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Malaysia mutual funds and ETFs invest in a wide range of asset... Malaysia mutual funds and ETFs invest in a wide range of asset classes in Malaysia. Depending on their mandate, these funds may invest in equities, fixed income, commodities, and alternatives. However, equities are the most common asset class, followed by fixed-income. They cover a wide range of stocks across all sectors of the market as well as market caps and share classes. Lastly, they can be passive (aka index funds) or actively managed. The Malaysian economy, the 34th largest in the world (and the third largest in Southeast Asia) in terms of GDP, is newly industrialized. It is characterized by high levels of exports, a low national tax rate, and a single-payer healthcare system. While it is the second largest exporter of palm oil in the world, the overall economy is very diversified, and increasingly focused on the export of high-tech products. As an emerging market economy, investments in Malaysian mutual funds and ETFs may be only appropriate for aggressive-minded investors. However, prospective investors should be aware that some funds do not hedge their currency risk, and the volatility of the Malaysian Ringgit can have a significant impact on returns. Last Updated: 12/06/2022 View more View less

Malaysia mutual funds and ETFs invest in a wide range of asset classes in Malaysia. Depending on their mandate, these funds may invest in equities, fixed income, commodities, and alternatives. However, equities are... Malaysia mutual funds and ETFs invest in a wide range of asset classes in Malaysia. Depending on their mandate, these funds may invest in equities, fixed income, commodities, and alternatives. However, equities are the most common asset class, followed by fixed-income. They cover a wide range of stocks across all sectors of the market as well as market caps and share classes. Lastly, they can be passive (aka index funds) or actively managed. The Malaysian economy, the 34th largest in the world (and the third largest in Southeast Asia) in terms of GDP, is newly industrialized. It is characterized by high levels of exports, a low national tax rate, and a single-payer healthcare system. While it is the second largest exporter of palm oil in the world, the overall economy is very diversified, and increasingly focused on the export of high-tech products. As an emerging market economy, investments in Malaysian mutual funds and ETFs may be only appropriate for aggressive-minded investors. However, prospective investors should be aware that some funds do not hedge their currency risk, and the volatility of the Malaysian Ringgit can have a significant impact on returns. Last Updated: 12/06/2022 View more View less

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