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How Currency-Hedged ETFs Stack Up

Posted on 03 June 2014

With over 1,600 exchange-traded funds to choose from, investors can essentially tap into any corner of the investable universe. Perhaps one of the most popular markets has been ETFs that offer exposure to equities outside of the U.S.. Not only do these funds add great diversification benefits, but they are significantly less expensive than mutual fund options.
When it comes to adding global exposure, it is important for investors to realize how currency exposure can seriously impact bottom line returns. Most international equity ETFs effectively establish a long position in the local currency and a short position in the U.S. dollar. When the value of the dollar is declining, that exposure can work in favor of U.S. investors, as exchange rate fluctuations enhance their returns………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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