ETF Region: Global ex USA
Investing in global ETFs can be a great way to diversify and add flexibility to a portfolio. ETFs allow investors to choose from many different countries, regions or themes while having the convenience of low fees, liquidity, and transparency with the same practice used by institutional investors. For example, investors can explore markets such as Japan, Australia and Europe since these markets are often less correlated than US ones; this makes them an attractive option when looking for better portfolio diversification. Additionally, because most ETFs track indices instead of individual stocks their short-term performance is quite consistent; this allows for greater control over risk outlook. While there are challenges presented in maintaining regulatory compliance with emerging markets, the potential return from holding non-U.S. securities can be worth it for any investor hoping to benefit from shifting global dynamics.