Today we are featuring top-performing “Non-US” equity mutual funds, which primarily
invest in equity securities of foreign companies.

Investors can find such funds by checking out the entire list of the Zacks #1 Rank
Non-US Equity Funds.

3 Value Picks

Dreyfus Emerging Markets A (UNWPX) was
incepted in June 1996. The investment seeks long-term capital growth.

The fund normally invests at least 80% of its assets in stocks of companies that are
organized, or have a majority of assets or business, in developing countries. It is

The fund?s key holding include Brazilian Petroleum Corp. (PBR.A), Samsung
Electronics and Malayan Banking.

Oppenheimer Quest International Value A (QIVAX) seeks
long-term capital appreciation.

The fund normally invests in equity securities of issuers that are either domiciled
or have their primary operations in at least five different countries outside the
United States. As of May 2009, its portfolio turnover was 32%.

Dominic Freud has been lead manager at the fund since January 2005. The fund
distributes dividends and capital gains annually.

Sextant International (SSIFX) seeks
long-term capital growth. It generally focuses on countries with mature markets.

The fund invests in securities of at least three nations outside the U.S. It
diversifies its investment across industries and companies, and generally follows a
value investment style.

The fund has topped its benchmark index in terms of total returns in the last 1-, 3-
and 5-year periods. It has an expense ratio of 1.42%.

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