Should You Buy WisdomTree Investments, Inc.?

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Japan's Topix index had an enormous run-up last year, but has since seen a significant pullback this quarter. This has a particularly strong impact on ETF maker WisdomTree Investments , whose assets under management have a very large amount of exposure to the Japanese indices. Does this major pullback in the Japanese market mean WisdomTree investors should panic and flee, or is this moment of weakness a great time to get in at a lower price?

In this segment from Monday's Investor Beat, Motley Fool financial analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson discuss why they consider WisdomTree to be a smart ETF maker, and why investors in WisdomTree today may be making a sound bet on the company's ability to diversify away from Japan in the future, which would make today's prices very attractive.

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