PowerShares FTSE RAFI Asia Pacific ex-Japan Portfolio ETFFund
- Change 0.36 (0.8%)
- Volume 0.00 M
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- Assets $38.9M
- Expense Ratio 0.49%
- Yield 5.80%
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Global Equity ETF
PowerShares FTSE RAFI Asia Pacific ex-Japan Portfolio is an exchange-traded fund incorporated in the USA. The Fund seeks investment results that correspond to the FTSE RAFI Asia Pacific ex-Japan Index is a fundamental-weighted index based on the following four fundamental measures of firm size: book value income sales and dividends.
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03-22-2013 02:00 PM by Paul Weisbruch, Street One Financial
Yesterday we talked about recent weakness in South Korea's equity market, where EWY (iShares MSCI South Korea, Expense Ratio 0.59%) has fallen eleven out of the last twelve trading sessions, closing below its 200 day MA yesterday for the first time since mid-November of last year...
04-01-2012 06:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Investors should never be fooled into trading an exchange traded fund based solely on its moniker, lest they discover some nasty surprises down the line. While their moniker may give a sense of the what the investment covers, individuals will still need to do some homework on the...
11-12-2010 06:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Asian countries are projected to expand at its usual astonishing rate, but higher global liquidity may be fueling an asset bubble that could threaten the performance of Asian economies and related exchange traded funds (ETFs). The case for continued growth in Asia is strong: ...
08-31-2010 11:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Asian is home to the largest cluster of mega-global cities, with large international corporations enjoying the current economic prosperity. Though another global slowdown may threaten Asia's markets and related exchange traded funds (ETFs), some believe that Asia will still be th...
03-03-2010 01:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Australia was one of the better-positioned developed economies in 2009, and its exchange traded fund (ETF) followed suit. This year could be another breakout for the land Down Under: In a vote of confidence in its recovery, the central bank raised rates once again. Australia's...
02-11-2010 06:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Asia's economies have remained more hardy than most as they've faced down a variety of economic challenges and kept debt low. Related exchange traded funds (ETFs) may offer this stability to your portfolio as well. Western economies are still borrowing money and some (think G...
09-29-2009 02:00 PM by Tom Lydon
According to the Asian Development Bank, Asia is now in rebound mode, with investments such as exchange traded funds (ETFs) in a position to continue the gains they've already made this year. The Asian Development Bank, based in Manila, declared that economic growth in China ...
12-06-2008 04:00 PM by Tom Lydon
Over-exposure to domestic markets and exchange traded funds (ETFs) may be detrimental during times such as these. On average, American investors have anywhere from 2%-20% exposure in foreign markets. This can prove dangerous for a few reasons. Tim Hanson for The Motley Foo...
Number of Holdings: 166
|Real Estate Owners & Developers||5.7%|
|Steel Raw Material Suppliers||5.6%|
|Food & Drug Stores||3.7%|
|Refining & Marketing||1.8%|
|Exploration & Production||1.5%|
|Basic & Diversified Chemicals||1.1%|
Number of Holdings: 166
|2.2%||KS||Hyundai Motor Co||0|
|0.9%||KS||Kia Motors Corp||0|
|0.7%||KS||Hyundai Mobis Co Ltd||0|
|0.6%||KS||LG Electronics Inc||0|
|0.4%||Li & Fung Ltd||Consumer Discretionary||51755000||China|
|0.3%||TTS||Tatts Group Ltd||Consumer Discretionary||5653000||Australia|
|0.3%||Sands China Ltd||Consumer Discretionary||243274000||China|
|0.3%||SPHSP||Singapore Press Hold...||0|
|0.3%||KS||Lotte Shopping Co Lt...||0|
|0.2%||TAH||Tabcorp Holdings Ltd||Consumer Discretionary||3973000||Australia|
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