to grow at a faster rate than stock market average and they tend to trade at higher valuations (price-earnings ratios, for example), than so-called value stocks. This is because they are typically valued more for their potential years from now, rather than their current revenue or earnings. On one hand, international small-cap growth mutual funds and ETFs can be good investments if their holdings manage to meet or exceed forecasted revenue and earnings growth. On the other hand, funds and ETFs with holdings that fail to meet estimated future revenue or earnings targets may significantly decline in value. International small-cap growth mutual funds and ETFs can have significant exposure to the energy, communications, and consumer sectors. Some may also own financial services and materials companies. International small-cap growth mutual funds and ETFs are purchased by investors primarily for their capital gains potential. While some do offer dividend payouts, these yields tend to be low. They are usually appropriate for more aggressive investors willing to take on more risk in search of higher returns. Last Updated: 04/15/2024 View more View less

Overview

Returns

Income

Allocations

Fees

About

Security Type
Management Style
Share Class Type
Share Class Account
As of 4/12/24

$17.06

-1.84%

$3.96 B

2.17%

$0.37

9.20%

-0.62%

6.84%

6.72%

0.01%

Vanguard International Explorer Fund

VINEX | Fund | Investor

$16.93

-1.86%

$1.42 B

2.44%

$0.42

3.84%

-5.39%

2.28%

3.26%

0.52%

$53.25

-1.75%

$728.14 M

0.00%

-

26.60%

0.87%

12.12%

10.86%

1.96%

$70.16

-1.74%

$728.14 M

0.00%

$0.00

27.87%

1.88%

13.24%

11.98%

0.96%

$71.10

-1.74%

$728.14 M

0.00%

$0.00

28.06%

2.02%

13.40%

-

0.83%

International Opportunities Fund

VIOPX | Fund | Other

$14.54

-2.15%

$453.89 M

0.00%

-

7.21%

-4.23%

1.41%

3.36%

1.03%

$14.84

-1.85%

$283.85 M

3.04%

$0.45

2.87%

-4.37%

3.76%

4.91%

0.56%

$9.20

-1.60%

$227.74 M

1.10%

$0.10

12.03%

-2.73%

8.09%

7.30%

1.16%

$39.22

-1.14%

$129.29 M

1.11%

$0.44

19.06%

3.05%

9.19%

-

0.29%

Empiric Fund

EMCAX | Fund | A

$59.51

-1.23%

$26.68 M

0.00%

-

13.20%

-0.94%

8.15%

7.82%

2.17%

$13.90

-2.84%

$5.49 M

0.00%

-

-16.51%

-26.74%

-8.27%

-

0.80%

Wanger International

WSCAX | Fund | Other

$19.39

-1.97%

$25.20 K

0.62%

$0.12

0.00%

-12.69%

-1.92%

0.83%

1.22%

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