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6 top funds for global equities | Nanuk, FEMX, QUAL, HACK, FANG & MOAT

Drew Meredith, CFP and Owen Rask are back on The Australian Investors Podcast and talking about 6 top global equities funds/ETFs. 

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Drew Meredith, CFP and Owen Rask are back on The Australian Investors Podcast and talking about 6 top global equities funds/ETFs.

Note: we’re talking about funds or ETFs that are not necessarily part of your Core portfolio.

I — Owen here — would consider using iShares S&P 500 ETF (ASX: IVV) or Vanguard MSCI International Shares ETF (ASX: VGS) in the Core of a portfolio long before using the funds we talk about below.

For more information on how I’d invest a Core portfolio, please refer to Rask Core 🌏

The 6 funds mentioned include:

  1. Global X FANG+ ETF (ASX: FANG)
  2. Fidelity Global Emerging Markets Fund (Managed Fund) (ASX: FEMX)
  3. Nanuk New World Fund (Managed Fund) (ASX: NNUK)
  4. VanEck Wide Moat Focus ETF (ASX: MOAT)
  5. BetaShares Global Cybersecurity ETF (ASX: HACK)
  6. VanEck MSCI International Quality ETF (ASX: QUAL)

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At the time of recording Owen does not have a financial interest in any of the companies or funds mentioned.

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