The keys to BKF’s success are easy to identify because just how BRIC this ETF is debatable. BKF is more “CB” than BRIC as China and Brazil and combine for over 69% of the fund’s weight. Not one Indian stock is found among the fund’s top-10 holdings and just two Russian stocks make that roster. That is to say BKF does not necessarily a complete BRIC rally to move higher, but if China and Brazil ETFs can build on their recent, though modest gains, BKF is positioned to be a winner.
iShares MSCI BRIC ETF
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