In a recent post, we introduced a helpful new Dimensional Fund Advisors video series that answers some of investors’ top-of-mind questions. The series features our own advice, as well as advice from other like-minded wealth managers across the country.
At Independence Advisors, we are big on spreading both our creative and financial capital around the globe. Not only does this lead to a richer way of thinking about the world, but the evidence remains compelling that investors are likely to miss out on important diversification benefits and return opportunities if they keep their investments too close to home.
But we get ahead of ourselves. For more insights, please watch this second video in Dimensional’s series, addressing the common investor question: “Why should we invest internationally?” Then let us know if we can answer any questions on how to build and manage your own globally diversified portfolio.
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