Looking To Invest In International Markets? Try These 7 Mutual Fund Schemes

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If you are looking to invest across markets, the best way would be to invest through some of the mutual fund schemes that have invested in companies across the world. Take a look at 7 such schemes.

Motilal Oswal MOSt Shares NASDAQ - 100 ETF Fund

This is one fund that has given superb returns of 18 per cent in the last 3 years. The fund has exposure to the stocks of Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, Facebook etc. The net asset value of the fund is Rs 296.95.

Birla Sun Life Global Real Estate Fund - Direct 

This fund has given a return of almost 15 per cent in the last 1 year. It has a small corpus and the expense ratio of the fund is around 1.46 per cent The net asset value of the fund is currently Rs 19.53 and it is an open ended scheme.

Franklin Asian Equity Fund

This fund has exposure to some of the quality companies like Samsung Electronic, Alibaba Holdings, Baidu and Taiwan Semiconductors.

Over three years the fund has given a returns of 6.80 per cent. Not the best, but, pretty decent.

Franklin India Feeder Franklin US Opportunities Fund

This fund has generated a return of almost 11.28 per cent in the last three years. The net asset value of the fund under the growth scheme is Rs 19.57. The fund has a very small asset or corpus size.

DSP BlackRock US Flexible Equity Fund

This fund has given a three year returns of close to 11 per cent. The net asset value of the fund under the growth plan was Rs 17.16. It has good exposure to international stocks.

ICICI Prudential Global Stable Equity Fund

With a 1 year return of 13 per cent, the fund is not a bad proposition at all. It has beaten returns from some India dedicated funds as well.

Reliance Japan Equity Fund - Direct Plan

If you are looking for an exposure to the Japanese market, this would be the fund to go with. The returns so far in the last one year have been negative 10.10 per cent. However, if the Japanese markets do bounce back, it would be a good bet.

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