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If you are looking for an easy way to invest in international stocks for the purpose of diversification, then exchange funds (ETFs) can be a way to do this.
But what ETFs could be the main options right now? Here are three great ETFs that should be considered a long-term investment:
BetaShares Asia Technology Tigers ETF 04.30 ASX: ASIA
This popular ETF gives investors an impact on the growing Asian economy. The BetaShares Asia Technology Tigers ETF provides investors with easy access to some of the most promising stocks in technology in the Asian market. This means you will own part of well-known companies such as e-commerce giant Alibaba, search engine Baidu and owner WeChat Tencent. BetaShares emphasizes that the technology sector is underrepresented in the Australian stock market and could also become a supplement for investors with the existing distribution of US technology companies.
BetaShares Crypto Innovators ETF 04.30 ASX: CRYP
The BetaShares Crypto Innovators ETF may be an ETF that should be considered if you are interested in a high risk cryptocurrency world. BetaShares notes that the fund gives investors an insight into the growth potential of the crypto economy through a portfolio of companies that are at the forefront of the crypto world. This includes crypto trading platforms, mining and mining equipment firms, and other crypto market service companies. Among his funds you will find Coinbase, Core Scientific, Galaxy Digital, Riot Blockchain and Silvergate.
VanEck Vectors Morningstar Wide Moat ETF (ASX: RAW)
Another ETF worth a look VanEck Vectors Morningstar Wide Moat ETF. When everyone’s favorite investor, Warren Buffett, is looking for investment, he prefers companies with sustainable competitive advantages or ravines. VanEck took this into account and built a whole ETF around it. Currently, this ETF contains 52 companies at attractive prices with sustainable competitive advantages. These include companies such as Alphabet (Google), Boeing, Coca Cola, Kellogg Co, Meta Platforms (Facebook), Philip Morris and Walt Disney.