Three Ways To Play Asia’s Rise With Exchange Traded Funds (ETF’s)

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August 12, 2009 2:32pm ETF BASIC NEWS NYSE:DND

asiaChina, the world’s third largest economy and second largest stock market, is growing again without the aid of any other global economy’s consumer in tow


. So, how is China growing this time around and what does it mean for long-term investors like us? To a certain degree, you can “credit” China’s ability to manipulate stimulus money and their own economy,” Jim Lowell Reports From The Money Show. 

“Politics aside, the question isn’t whether or not the cures provided by China and the US will ultimately save or kill the global market patient. The question is whether or not, despite political interventions, the markets at home and abroad will heal themselves. As I have been saying since last October, I think they will,” Lowell Reports.

“I want to make sure every [reader] is up to speed on the most remarkable lineup of Pacific Rim plays (in both quantity and quality) from every ETF family. The following ETFs have at least 50% of their assets invested in countries that are a part of the Pacific Rim, and are on my China watch list as a result,” Lowell Reports.

  • iShares MSCI Pacific ex-Japan (EPP)
  • Vanguard Pacific (VPL)
  • WisdomTree Pacific ex-Japan Total Dividend (DND)

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