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Indonesia mutual funds and ETFs invest in a wide range of asset... Indonesia mutual funds and ETFs invest in a wide range of asset classes in Indonesia. Depending on their mandate, these funds may invest in equities, fixed income, commodities, and alternatives. However, equities are the most common asset class. These funds cover a wide range of sectors and industries, as well as market capitalization. Lastly, these funds can be passive (aka index funds) or actively managed. The Indonesia economy, the largest in Southeast Asia, is characterized by high levels of growth, an emerging middle class, and high levels of integration with the global economy. The country is particularly strong in the textile industry. Being exposed to an emerging market economy, Indonesian mutual funds and ETFs tend to be riskier than investments in developed market economies as certain geopolitical, currency valutation and economic issues faced by Indonesia might not be relevant for developed markets. As such, conservative-minded investors will usually avoid funds. However, more aggressive investors may purchase them, because while they have higher levels of risk than developed market investments, the potential return is also higher. Last Updated: 12/09/2022 View more View less

Indonesia mutual funds and ETFs invest in a wide range of asset classes in Indonesia. Depending on their mandate, these funds may invest in equities, fixed income, commodities, and alternatives. However, equities are... Indonesia mutual funds and ETFs invest in a wide range of asset classes in Indonesia. Depending on their mandate, these funds may invest in equities, fixed income, commodities, and alternatives. However, equities are the most common asset class. These funds cover a wide range of sectors and industries, as well as market capitalization. Lastly, these funds can be passive (aka index funds) or actively managed. The Indonesia economy, the largest in Southeast Asia, is characterized by high levels of growth, an emerging middle class, and high levels of integration with the global economy. The country is particularly strong in the textile industry. Being exposed to an emerging market economy, Indonesian mutual funds and ETFs tend to be riskier than investments in developed market economies as certain geopolitical, currency valutation and economic issues faced by Indonesia might not be relevant for developed markets. As such, conservative-minded investors will usually avoid funds. However, more aggressive investors may purchase them, because while they have higher levels of risk than developed market investments, the potential return is also higher. Last Updated: 12/09/2022 View more View less

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