Templeton Emerging Marke... Dividends - TEM

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust Plc TEM London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
3.20 1.82% 178.60 10:23:37
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
175.00 175.00 178.80 175.40
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Templeton Emerging Marke... TEM Dividends History

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steve3sandal: Hopefully I am not alone here. I bought a few here in November as I wanted to initiate an EM position beyond MYI. I was well taken by a Podcast with Meb Faber, no connection except I can’t miss an episode. The interview with Kevin Carter was instructive to me and I had a good look at his ETF. Didn’t buy but I liked the investment approach to stockpicking. Further I see a considerable overlap with TEM and a 10% discount plus good liquidity. Will be a long term hold and I’ll top up on discount widening and poor noise! Men and Kevin show notes below. My other lead was the GMO position on EM v US going into 2020. Meb also interviewed GMO s Ben Inker and clearly everything fell into place for my purchase. No recommendations may be implied. DYOR. In episode 187 we welcome our guest, Kevin Carter. Meb and Kevin start the conversation with some background on Kevin’s career, getting to know Burton Malkiel, and launching EMQQ.  Kevin offers some of his thoughts on investing in China, including his initial thoughts about the prominence of state owned enterprises. Kevin mentions that a key component to investing in emerging markets is that it’s about the consumer. He notes that emerging and frontier markets are 85% of the world’s people and almost 90% of the people under the age of 30, the GDP of those people are still growing twice as fast as the rest of the world, and their incomes are growing.  Kevin discusses that once he figured out that the indexes that were available to invest in these markets were allocated relatively heavily to the legacy, inefficient, state owned enterprise portion of economies, he got to work on building indexes that were more targeted to capture emerging market growth.  Meb and Kevin then discuss the reality of emerging market allocations for most investors today, and talk about the current weights of emerging market indexes and the implications for investors.  Kevin gets into launching and running EMQQ, and how the index is constructed. He follows with a discussion on emerging market internet company valuations and the current pace of revenue growth.  Meb then poses what he thinks is some of the most common “pushback̶1; he hears about why people can’t invest in China. Kevin addresses some of the arguments he hears for not investing in China, including made up numbers and communism and explains why he doesn’t think there is a lot of merit to those arguments.  As the conversation winds down, Kevin covers his thoughts on India, which he thinks is a particularly interesting opportunity from the standpoint of population size and growth.  All this and more in episode 187, including Kevin’s most memorable investment.
danieldanj: Templeton (TEM) Earnings-Reaction to Keep an Eye http://crweworld.com/Earnings-Calendar
arja: i thought that pjw but TEM hit today and mining stocks carrying the market .
pjw956: uk, europe and usa has recovered but all far east markets closed way down this morning before the bounce back ..... so if those markets bounce back tonight then TEM should recover some / all of todays loss....far east markets are always behind the curve. there is still the concern that if US increases their interest rates in december then money will flow out of emerging markets and back to usa .... we will see
davebowler: Westhouse; Based on the NAV performance of UEM, over the last five years, we believe that it deserves to be part of a core portfolio for investors not just looking at emerging markets but global markets as well. The fund has persistently traded at a discount despite superior performance vis-à-vis its peer group, which we believe is unwarranted. Given the performance differential over the last five years, we would recommend a partial switch from Templeton Emerging Markets (TEM) into Utilico Emerging Markets, even if UEM was trading at parity and TEM was trading at a 12.7% discount. UEM is trading at a 9% discount and the annualised outperformance that UEM has achieved vs. TEM over the last five years is 9.2%, which supports our view that investors should switch into/buy UEM.
jimbo55: Since my last post, the "Line 2" I referred to has been convincingly breached in my opinion and the US Dollar Index (DXY) looks to be on a tear. It may even breach 100, which is a big round number I'd expect every Forex trading bot on the planet to pick up on. The strengthening USD is not good for Emerging Markets. The BIS estimate there to be some USD 7 - 9 trillion carry trades loose in the World, and some of the participants still in those trades must now be starting to get twitchy. A not insignificant proportion of those funds will have found their way into markets in the Far East. Anybody thinking about buying TEM right now should be keeping a watchful eye on the DXY. The stronger it becomes, the more likely we are to find out who's been swimming naked with USD-based leverage in Emerging Markets: http://www.bloomberg.com/quote/DXY:CUR/chart Personally, I'd stay well away for the time being. It looks like the 100 day EMA on TEM is about to breach the 200 day EMA to the downside, and this is never a good sign on the chart technical front alone.
jimbo55: Based on this chart: http://www.bloomberg.com/quote/DXY:CUR/chart ... and this one: hxxp://www.seeitmarket.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/us-dollar-strength-percent-above-200-day-moving-average.jpg ... and a few other little factors such as the following, which bear added significance if "Line 2" in the above chart is convincingly breached this year: http://blogs.ft.com/beyond-brics/2014/10/01/parsing-em-vulnerability-to-carry-trade-unwinding/? ... now is NOT the time to be considering a re-investment in TEM.
irenekent: Now is the time I think to be considering re-investment in TEM.
dondee: Anyone know why TEM jumped 9.5p yesterday?
hectorp: Emergers looks very good value again. TEM is oversold... the time to buy was last week. Did you? OK nor did I.. will have a look if Greek Government gets sorted.
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