Investing Guide for Global Stock Market

Jul-08-2021Blog by – Mr. Dhruv AjmeraRead Time: 3 Min.Word Count: 689
1051Investing Guide for Global Stock Market

With the geographical limits fading and the emergence of virtual operations spreading at a faster pace, it is only normal to develop an interest in the international share market to boost your lucrative source. Comprehending the functioning of markets at a global level can be complex and intimidating. Although the investment in the global stock market can sound like a courageous affair; when executed by following the correct steps, it can yield profits and help with portfolio diversification while reducing the overall risk. Since these global investments are long-term, they are a good way of ensuring a great future. With the help of Ajmera x-change`s global investment wing Ajmera Globex, it all gets hassle-free and safe. In this article, we have listed a few guidelines to be followed when investing internationally.

  1. Investing in the US share market: For the ones who are newly venturing out in the sphere of international investments, it is usually suggested that they start with the US share market due to the familiarity aspect as we mostly tend to come across the companies like Google, Facebook, Netflix, Amazon, etc. in routine life. One can achieve a greater level of exposure by investing in companies that have a worldwide presence. Also, the COVID crisis highlighted the advantages of going virtual further advancing the technology. Therefore, the US share market is expected to grow even more tremendously in the coming time. If you are just starting, the initial phase of confusion in terms of the company or fund choice is understandable. The smoothest way to go about this is to open an account with a stock company like Ajmera x-change that makes the process easier for you. We provide thematic investments, better known as Stacks, which are preconfigured portfolios of high-growth stocks and global Exchange Traded Funds and hence, very helpful for the newcomers. Also, the investment in US Dollar-denominated stocks provides a natural hedge to currency risk proving it as a secured choice. 

  2. Global Mutual Funds: It is an instrument that lets you explore and invest in international markets across the entire globe and enrich your portfolio. In this case, the risk aspect is impacted by various elements like social, economical, and macroeconomic factors, market conditions, and currency valuation. Also, examine the taxes and other costs as sometimes they tend to be much higher when compared to our domestic mutual funds. Hence, all the circumstances are to be carefully considered before investing. They are structured based on multiple parameters- they can be direct/indirect, actively/passively managed, or region-specific/boundaryless. They are simple to manage and therefore, your go-to option if you want to avoid complexities. 

  3. Foreign Direct Investment: Foreign Direct Investing is mainly appropriate for those who are willing to invest with a more serious approach. One can’t afford to have a relaxed attitude towards a direct way of investing in foreign stocks because there is heavy research, additional costs, taxes, technicalities, and many such influential factors involved. You can go for foreign stock through two modes- either reach out to a broker in your own country and start a global account with them or do so with a broker in the other country where you are looking to buy stocks. 

  4. Multinational Corporations (MNCs): If you are skeptical about going directly for global stocks, you can start with investing in shares of MNCs that churn massive profits internationally. It is a safe bet for connecting with global markets while staying within the zone of comfort. Again, if you are a beginner, MNCs based in the US, are the best ones to opt for. 

Investing through Ajmera Globex is the best way to explore the international share market and investing in Global Equities. Here, you get benefitted in numerous ways such as diversifying your folio with over 3,500 securities, protection from currency risks, simple fund transfers, availability of world-class research, remittance support, no minimum investment at the start, and an opportunity to invest in stacks and participate in global innovation. So, wait no more, go global today with Ajmera Globex and earn rich revenue while strengthening your work folio in the safest way possible!

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