Investing in Hong Kong ETFs / Hong Kong ETF List

A list of Hong Kong ETFs consists of the Hong Kong AlphaDEX Fund (NYSEARCA: FHK) from First Trust which tracks the Defined Hong Kong Index along with the iShares MSCI Hong Kong Index Fund (NYSEARCA: EWH) and the iShares MSCI Hong Kong Small Cap Index (NYSEARCA: EWHS) from iShares with the former tracking the MSCI Hong Kong Index and the latter tracking the MSCI Hong Kong Small Cap Index. Keep in mind that many Hong Kong stocks are actually Chinese stocks that have most, if not all of their operations in Mainland China while maintaining just a listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Investors interested in investing in Hong Kong ETFs should also check out our Asia Pacific ETF list, Asia Pacific closed-end fund list, East Asia closed-end fund lists and Hong Kong ADR list pages along with our China ETF list, China/India ETF list, China closed-end fund list and China ADR list pages.

Hong Kong ETF List*

 ETFTickerMgr / AdvisorAsset ClassInceptionTracking Index
1Hong Kong AlphaDEX Fund FHKFirst TrustEquities - EM2012/02/15Defined Hong Kong Index
2iShares MSCI Hong Kong Index Fund EWHiSharesEquities - EM1996/03/12MSCI Hong Kong Index
3iShares MSCI Hong Kong Small Cap Index EWHSiSharesEquities - EM2012/01/12MSCI Hong Kong Small Cap Index

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