International Funds: You can earn bumper profits by investing abroad, these five funds have given investors more than 20% return

Motilal Oswal Nasdaq 100 ETF has given the highest returns to investors in the regular plan of International Fund.

International Funds: A basic investment fund is not to invest your entire capital in just one asset. There is a big risk of losing capital in this. In such a situation, investment advisors advise investors to invest in more than one option. Investing by dividing your capital in options like Equity, Debt, Gold and FD gives better returns. In the current global era, when the investment option has opened across the world, investors should also invest keeping in mind the geographical risk on their capital. This means that if you invest some part of your entire capital in foreign companies, then you can take advantage of the boom in the economy of other countries.

For example, American companies Apple, Microsoft, Facebook and Amazon are among the largest companies in the world and if you invest in these companies, then your return on capital also increases with its huge profits. There are some brokerage firms in India that provide easy investment facility in foreign companies. There are some foreign funds in which investors have got more than 20 per cent return on investment in just five years.

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These international funds have given returns of more than 20%

Motilal Oswal NASDAQ 100 ETF (Regular Plan): The highest returns in international funds have been given to investors in the regular plan of Motilal Oswal NASDAQ 100 ETF. It has given an annual return of 28.06 per cent to investors in the last five years. Through this, investors get the profits of investing in American companies like Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Alphabet, Netflix, Facebook, Tesla and PayPal. The presence of these companies is rapidly increasing across the world and due to this, investors are getting better returns.

Franklin Feeder Franklin US Opportunities Fund (Direct Plan): Investing through the Direct Plan of Franklin Feeder Franklin US Opportunities Fund has given investors 24.51 per cent annualized returns in the last five years.

PGIM India Global Equity Opportunities Fund (Direct Plan): Investors have got a return of 24.16 per cent in the last five years on the capital invested under the Direct Plan of PGAIM India Global Equity Opportunities Fund. Under this plan, investors’ capital can be invested in non-US equities and equity-linked securities. Under this plan, there is an opportunity to invest in the emerging economy.

Franklin India Feeder Franklin US Opportunities Fund (Regular Plan): Under the regular plan of Franklin Feeder Franklin US Opportunities Fund, investors have got 23.38 per cent annualized return on their capital in five years.

Edelweiss Greater China Equity Off-shore Fund (Direct Plan): It is not that only American companies are available as an option in the name of investment abroad, but there are also some funds through which one can invest in companies of China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Under the Direct Plan of Edelweiss Greater China Equity Off-Shore Fund, investors have received a return of 22.88 per cent per annum over the past five years on multiple investments. Under this fund, investors’ money is invested in companies like Tencent Holdings, Alibaba Group Holding, China Merchants Bank and Kingsoft.
(Data Source: ValueResearch and Related Brokerage Firms)

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