Aberdeen CEO: Stick With the Emerging Markets (CNBC)
Martin Gilbert, the CEO of Aberdeen Asset Management along with Philippa Malmgren, the founder of the DRPM Group, appeared on CNBC to agree that some emerging market firms are “very investable” and discuss the challenges ahead. One comment worth noting came from Gilbert who naturally believes that active funds are better than ETFs for emerging markets because the latter will often give you exposure to less desirable emerging markets like Venezuela.
To read the accompanied article, Stick with the emerging markets: Aberdeen CEO, go to the website of CNBC.
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