International Funds are funds that invest in International markets. They either invest direct in Equities in International market or invest in their overseas funds that invest in International markets.
The investment in such funds involves higher risk as compared to domestic Equity funds. Such funds carries Exchange Risk.
For my personal investment, I avoid investing in International Funds as the returns are not that great and the risk is much higher.
|International Funds||AUM||1 year||2 Year||3 Year||5 Year|
|Motilal MOSt Shares NASDAQ 100 ETF||65||9.7||12.3||15.9||24.3|
|Birla SL Intl. Equity – A (G)||54||-6.4||-1||0.3||11.6|
|ICICI Pru US Bluechip Equity (G)||159||8.4||5.5||7.4|
|Franklin Asian Equity Fund (G)||97||19.3||4.6||5.8||11.3|
|JPMorgan Greater China Eqty||53||10.1||4.7||5.2||13.8|
|As on 15-Sep-2016||Complied by Wealth18.com|
Please see my other posts on
- Best performing ELSS Funds (Equity Linked Savings Scheme funds i.e. Tax Savings Equity Mutual Funds)
- Best Performing Equity Thematic or Sector Funds
- Best Performing Arbitrage funds ( almost risk free and can be used as alternative to Fixed Deposits)
- Best Performing International Funds (funds that invest overseas market e.g. international stocks like Google, Apple etc)
- Best Performing Balanced funds (funds that invest both in Equities and Debt)
- Best Performing Debt funds
- Best Performing Gold Funds or Gold ETF
Please comment if you are looking to invest in such International funds or have any queries.