Wait-and-See Approach May Be Best For Emerging Markets Now

Yes, markets truly are global now, and yes, investors need to have some exposure, but they can’t ignore the risk of political upheaval globally, and here at home as well.

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While U.S. investors nervously ponder what effect this new administration will have on domestic markets, the thought of putting money into emerging markets has no doubt become even more daunting.

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Ben Schrock, Investment Adviser Representative
President, B.A. Schrock Financial Group

Ben Schrock is an Investment Adviser Representative, Insurance Professional and president of B.A. Schrock Financial Group, an independent, full-service financial advising firm in Wadsworth, Ohio. He has more than eight years' experience in the insurance industry and holds his life and health insurance licenses in Ohio and West Virginia. He also has passed the Series 65 exam.