By: Steve Smith
After years of the U.S. stock market outpacing nearly all other countries, the rest of the world is showing signs it’s ready to catch up.
To be sure, some of a glimmer of excitement and hope among those championing international diversification happened briefly in 2017. That’s when, for the first time in five years, international stocks beat U.S. stocks by a solid six percentage points, no less. But that hope was soon dashed, as U.S. stocks finished far ahead in 2018. The same is true so far in 2019.
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