Financial advisors should tell clients to proceed with caution when news accounts trigger some to consider reducing the global stakes in their portfolios.

For instance, in June, Secretary of State John Kerry and Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew traveled to Beijing to discuss once again a long-awaited, not-yet-delivered bilateral investment treaty. The trip concluded with no more an optimistic outlook than a possible deal three years in the future.

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