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db x-trackers Lists New China, India, Malaysia, Thailand ETFs on SGX

Deutsche Bank db x-trackers has listed 4 new ETFs on SGX tracking the MSCI China, MSCI India, MSCI Malaysia, and MSCI Thailand indices. The 4 ETFs will be denominated in USD currency.

More information on these ETFs can be found on the DB ETF website.

MSCI China
All-in Fee (p.a.): 0.65%
ISN: LU0514695690
SGX Code: LG9
BBG Code: LG9 SP

MSCI India
All-in Fee (p.a.): 0.75%
ISN: LU0514695187
SGX Code: LG8
BBG Code: LG8 SP

MSCI Malaysia
All-in Fee (p.a.): 0.50%
ISN: LU0514694370
SGX Code: LG6
BBG Code: LG6 SP

MSCI Thailand
All-in Fee (p.a.): 0.50%
ISN: LU0514694701
SGX Code: LG7
BBG Code: LG7 SP

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10 comments
Ren says 9 years ago

Hi James,

You can try Google finance.
Basic TA charting are available.

ren

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    James Tan says 9 years ago

    Hi Ren,

    Thanks for sharing, but too basic to be of any use.

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James Tan says 9 years ago

Hi Lion,

Any idea where can one access the free technical charts of these instruments for evaluation? Thanks

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    lioninvestor says 9 years ago

    Hi James,

    Technical charts? As they track the index, why not just run the TA on the underlying?

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      James Tan says 9 years ago

      Hi Lion

      When you trade ETF or index, you just focus on its technical trend & not waste time on the fundamentals of the underlying stocks, as this is very time consuming.

      Unless you just want to trade the underlying stock & in that case you check the uptrend of its sector ETF and zeroing on the strongest underlying stock for buy, or if down trend, u sell the weakest underlying stock. Personally I prefer ETF or index so as to avoid an underlying stock company going bust suddenly like Enron. ETF or index will never go to zero.

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        lioninvestor says 9 years ago

        Hi James, I mean run the TA on the underlying index.

        MSCI China, Thailand, India and Malaysia.

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          James Tan says 9 years ago

          Hi Lion,

          I mean where can one see the free TA of the respective ETF? You are not suggesting that one should set up the respective TA manually? I am sure you can get this free somewhere, but where?

          By TA, I hope we understand it as a chart and not just words. A chart is as good as a picture and worth a thousand words.

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            lioninvestor says 9 years ago

            Hi James,

            Most trading platforms come with free charting facilities (with TA).

            Eg Saxo, IGmarkets, poems, etc.

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              James Tan says 9 years ago

              Hi Lion,

              Yes, but these are not free for evaluation/skill training purposes. You need to open an a/c & place a minimum deposit of > $10K.

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              lioninvestor says 9 years ago

              Hi James,

              Most securities firms waive the deposit requirements nowadays. Even if they have, you are allowed to withdraw the amount after your account is open.

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