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As the U.S. steadily tapers its QE, the ECB appears on the verge of action with a monetary stimulus program of its own.

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History makes it clear that the best investment opportunities aren’t always in the U.S. After an off-the-charts 2013, 2014 could be one of those years.

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Even when U.S. stocks appear overpriced based on fundamental valuation metrics, we still see attractively priced stocks available. One of the places where we are finding long-term opportunities is among companies that are significantly increasing their dividend payments, or “dividend growers”.

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The escalating dispute over Ukraine’s sovereign borders is generating global headlines and worrisome what-ifs, but so far the economic ramifications have been largely local. The broader story for emerging markets investors in 2014 is the same as it’s always been: China.

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After last year’s 30% and higher gains for U.S. stocks, there’s a lingering question of how much farther they can climb. This question is coming from those who already have stocks and want to know if now is the time to bail, and by those who are showing up late to the big party and wonder how much longer the band will keep playing. It’s easy to understand why the question is being asked, though it’s harder to arrive at a definitive answer.

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