The iShares IEM ETF provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of over 800 companies from emerging markets, like China, India and Brazil.
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IEM invests in a portfolio of companies from emerging markets, like Alibaba, Qatar National Bank and Naspers. Trying to replicate this exposure to emerging markets yourself would be time-consuming and expensive, so IEM could be a solution for investors looking for a targeted exposure to this area.
IEM could be used by investors to gain a tactical exposure to emerging markets, and companies that often get overlooked by other ETFs. These companies provide long-term growth opportunities and can help to diversify your portfolio outside of Australia.
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