This top-five economy is still a buy despite export challenges

A low MER and a 2.8% dividend yield make this country-focused ETF worth considering, especially after a pullback based on recession and Brexit fears.

This ETF provides exposure to 65 top public companies in this highly industrialized Eurozone nation.


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Exports decide this German ETF’s success

The German economy is still the largest in Europe and ranks among the top-five globally. However, in the near term, it faces challenges as its all-important export industry deals with the U.K.’s threat to leave the European Union without a trade deal. It also faces… Read More

Outlook is bright for big exporter Germany

Germany faces a number of challenges—its population is getting older and its workforce will start to shrink from 2020 onwards. In addition, its largest export markets, including the U.S. and the U.K., are less and less willing to run large trade deficits with Germany. However,… Read More

International ETFs offer rewards—but risk to match

International ETFs offer rewards—but risk to match

Successful investing in international ETFs has a lot to do with understanding the economies of the countries you invest in.

We think conservative investors could hold up to 10% of their portfolios in foreign stocks (outside of the U.S.). One way to do that… Read More