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This fund is sold globally, but especially in areas with plenty of expats such as Thailand, Qatar and the UAE.
It is investing in South East Asian stocks and the ASEAN area. They are doing this because they say that valuations look cheap, which is true.
More specifically, they are investing in ASEAN's small and medium-sized firms, and looking for idiosyncratic pricing - in other words prices that look cheap relative to the "fair value" of the security.
This is easier to do in frontier and developing markets, because there are fewer analysts looking at these markets.
In comparison, if a stock listed on the US S&P500 index becomes overly undervalued, it doesn't last for long, because so many people are looking at the market.
There are different ways to charge using this fund, including initial and ongoing charges. 1%-2% per year is normal.
The fees for the investment platform will be separate to this.
The main positives are:
The main negatives are:
This is a good fund to use as part of a wider portfolio. The issue comes if the fund is offered on unsuitable investment platforms, or there are issues with the wider portfolio construction - for instance too much is put into this one fund.
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