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Emerging-market stocks have more upside, but in need of correction

I am of the opinion that the rally in emerging-market equities is likely to continue over the next few months. That said, the market has had a huge run and, being overbought, it is in desperate need of consolidation or even a major correction. I continue to favor the Chinese stock market above other emerging markets and developed markets. [...]
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