Financial advisors need not lean on promises of decades of growth to persuade clients to buy either equity or debt from the so-called frontier markets.

Rather, the driving force for such investments should be diversification, which will mitigate total asset portfolio volatility, some say. Others remain focused on frontier markets’ long-term growth potential.

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