At the closing of markets on Friday, September 29, 2017, Ishares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF (EEM) is the third strongest ETF in our Top 100 ETF list (see Top 100 ETF ranking).
The results of the investment in more productive capacity of a country are the emerging markets. If a country decides to do this, it will be consider as a developing country, since its making progress in many aspects.
Emerging Markets (EEM) is the third ETF in Top 100 ETF
The emerging markets cause a great benefit for the country and its citizens, because they help the people to have a better quality of life.
Industrialization is the key of the emerging markets, due to the desire of having a different economy model that is not supported only on agriculture.
One of the characteristics of the emerging markets is their rapid growth, caused by the rapid change they experience; and the leaders of this markets need to know how to take advantage of this fast pace in order to continue with the industrialized economy.
But there are a few downsides of this economy; one of these is that the people dedicated to the agriculture, like farmers, will lose their jobs over time.
This is the reason why the leaders should know how to handle the growth, in order to not cause discomfort in the society.
Of course there are many ways to address the growth rate, and this is the challenge they must face.