facebookUSA stocks/etfs vs Irish- domiciled etfs. When is it appropriate to buy? May I right to say that for long term and dividend, one would go for Irish- domiciled etfs (Like CSPX). - Seedly
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Christopher C

Level 5·Chemical Engineering at NUS

29 Jul 2021

USA stocks/etfs vs Irish- domiciled etfs. When is it appropriate to buy? May I right to say that for long term and dividend, one would go for Irish- domiciled etfs (Like CSPX).

For growth/value etfs like VT (with no dividend), one should go for USA etfs?

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    Lim Boon Tat

    Lim Boon Tat

    29 Jul 2021

    Level 10·Mathematics at Cambridge University

    Frankie Rappaport is the guru on this. Short answer: DCA into it (no perfect time to buy) and yes, CSPX is good because it's low expenses (0.07%), physically replicated, and recommended by Frankie!

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      No appropriate time, just DCA into it and yes, CSPX is a good option for tracking the S&P 500 index.

      As for a counterpart to VT, you can consider Irish-domicled ETFs that track the broader world index eg. IWDA (MSCI World Index), VWRA (FTSE All World Index). Of course DYODD!

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        Chris

        Chris

        29 Jul 2021

        Level 14·Owner and Writer at Tortoisemoney.com

        Generally, this is correct. Another factor that many like to consider also is the Estate Tax in the ...

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