Should a client’s investment plan include American Depository Receipts (ADRs) for international exposure?
“ADRs can play a significant role,” says Joe Costigan, director of equity research at Bryn Mawr (Pennsylvania) Trust, cautioning that investors shouldn’t rely solely on them for international diversification. To do so would compound the risks of investing in individual stocks.
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