ETF EuroStoxx 50
Investors who want to track the European share index currently have the choice between around 20 ETF EuroStoxx50 funds from various providers. The distributing one Xtrackers Euro Stoxx 50 UCITS ETF 1D tracks the Eurozone Index, which is one of the leading stock market barometers in Europe, in full physical form.
The funds with the largest investment volume include the Lyxor ETF Euro Stoxx 50 – D-EUR (WKN 798328) and the iShares Euro Stoxx 50 UCITS ETF (WKN 935927). The iShares ETF recently lowered the TER from 0.16 percent per year to 0.10 percent. With the online broker from Forex-news.com.net Brokerage you can set up a savings plan on the ComStage EURO STOXX 50® TR UCITS ETF (WKN ETF050) for just one euro per execution.
The German mid-cap DAX (MDAX) can also be invested via ETF MDAX securities. The MDAX comprises 60 companies that follow the thirty stocks listed in the DAX in terms of market capitalization and stock exchange turnover. The most popular ETF M-DAX funds include the iShares MDAX® UCITS ETF (DE) (WKN 593392), the Deka MDAX UCITS ETF (WKN ETFL44) and the ComStage MDAX TR UCITS ETF (WKN ETF007) – read the MDAX-ETF guide. Finanzen.net Brokerage customers can buy the ComStage ETF for just one euro per execution as a savings plan.
ETF MSCI World
Investors can invest all over the world with just one security with an ETF on the MSCI World. The MSCI World share index tracks the development of the world’s largest companies; the index currently comprises more than 1,600 companies. These ETF MSCI World funds currently have the largest investment volume: iShares MSCI World UCITS ETF (WKN A0HGV0), iShares Core MSCI World UCITS ETF (WKN A0RPWH), Xtrackers MSCI World UCITS ETF 1C (WKN A1XB5U) and Lyxor ETF MSCI World – D-EUR (WKN LYX0AG). The Lyxor ETF can be saved in the Forex-news.com.net brokerage depot from 50 euros for just one euro per execution.
Also worth a look is the ComStage MSCI World TRN UCITS ETF (WKN ETF110), which synthetically replicates the performance of the MSCI World share index. The fees of the ComStage MSCI World-ETF are on average at 0.20 percent per year. So far, the ComStage ETF has invested the income (accumulating), and has been distributing the income since the beginning of 2018.
The Xtrackers MSCI World UCITS ETF 1D (WKN A1XEY2) distributes the income and physically replicates the global share index using optimized sampling. With a total expense ratio of 0.19 percent (TER), the ETF from the Deutsche Bank subsidiary is also one of the cheaper MSCI World ETFs – we can tell you more about ETF funds on the world share index in our guide to buying MSCI World ETFs.
ETF FTSE All-World
The FTSE All-World Index offers an alternative to the MSCI World. Here, too, large and medium-sized companies from all over the world are represented. The big difference between MSCI World and FTSE All-World, however, is that the FTSE All-World includes stocks from both developed and emerging markets. For example, you can use the Vanguard FTSE All-World UCITS ETF USD Accumulation invest in this index. The Vanguard Group’s ETF with ISIN IE00BK5BQT80 costs 0.22 percent TER per year and is reinvested, i.e. it reinvests the income directly in the fund’s assets.
Those who prefer to invest in a distributing ETF should take a look at the Vanguard FTSE All-World Ucits ETF (ISIN IE00B3RBWM25). Finanztest describes this as the ETF of choice. This also applies to the Vanguard FTSE Developed World UCITS ETF (ISIN IE00BKX55T58), which with a TER of 0.12 percent is not only particularly cheap, but also received a top rating from Finanztest. This ETF invests tracks the performance of the FTSE Developed Index and thus invests in companies with large and medium market capitalization in developed markets around the world.