VanEck Vectors ETFs
Global moats continued their impressive performance stretch, which began
a year ago, by posting strong returns in February relative to broad U.S. and
international equity markets.
Recent flow trends indicate that investors may approach asset classes differently. U.S. equities investors have favored passively-managed funds in recent years while the story differs for international equities.
U.S. domestic and international moats boasted impressive performance during the first month of 2017.
U.S. domestic moat companies finish strong in 2016 and
international moats bounce back in the fourth quarter.
domestic and international wide moat companies flourished following the U.S.
presidential election resulting in the outperformance of Morningstar's U.S Moat
and International Moat Indices, versus their respective broad market indices.
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