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Roger Nusbaum, Chief Investment Officer, YOUR SOURCE FINANCIAL (RIA)

The One Missing ETF
Wednesday, November 09 2011 | 05:02 PM
Roger Nusbaum
Chief Investment Officer, YOUR SOURCE FINANCIAL (RIA)

For ages I have wondered why there is no ETF or ETN for publicly traded exchanges. Occasionally I bend an ear or two from this blog and maybe that can be repeated by laying out what such a fund could look like.

Some of the names will be obvious and chances are there will be a couple that you did not know traded publicly. Not all of them have pink sheet ticker symbols for US trading.

Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)

NYSE Euronext (NYX)

Intercontinental Exchange (ICE)

CBOE Holdings (CBOE)


Deutsche Boerse (DBOEY)

Bolsa Mexicana (BOMXF)

TMX Group (TMXGF) Toronto

London Stock Exchange (LDNFX)

NZX Limited (NZSTF) New Zealand

ASX Limited (ASXFY) Australia

Singapore Exchange (SPXCF)

JSE Limited (JSEJF) South Africa

BM&F Bovespa no US symbol Brazil

Osaka Securities Exchange (OSCUF) Tokyo is not public

Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing (HKXCY)

Bursa Malaysia Berhad (BSAMF)

Oslo Bors (OSBHF)

Bolsas y Mercados Espanoles (BOLYY) Spain

Warsaw Stock Exchange no US symbol

Bulgarian Stock Exchange no US symbol

Mercado de Valores de Buenos Aires no US symbol

The soon to be merged markets of Peru, Chile and Colombia which for now all trade on their own.

There are others. One word of caution, just because some of the stocks have five letter designators for US trading does not mean they are easily traded. This listing is reasonably diverse from the country level, and for certain countries they obviously play into the ascending middle class and I would contend are a form of financial infrastructure.

This seems fairly obvious to me but it hasn't happened and so maybe it won't but I believe this line of business is on firmer ground than banks in many countries.

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