|Bid||66.00 x 800|
|Ask||81.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||68.81 - 69.10|
|52 Week Range||54.66 - 69.35|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||4.20%|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.33|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.50%|
Though international markets trailed the U.S. market in 2019, there are hidden gems that crushed the S&P 500 this year on stock-specific strength.
Traders have recently focused attention within North America, but these charts suggest that it's time to increase international exposure.
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We discuss certain Asian ETFs on the recent decline in Asian markets due to rising fears of global economic recession triggered by the escalating Sino-US trade war.
Weakness in Purchasing Managers' Index and bleeding Asian markets do not paint a pretty picture for investors holding ETFs with exposure to the Asia-Pacific region.
Most Asian Indexes End the Week on a Good Note(Continued from Prior Part)Another term for ModiOn May 23, the results were announced for India’s elections. The incumbent National Democratic Alliance, led by Prime Minister Modi’s Bharatiya Janata
Most APAC Indexes Are in the Green amid the Trade War Escalation(Continued from Prior Part)Indian indexes gainAhead of the day of the vote count on May 23, both the main Indian indexes gained. The S&P BSE Sensex gained 0.36% to close at 39,110,
Emerging Asia: Chinese Indexes Recover, Indian Indexes Shed Gains(Continued from Prior Part)Indian indexesAfter skyrocketing on May 20, Indian indexes shed some mass on May 21. The benchmark BSE Sensex dropped 383 points (0.97%) to end the day at
Emerging Asia: Chinese Indexes Drop, India Gains on May 20(Continued from Prior Part)Voting ends, exit polls outAfter almost six weeks and seven phases, voting for the next government in India ended on May 18. The exit polls came out on the same
Chinese Indexes Fall while Indian Indexes Rise Today(Continued from Prior Part)Value buying lifts the indexesIndian indexes, which are having turbulent times like other world indexes, rose on value-buying opportunities today. The S&P BSE Sensex
As ASX 200 Advances on Rate Cut Hopes, Indian Indexes Also Gain(Continued from Prior Part)Afternoon surgeBoth the S&P BSE SENSEX and the NIFTY 50 surged in the afternoon of May 16 to end up in the green. The SENSEX posted a 0.75% gain to end up
Though markets rallied probably on the undervalued status and a still-steady US economy, rising recessionary fears and full-scale trade war risks should brighten the appeal of safer ETFs.
May 14: Indian Indexes Gain, Other Asian Markets Stay in the Red(Continued from Prior Part)Indian indexes gainAfter falling for nine consecutive trading days, Indian indexes were up today. The S&P BSE SENSEX jumped 0.6% to 37,318.33 while the
May 13 Update: Inconclusive Trade Talks Take Asian Stocks Down(Continued from Prior Part)SENSEX and NIFTYLate selling pressure dragged both the S&P BSE Sensex and the NIFTY 50 down on May 13. The NIFTY 50 closed with a fall of 1.16% at
APAC: Will It Be Endgame or an Infinity War for Trump and Liu?(Continued from Prior Part)SENSEX and NIFTY Indian markets remained cautious on May 10. The S&P BSE SENSEX dropped 0.26%, while the NSE NIFTY 50 dropped 0.2% to end the week deep in
May 9 Asia-Pacific Update: All Eyes on Renewed Trade Talks(Continued from Prior Part)SENSEX and NIFTY continue to slideThe S&P BSE SENSEX fell 0.61% to 37,558.91 while the NSE NIFTY 50 fell 0.51% on May 9. The oil and gas sector was the biggest
Asia-Pacific Markets Are Cautious after the Tariff Surprise(Continued from Prior Part)Late sellingThe S&P BSE Sensex and the NSE NIFTY 50 fell on May 7, which extended the performance on May 6. The SENSEX fell by 323 points or 0.84% to
Trump Hits at China, Causes Havoc in Asia(Continued from Prior Part)Down but not outThe S&P BSE Sensex, an index with 30 large cap constituents, fell 0.93% on May 6 to 38,600, while the Nifty 50 fell 0.97% to 11,598.25. Barring the three
Many people were all excited about Samsung Electronics (OTCMKTS:SSNLF) because of the upcoming launch of the Galaxy Fold, the smartphone maker's expensive, foldable phone. Some even thought about buying some Samsung stock. Source: Samsung InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThen the bad news hit. Reviewers, who were given the $1,980 phone before the launch, reported that the phones broke after they were used for two days. That's never good under any circumstances, but when phones cost almost $2,000 each, buyers shouldn't be upset before the phone's even hit the market. * 7 Dividend Stocks That Could Double Over the Next Five Years Samsung stock may recover from this debacle. That's because the number of foldable smartphones Samsung plans to sell is tiny compared to the total number of smartphones it sells every year. "It's certainly an embarrassment to Samsung's reputation, but this won't have much financial impact on them since they created a whole new category of foldables with this product. There is no market share to lose," said Patrick Moorhead, founder of high tech analyst Moor Insights & Strategy. Furthermore, although the device's April 26 launch was postponed, it's likely to go ahead at some point in late May or early June. "We all know that Samsung has a technology that works. It's likely that this glitch is a problem with mass production and the failure is just in the single-digit percentage," said IHS Markit analyst Wayne Lam. Still not convinced?Here are three ways to indirectly play Samsung stock that won't hit you in the pocketbook if the foldable phone controversy proves to be more than temporary. Buy a Geographic ETFThe simplest way to get exposure to Samsung stock while protecting your backside is buying an ETF that owns SSNLF stock.The ETFs with the most substantial Samsung weighting are all South Korea ETFs. But most investors' portfolios aren't big enough to get so geographically focused. The ETF that makes the most sense is the iShares S&P Asia ETF (NASDAQ:AIA), which tracks the performance of the S&P Asia 50 Index, a collection of 50 of Asia's largest companies. It charges 0.50% annually and comes with a Samsung weighting of 10.96%. Samsung stock is the second-largest holding in AIA. Companies based in China, South Korea, and Hong Kong account for 77% of its $1.1 billion in net assets. Buy a Sector ETFSome technology ETFs will provide a decent amount of exposure to Samsung stock. At first glance, I might be tempted to go for the First Trust NASDAQ CEA Smartphone Index Fund (NASDAQ:FONE), because it focuses on companies in the smartphone industry. However, it's in the process of changing its investment objective to focus on companies that should benefit from 5G. Until FONE unveils its new assets in late May, I'd suggest going with iShares Global Tech (NYSEARCA:IXN), which tracks the performance of 116 information technology stocks in the S&P Global 1200 Index. It charges 0.47% annually, and Samsung stock accounts for 3.25% of its total assets. Do NothingThis last option isn't much consolation to any investor hell bent on buying Samsung stock, but it's a safe decision nonetheless. Why buy a stock that's hard to own for small investors when there are so many other options that trade on the NYSE and NASDAQ, like Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) or Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT).Investing's already too difficult for the average investor. Don't make it harder on yourself by seeking out stocks like Samsung Electronics.It's just not worth it. At the time of this writing Will Ashworth did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Dividend Stocks That Could Double Over the Next Five Years * 6 S&P 500 Stocks Ready to Break Out * 5 Mining ETFs to Dig Into Compare Brokers The post How to Safely Play Samsung Stock and Samsung's Foldable Phone appeared first on InvestorPlace.