This ETF offers exposure to an asset class that should be in every portfolio, but is often overlooked by investors. Most international ETFs are dominated by mega cap stocks, a bias that can tilt exposure towards energy and financials and result in a weak correlation to domestic consumption patterns in the target market. Small cap equities may be a better "pure play" on the economies where shares are traded, and as such funds like SCZ can be nice complements to products. This ETF is competitive from a cost perspective, and the depth of holdings assures balanced exposure to a number of ex-U.S. developed economies. SCZ is a nice complement to EAFE ETFs such as EFA, and should be used to achieve more complete international equity exposure.
|EPS Estimate Next Quarter||00.00|
|Year Low||00.00 (0.00%)|
|Year High||00.00 (0.00%)|
|Fifty day Moving Average||00.00 (00.00)|
|Two Hundred day Moving Average||00.00 (00.00)|
The information contained in this publication is not intended as an offer or solicitation for the purchase or sale of any financial instrument. Any opinion offered herein reflects Finance.yahoo.com current judgment and may change without notice. Users acknowledge and agree to the fact that, by its very nature, any investment in ETFs, stock options and similar and assimilated products is characterized by a certain degree of uncertainty and that, consequently, any investment of this nature involves risks for which the user is solely responsible and liable