With U.S. markets having outpaced foreign markets as economies claw back from the pandemic, some investors may have forgotten that regional market leadership changes. A smart, diversified investor allocates holdings to stocks both at home and abroad to not miss out when the tide turns. After all, the U.S. doesn’t have a monopoly on good businesses, entrepreneurial spirit and profit potential. In this special report, available exclusively from Adviser Investments, you’ll learn why investing in foreign companies might make sense for you. We discuss how: The large number of companies overseas means fund managers have more opportunities to choose among—increasing the chances of finding ignored or underpriced stocks Foreign investors are paying far less for every dollar of earnings Markets abroad may present greater upside opportunity at this stage of their economic and market recoveries It’s never too soon to become a more informed investor. Fill out the form on this page to get your free, no-obligation copy of Investing Globally: More Variety, More Opportunities today! For informational purposes only; not a recommendation to buy, hold or sell any investment product. Past performance is not an indication of future returns. Speak with a financial adviser before taking specific action.