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Old 02-26-2009, 09:04 PM   #1
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Mutual Funds By Country?

Does anyone know of a website where I can browse mutual funds by country of holdings?

For example, I want to see and compare all mutual funds that invest in 100% Indian, or 100% Chinese stocks.

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Matthews has several:
Matthews Asian Growth and Income Fund: Overview - Matthews Asia Funds
I don't know of a single site that gives you everybody's foreign funds, though.
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You can try Morningstar's fund screener:

Morningstar: Mutual Fund Screener

For the "fund group" option, choose "international stock"
For the "morningstar category" option, choose the geographical region of interest (Europe, Latin America, Japan, Asia ex-Japan, etc...)
Click on "show results" at the bottom of the page

This will give you a list of funds and country-specific funds usually have a very explicit name which makes easy to identify in the list.
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Ah!

Someday I will have to take a look at M*.
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What about ETF's?

iShares FTSE China (HK Listed) Index Fund (FCHI): Overview

iShares FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Index Fund (FXI): Overview

iShares S&P Asia 50 Index Fund (AIA): Overview
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There are also many older CEFs that are single country or single region funds. Some of these are currently selling at pretty high discounts. Usually the expense ratio is higher than what is preferred by this board, but if you get enough discount that may tend to lessen or cancel out the ER.

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