Thursday, May 24, 2007

How to invest money in Europe with ETF or Funds.

For US investors the most easiest way how to trade european countries (of course except few ADRs) is invest via funds or ETF.Of course, on AMEX there is a large number of ETF focused on different european countries but also some specialities.

For instance, limit a portfolio only to companies domiciled in countries that use the euro currency, as does iShares MSCI EMU Index (EZU) to the exclusion of the United Kingdom, Switzerland, and Sweden. Also you can stick just to the biggest companies on the continent, as does DJ Euro Stoxx 50 ETF (FEZ). Quite widespread is also ETF share class (VGK).

Except ETF you can invest money directly to Funds. With distinctive exposure are Mutual European (TEMIX), Putnam Europe Equity (PEUGX) and T. Rowe Price European Stock (PRESX).


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