Forget Local, Buy Global: ETFs For Asia’s Best Brand
The proliferation of ETFs has opened up the doors to international markets, bringing investors closer to high growth opportunities along with all of the cost-efficiency and ease-of-use benefits associated with this product structure. While countless investors continue to shed their home country bias, the growing trend of diversifying overseas has inevitably spawned a number challenges for investors at home. One of the biggest questions facing those who are eager to tap into foreign markets is whether to buy an ETF focused on small or large cap firms in the country [Download Free Report: How To Buy The Right ETF Every Time]. Large cap equities boast stability thanks to their multinational streams of revenue; small caps on the other hand stand to offer more of a “pure play” on the local economy given their greater sensitivity to local consumption and demographic trends. The distinction between small and large cap exposure can be a major one; [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Apple Vs. Samsung: Q&A With Scott Freeze ETFs For The World’s Most Valuable Emerging Markets Brands Korea ETFs Plummet As North/South Tensions Flare Ultimate Guide To MSCI Pacific Ex-Japan Index Fund (EPP) RAFI ETFs YTD: Boom Or Bust?
The proliferation of ETFs has opened up the doors to international markets, bringing investors closer to high growth opportunities along with all of the cost-efficiency and ease-of-use benefits associated with this product structure. While countless investors continue to shed their home country bias, the growing trend of diversifying overseas has inevitably spawned a number challenges for investors at home. One of the biggest questions facing those who are eager to tap into foreign markets is whether to buy an ETF focused on small or large cap firms in the country [Download Free Report: How To Buy The Right ETF Every Time].  Large cap equities boast stability thanks to their multinational streams of revenue; small caps on the other hand stand to offer more of a “pure play” on the local economy given their greater sensitivity to local consumption and demographic trends. The distinction between small and large cap exposure can be a major one; [...]

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