3 Reasons To Consider Investing in Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) With Bursa Malaysia
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Malaysia, together with the rest of the world, are facing harsh economic challenges as we battle the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite this, there has been a noticeable increase of retail investors participating in the capital markets around the world, so much so that it was reported that the inflow of investments eventually helped global stock markets recoup its March 2020 lows.

According to Bursa Malaysia, this increase of retail participation has also triggered a spill over effect to the ETF space with a 58% increase in total traded value of ETFs listed on Bursa Malaysia from January to December 2020, as compared with the same period in 2019.

With the positive increase of retail participation in the stock market and the ETFs’ increased trading value – perhaps this could be the time for you to consider investing in ETFs. For more information about ETFs and some of the top-performing ETFs on Bursa Malaysia, you can read more here. Besides that, in this infographic, you will also learn 3 reasons why you should consider trading ETFs with Bursa Malaysia.

If these 3 reasons resonate with you too, start exploring ETFs with Bursa Malaysia today. Not only will you receive reliable professional insights via ETF Research Scheme, you will also get to learn ways to improve your ETFs trades and returns by signing up for Bursa Academy’s course on “Empower Your Leveraged & Invest ETF Investment Journey.”

To invest in ETFs with Bursa Malaysia, you can refer to the complete list of ETFs here.

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Loo Jia Wei
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What’s the difference between invest this compared to Stashaway?

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