So the diversity within emerging markets and the lack of transparency within emerging markets is exactly what excites us as stock pickers.

When you think about the emerging-market benchmark, it’s highly inefficient; it’s highly volatile. So trying to mimic that benchmark really has no value.

What’s exciting about emerging-market investing is that the opportunity keeps on changing, and you don’t only find opportunities in the conventional places like China and India. Sometimes they come from really unexpected places.

One example might be a Mexican tortilla maker. Americans are now eating more Mexican food. This is a robust trend—I call this the “globalization of the American palate.” Another example might be, there was a period where Dubai was going through a lot of stress. But we noticed that there was a certain point in time when traffic through the Dubai airport was continuing to rise [in the] double digits. You had real estate prices continuing to rise. And if you look at the 100-mile radius within Dubai, there aren’t a lot of places to get some R&R. You have to go to Dubai. And that’s what we capitalize on.