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Investing in Foreign-Listed Shares

Now you're ready for the advanced material. Buying shares of companies listed on foreign stock exchanges. It's definitely not for novices, but it's not as hard as it seems. We'll show you how to choose a broker who deals in foreign stocks and what pitfalls you need to watch out for.
  1. Foreign Stockbrokers

Interactive Brokers
Interactive Brokers offers access to stocks, bonds, foreign currencies, ETFs and other securities in 17 markets worldwide.

International Investing and Corporate Governance
Corporate governance is one of the traditional concerns that many investors have when investing abroad. This paper from the Wharton School examines some of the key risks that investors should understand.

E-Trade Global Trading
E-Trade was the first U.S. broker to offer global trading online. Its Global Trading service covers six foreign markets: Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan and the U.K.

Foreign Ordinary Shares and Regulation
Thanks to the globalization of financial markets, it is easier than ever to buy shares of companies that are listed outside the U.S. But it poses a number of challenges for securities regulators. This speech discusses some of these issues from the SEC's perspective.

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