Investing in Vietnam ETFs / Vietnam ETF List
A list of Vietnam ETFs consists of the Market Vectors Vietnam ETF (NYSEARCA: VNM) from Van Eck which tracks the Market Vectors Vietnam Index. This index measures the Investors interested in investing in Vietnam ETFs should also check out our Southeast Asia ETF list (region wide), Asia Pacific ETF list and Southeast Asia closed-end fund lists pages. In addition and for a better understanding of the opportunities as well as the risks involved with investing in Vietnam ETFs, check out our article on Seeking Alpha: Apocalypse Now For Investors? A Vietnam Investment Review (And Reality Check)
Vietnam ETF List*
|ETF||Ticker||Mgr / Advisor||Asset Class||Inception||Tracking Index|
|1||Market Vectors Vietnam ETF||VNM||Van Eck||Equities - EM||2009/08/11||Market Vectors Vietnam Index|
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Vietnam ETF investors should check out these useful English news resources for investing in Vietnam stocks or about the country in general:
- Vietnam Business Forum Magazine (VBF)
- Vietnam Business Magazine
- Vietnam Economic Times
- Vietnam Investment Review
- Vietnam News
Note: If you have a good blog or other useful resource for investing in Vietnam or about Vietnam stocks in general, please let us know as we would be happy to do a link exchange.
For additional resources for investing in emerging market ETFs or Vietnam, check out all of our ETF category or Vietnam category articles/links or subscribe to an RSS feed of articles mentioning Vietnam here and ETFs here.