So you want to invest abroad but you don’t know where to start. Investing in foreign assets can make many feel that way; the currency exchange, market hours and brand new economic models all make it challenging.
“Many U.S. investors commit almost all of their stock portfolios to American companies. That’s only natural, because it’s easier to feel comfortable investing in the companies with which you’re most familiar. Yet foreign stocks can both diversify your overall portfolio and open up opportunities for growth and outperformance. In particular, there are three methods you can use to make your portfolio more international in its exposure.” According to Dan Caplinger.
Luckily the Motley Fool has come up with a tremendous guide to help investors break out of the American market with confidence. The guide goes through the three essential ways to take your portfolio global. Doing so can unlock incredible opportunities for your assets to grow while protecting you from any localised economic crisis.
To read that guide, go to fool.com.
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