PHILADELPHIA, PA, August 28, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- According to 1Wealth Partners, emerging markets are on the decline. Though many investors have expressed excitement and optimism over emerging markets, as recently as a few weeks ago, these markets have fallen on hard times. A recent Reuters report
makes this clear. 1Wealth Partners has issued a new statement to the press, commenting on the Reuters article and on the future of emerging markets.
Reuters notes that emerging markets have been engulfed in heavy selling for a good while now, with more and more currencies falling prey to fears of higher global borrowing costs, as well as a reduction in cheap cash from the U.S. Both the Indian rupee and the Turkish lira skidded to new, record-setting lows against the dollar, while the Indonesian rupiah hit four-year lows. At the same time, currencies that have previously withstood these hardships--such as the Mexican peso and the Korean won--are now beginning to feel the heat.
"This is something that many market analysts predicted might happen," says 1Wealth Partners, in its new statement to the press. "Essentially, we are seeing the effects of the volatility that has always underpinned these emerging markets. We are also seeing that these economies have, all along, been propped up by foreign investors--and with those investors pulling out, the situation looks dire."
1Wealth Partners also remarks that investors have no reason to continue gambling on emerging markets. "Our investors make better returns simply by investing in the stock market, using the proven 1Wealth Partners platform," the company maintains. "Our investors can thrive in all conditions, in fact--even during the bleakest hours of financial crisis."
Much of the plight facing emerging markets stems from the cutback in U.S.-backed moneys. Says Reuters: "Market expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve will start cutting back its $85 billion-a-month money printing program from September were maintained after minutes from the U.S. central bank's July meeting gave little new guidance on timing. That drove a fresh spike in U.S. 10-year yields, the risk-free rate against which all assets, including emerging markets, are benchmarked."
Indeed, the article contends, as U.S. Treasury yields hit new two-year highs, more and more investors began to dump their emerging assets. Emerging equities have fallen for five straight sessions and counting, bringing the 2013 losses to 13 percent total.
As currency weakening has accelerated, central banks have been forced into action. In Turkey, for example, the central bank "pledged to increase dollar sales to sell $350 million on Thursday after the lira hit a record low for the second day in a row but analysts called for more steps." Turkish stocks have lost more than two percent, while bond yields have risen.
Nations such as Indonesia and India have also sustained significant losses.
1Wealth Partners, meanwhile, provides investors with the opportunity to generate high returns via the stock market, avoiding the volatility of these emerging markets.
offers stock market software that provides maximum accuracy and efficiency to corporate and individual stock market traders. The company has been in Australia since 2003 and has developed a solid reputation for getting results. Their investment hub is based in Sydney, with offices spread across countries all over the world. The vision of 1Wealth is to partner investors with the technological tools and financial strategies they need to generate consistent stock market revenues, and ultimately to generate lifelong earnings.