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With an abundance of domestic stock trading available, why would an investor even want to trade abroad? Simply put, foreign markets are popular to investors because the indexes overseas have often been in the double-to-triple return range.

As proof of this, in 2005 Russia's RTS Index rose just over 70 percent in the first nine months of that year. And back in 2003, the SETI 100 went up 117 percent in Bangkok. When news of these returns hit the domestic traders, investors began searching for ways they could invest in the foreign markets as well.

Before beginning, realize that if you do invest in foreign countries, there are definite risks involved with the whole process. For example, company information that is timely or correct is not always easy to locate in a foreign country. In addition, the rules and regulations governing trading in foreign countries may impact both accounts in that country as well as investments. You might be taxed when you try to pull out funds to transfer to your domestic account. But knowing what may happen ahead of time and weighing the benefits is a good idea before investing in the foreign market.

Overall, there are several ways in which you may invest in a foreign market. One is to just go out and buy stocks in those countries. But, please be aware that buying shares with foreign currency can be challenging for both you and your broker.

If you are looking to invest in a foreign company listed on a foreign exchange, the first thing to do is to contact your own broker to check in and see if this is a service your firm provides. If the answer is yes, your firm will probably need to get in touch with an affiliate firm located in the country you wish to work with. Even with this in place, you might not be able to obtain the specific types of stocks you want. In this situation, getting in contact with a brokerage firm in the foreign country would make for a fine alternative.

Investors may also utilize things like exchange traded funds or mutual funds as ways that carry less rick but will still help you gain exposure to foreign markets.

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