Global REIT funds

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badmove?'s picture
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anyone have any good ones? Looking @ ING but need more ideas. TIA

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Mikebutler has a nice one, but I can't tell you about it on this board for fear that fighnancy will invest in it and sue me.

badmove?'s picture
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Symbol?

Indyone's picture
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Sorry, man...I gave you a clue, but I don't think I should go any further than than on here...do some homework and you should be able to find it...although your firm may not be able to use it...

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Morgan?

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I use one from Cohen and Steers... But its purely international, mostly in Europe and Asian markets...

badmove?'s picture
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thanks blarm, I need specifically Intl exposure, trying to fill an asset class.

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I have been using it for nearly 2 years and it has been a great performer for me. I use it primarily as a tactical idea (perhaps 5-10% of one's portfolio..) to add some alpha to the mix... Check out their website and it provides some great info...

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badmove? wrote:anyone have any good ones? Looking @ ING but need more ideas. TIA

Argubly worse property bubbles overseas than in the US. Look at the relative percentage of capital gains vs dividends . About 50% of the return of x-US REITs comes from the USD getting weaker.

Anyways if you like the sector, there is the RWX (Wilshire x-US) etf and DRW (Wisdomtree Int RE).

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DWS RREEF Global Real Estate. 

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