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Latin America Equity

Latin America equity mutual funds and ETFs own securities listed on the... Latin America equity mutual funds and ETFs own securities listed on the stock exchanges of Latin America countries. These include the nations of Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and others. The most well-known benchmarks are the IPSA (Chile), the Bovespa (Brazil), and the Merval (Argentina). Latin American exchanges have large weightings in energy, financials, and consumer staples. Some of the biggest companies on the market include Vale, Petróleo Brasileiro, and Itau Unibanco. Latin America equity mutual funds and ETFs may be passively or actively managed. They may also leave currency exposure unhedged, or choose to protect the portfolio from swings in the value of the various currencies in the region. Some countries in Latin America have more developed economies than others. Brazil and Chile, for example, are still considered emerging markets, but both have much higher GDP and per capita income than the frontier economies of Nicaragua and Belize. Latin America equity mutual funds and ETFs are appropriate for aggressive-minded investors willing to take on more risk in search of higher returns. Last Updated: 02/21/2024 View more View less

Latin America equity mutual funds and ETFs own securities listed on the stock exchanges of Latin America countries. These include the nations of Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and others. The most well-known benchmarks are... Latin America equity mutual funds and ETFs own securities listed on the stock exchanges of Latin America countries. These include the nations of Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and others. The most well-known benchmarks are the IPSA (Chile), the Bovespa (Brazil), and the Merval (Argentina). Latin American exchanges have large weightings in energy, financials, and consumer staples. Some of the biggest companies on the market include Vale, Petróleo Brasileiro, and Itau Unibanco. Latin America equity mutual funds and ETFs may be passively or actively managed. They may also leave currency exposure unhedged, or choose to protect the portfolio from swings in the value of the various currencies in the region. Some countries in Latin America have more developed economies than others. Brazil and Chile, for example, are still considered emerging markets, but both have much higher GDP and per capita income than the frontier economies of Nicaragua and Belize. Latin America equity mutual funds and ETFs are appropriate for aggressive-minded investors willing to take on more risk in search of higher returns. Last Updated: 02/21/2024 View more View less

Overview

Returns

Income

Allocations

Fees

About

Security Type
Management Style
Share Class Type
Share Class Account
As of 2/20/24

$33.69

+1.75%

$5.11 B

7.25%

$2.44

26.78%

7.28%

1.18%

2.60%

0.59%

$28.57

+0.70%

$1.41 B

6.02%

$1.72

23.46%

8.13%

2.16%

2.49%

0.48%

$25.98

+1.56%

$578.34 M

1.36%

$0.35

-3.75%

-2.78%

-7.30%

-2.12%

0.59%

$14.01

+1.67%

$219.51 M

3.50%

$0.49

21.19%

-1.50%

0.49%

0.87%

0.59%

$19.92

+0.84%

$127.24 M

7.20%

$1.43

23.39%

6.59%

0.88%

-

0.19%

$34.98

-0.21%

$98.34 M

4.05%

$1.42

23.59%

1.42%

1.80%

3.10%

0.59%

$20.36

+1.70%

$73.15 M

2.96%

$0.60

19.31%

7.71%

3.24%

4.31%

0.80%

$23.66

+0.47%

$60.88 M

6.91%

$1.63

19.00%

10.34%

3.61%

-

0.19%

Mexico Equity & Income Fund Inc

XMXEX | Fund | Other

$15.02

-0.33%

$50.38 M

0.00%

-

9.88%

9.60%

5.02%

1.16%

3.89%

$22.54

-1.36%

$31.61 M

10.59%

$2.39

29.62%

-2.58%

-4.48%

-6.53%

0.62%

OTG Latin America Fund

OTGAX | Fund | A

$8.98

+0.11%

$16.26 M

2.47%

$0.22

17.42%

7.93%

-

-

2.99%

$11.83

+0.04%

$5.56 M

0.00%

$0.00

20.68%

5.91%

2.60%

3.45%

0.80%

$30.03

+1.87%

$4.11 M

2.96%

$0.89

29.58%

-2.18%

-17.71%

-11.63%

2.65%

Global X Brazil Active ETF

BRAZ | Active ETF

$27.59

+1.70%

$3.01 M

3.39%

$0.93

-

-

-

-

0.75%

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