BRIC ETFs: The Top 5 Exchange Traded Funds for Your BRIC Investing List

Emerging economies have become the main focal point for many investors in the last two years. Among the emerging economies Brazil, Russia, India and China (abbreviated as BRIC) are expected to dominate the richest nations of the world by 2050.

Wall St. Cheat Sheet has put together a list of BRIC exchange traded funds for your investing watch list:

Your Cheat Sheet to BRIC Exchange Traded Funds and Notes

iShares MSCI BRIC Index Fund (NYSE:BKF) is among the most liquid BRIC ETFs and maintains an average trading volume of 210,512 shares per day. The fund tracks a free float adjusted market capitalization index which measures the combined equity performance of Brazil, Russia, India & China. Check out BKF interactive chart, fundamentals, Twitter stream and more >>

Claymore/BNY Mellon BRIC (NYSE:EEB) maintains an average trading volume of 111,508 shares per day. EEB follows The Bank of New York Mellon BRIC Select ADR Index which comprises American and global depositary receipts based on liquid companies from Brazil, Russia, India and China. Check out EEB interactive chart, fundamentals, Twitter stream and more >>

SPDR S&P BRIC 40 (NYSE:BIK) has an average trading volume of 149,746 shares per day. The fund tracks the S&P BRIC 40 index which consists of S&P/IFCI investable indices of Brazil, Russia, India and China. Check out BIK interactive chart, fundamentals, Twitter stream and more >>

Direxion Daily BRIC Bull 2X Shares (NYSE:BRIL) maintains an average trading volume of 4,717 shares per day. However, it’s levered 2 times. The fund follows the index which tracks down the performance of American Depositary Receipts and Global Depositary Receipts which are listed in NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ. Check out BRIL interactive chart, fundamentals, Twitter stream and more >>

Direxion Daily BRIC Bear 2X Shares (NYSE:BRIS) maintains an average trading volume of 2,127 shares per day. The shares are inversely levered two times. Check out BRIS interactive chart, fundamentals, Twitter stream and more >>

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