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The U.S. Still Number One for Investors

Aaron Levitt Nov 16, 2017


While the current grip for many in the investment world happens to be corporate taxes, the reality is, the U.S. is still one of the best places to be a shareholder. We didn’t invent the idea of stock or mutual funds, but we’ve run with the idea.

And according to another biannual survey, the U.S. continues to pull ahead.

For investors, Morningstar’s Global Fund Investor Experience Survey highlights just how much investors here have it made and why things continue to get better for stock and fund holders in the United States.

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Global Fund Investor Experience

Returns themselves aren’t what determines how an investor’s portfolio does in total. There are a lot of moving parts. It turns out that buying stock in different countries can stack the deck against investors. Investment ratings agency Morningstar has sought to quantify this through their latest survey.

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