In the mid-90s, there were few choices when it came to investing in exchange traded funds (ETF). Today, you can find an ETF to suit pretty much anything you want. From tracking the S&P 500, to the global fishing industry, to small caps in
Zacks ETF Research: Southeast Asian countries have had a long tradition of enticing investors from all over the globe. This is because the market is an attractive destination for domestic and foreign, investors thanks to solid growth rates, booming populations and generally good governance.
Michael Johnston: Van Eck, the firm that rolled out the first Indonesia ETF a little more than three years ago, introduced a complementary ETF today that will target small cap stocks in the emerging Asian economy. The Market Vectors Indonesia Small-Cap ETF (NYSEARCA:IDXJ) began trading on the NYSE