With new exchange traded funds (ETFs) coming out almost every day, you would think all the major countries and sectors would have their own ETFs by now. Yet that doesn’t seem to be the case; there’s always room to grow.
Roger Nusbaum of Random Roger speculates that Iceland, Vietnam and Kazakhstan ETFs would have promising futures. As we’ve mentioned before, here are a few ETFs we would like to see come into fruition:
Eastern Europe – We’re tired of going through the Austria ETF – iShares MSCI Austria (EWO) – as a means for investing here.
Turkey – Once Turkey joins the EU, it would make sense for an ETF to follow.
Ireland – It has the market cap, and it’s economy is a strong global contender.
What ETFs do you see in your crystal ball?
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