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29 Nov 2020

Is there a world ETF that excludes US? Does it make sense to buy world ETF (including US) + S&P 500, or world ETF (excluding US) + S&P 500? Why?

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    Lin Yun Heng

    Lin Yun Heng

    29 Nov 2020

    Level 12ยทStudent Ambassador 2020/21 at Seedly

    World ETF contains everything in the S&P 500. When you buy a world ETF, you are simply buying the entire array of stocks out there (the good/meh/bad). I would say you can use the World ETF as a base (core) and then add on some sector specific ETFs to capture higher gains or even better, go for high growth ETFs such as ARK which I think too many people overlooked because its an absolute GEM.

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      As a more separated approach

      you could install your own free mix of the economically best countries via country index ETFs

      U.S. (SP500)

      China

      Sweden, Denmark, Norway

      Switzerland

      Singapore

      Germany

      Japan

      Canada

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        U can consider EIMI that focus on emerging countries. There will be alot of duplication for world ET...

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