Vanguard VAE ETF (ASX:VAE)
The Vanguard VAE ETF provides exposure to a portfolio of companies listed in Asia, excluding Japan, Australia and New Zealand. As the ETF is not hedged, investors are also exposed to currency fluctuations.
What does the VAE invest in?
The VAE ETF invests in more than 1,000 companies listed in China, Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong, India, and other Asian markets. While this ETF invests across many industries, there are reasonably high weightings towards financials and technology companies.
What do investors use VAE for?
The VAE ETF could be used by investors who are looking to diversify equity portfolios that are concentrated in the Australian or US markets. It could also be used to gain access to ‘high risk, (possibly) high reward’ emerging markets.
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