When it comes to investing in emerging markets, there's a fundamental difference in attitude between international clients and U.S. clients, says Ramzi Nuwayhid, a Boston-based private wealth advisor at Merrill Lynch's Private Banking & Investment Group.
"On one phone call, I have an international client telling me the markets are down 15% and he thinks it's the best value he's seen in a long time in certain emerging markets," Nuwayhid say. "On another phone call, there's a U. S. client who is very worried and wants to sell the position."
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