Group D: Worldwide market sector ETF's

It may be a very wise decision to invest worldwide in a particular market sector. Whenever I think a specific market sector has a real and solid growth potential I often opt for a worldwide market sector ETF excluding regional impacts on this sector.

By doing that I do not have to bother about regional influences and all sorts of question whether the market in Europe, Asia or the US has more or less potential. A worldwide market sector ETF makes things easy and straightforward and sometimes that is just what I am looking for.

Here you will find 10 global market sectors in which I am particularly interested + a worldwide high dividend yield ETF.

Vanguard All-World High Dividend Yield UCITS ETF

Yes I know, dividend is not a market sector. But nonetheless I have decided to review it under the market sector section as this ETF has a worldwide scope. You will find 1.000 high dividend paying companies within this ETF. It will not be a surprise to find a fine collection of the world’s largest and well-known brands within this ETF. Read more...

Lyxor MSCI World Industrials TR UCITS ETF

Within this Lyxor ETF you will find 260 industrial enterprises active on a global scale. Most companies (50%) have their headquarters in the United States. This ETF is very depended upon the global economy but on the other hand many very old and established companies are included in this ETF which makes it a reasonable stable ETF. Read more...

Think Global Real Estate UCITS ETF

Investing in real estate the world over. In a nutshell that is what this ETF offers. You will find the 25 largest real estate companies in this ETF. Here too the US is the dominant force as 35% of these companies are incorporated in the United States or have their sole focus on the US market. You will get a reasonable dividend with no or small amount of dividend leakage. The price of this ETF is reasonably stable. Read more...

Amundi ETF MSCI World Energy UCITS ETF

Oil companies are predominant in this Amundi ETF. Again the US plays a key role with 60% American energy companies in this ETF. Be careful with currency issues regarding the US Dollar. Prices for oil and gas are of paramount importance as you can guess. Read more...

Lyxor MSCI World Consumer Staples TR UCITS ETF

Investing on a worldwide scale in companies that are active in the consumer goods sector. Market conditions, purchasing power and “new” consumers are the key factors for this ETF. Here you will read why I expect a long-lasting rise in the price of this ETF. Read more...

First Trust ISE Global Engineering and Construction Index Fund ETF

With this ETF you will be able to invest worldwide in the construction and engineering market sector. This ETF will profit highly when the global economy is steaming upwards. In this particular ETF you will find companies from many countries that have lagged behind in recent years. When will opportunities arise for this ETF? Read more...

Guggenheim Shipping ETF

And now for something completely different. This ETF tracks the 25 best performing worldwide shipping companies. You will find almost all shipping companies that are depended upon freight handling. Of course this ETF has a direct correlation with the global market conditions. A shortage of freight liners in combination with rising oil prices will offer great opportunities. Read more...

Lyxor MSCI World Utilities TR UCITS ETF

You will find more or less 80 utility companies from all regions of the world. Here too the US has a high share of this ETF with 50%. This ETF is a very stable one which make it difficult to find the right entry point. Read more...

iShares Global Infrastructure UCITS ETF

With the word “infrastructure” you might think of bridges and roads but that is not the case here. This ETF offers the Top 100 energy and utility companies in the world. Expect stable prices and high dividends, paid out quarterly. A real long term investment. Read more...

Amundi ETF MSCI World Financials UCITS ETF

Here you will get the 300 largest financial institutions within one single ETF. Of course this market sector had to endure heavy blows during and after the credit crisis. This market sector is getting better although some pitfalls still exist. Warren Buffet’s company is also included in this ETF. Read more...

Market Vectors Steel ETF

Next to blast furnaces and steel companies you will find iron ore mines in this ETF. This market sector has a high correlation with global market conditions. Timing and patience will make this ETF a very interesting one indeed. Read more...

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