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An ETF that contains other ETFs from iShares. Likes the exposure to the world while taking Canada out. Likes the diversity that comes with owning US equities (60%), Japan (6%), UK (4%), etc. A good base exposure.
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Billy Kawasaki’s Insights - Billy’s most-liked answers from 5i Research. It is a large and cheaper fund that is good for ex Canada exposure. There is less exposure than other ETFs in tech and health care but it has wide appeal to most investors for non-Canadian exposure for diversification. Unlock Premium - Try 5i Free

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DON'T BUY
With the MSCI, you get 2000 companies worldwide. You don't need another all-world fund since there will be correlation risk. It's a fundamental way to get into the stock market. He would wait and see what happens in the market, since he believes we'll see an opportunity to buy at a cheaper price.
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TOP PICK
Some of the offshore stocks are worth investing because multiples are cheaper. Prospects in Canada are so-so, so it’s a good way to diversify out of Canada.
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BUY

XWD vs. XAW He prefers XAW. Both are ETFs of ETFs. XAW includes emerging markets, a nice diversifier, with EM comprising 50% of the world's GDP. He likes global.

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TOP PICK
The US is almost 57% with 8% Japan. It's an ETF that gives you foreign exposure outside of North America with a good base. A good diversification tool to have.
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WEAK BUY

XAW-T vs. VXC-T. Both are good ETFs. XAW-T is cheaper. They are great one-ticket solutions. He has an extremely high bias in Canada.

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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Aug 10/18, Down 1%) The multiples on foreign stocks are very reasonable in comparison to Europe or North American stocks. These companies are benefiting from the China problem. Should see reasonably good numbers from these companies. Currently holding it and hasn't sold any of it.
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COMMENT
Can double-dipping be disadvantageous if I buy MSFT, JPM and ZAW? It depends on concentration--how many shares you own of each? Don't hold 10% of your portfolio in a single investment. Generally, he would own only the ETF--for diversification and lower risk--and not the stocks. He wouldn't worry about XAW, because the stock weightings within it would be low.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick May 25/18, Up 6%) Canada will see only 2% growth this year because of weak oil. This gets you ex-Canada exposure in a good way, including America. Offers good diversification. Only a 0.20% MER.
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TOP PICK
Highly-diversified: US 56%, Japan 8%, UK 5% plus China, but not Canada. A good way to play the world in only big corporations.
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BUY
0.22% MER. It covers the world ex-Canada and includes the emerging markets which totals 50% of global GDP that will likely outpace the developed world in the future. He thinks American has reached peak market cap, so XAW is good, because it emphasizes the world and lessens America.
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TOP PICK

If you want to buy something outside Canada. 55% US, 8% Japan, 3% China. Chance to invest in US and foreign. Good safe way to put your money outside Canada in some good solid names. MER is cheap.

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A good idea. He runs multi-asset portfolios, concentrating maximum equities, minimum fixed income. Great one-stop is multi-currency baskets. All you have to decide is what percentage of your portfolio you want in equities, and it keeps you from fiddling around with your portfolio.

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TOP PICK

One way to get international exposure. Mostly US. Diversification outside of Canada. 25 to 30% of his portfolios’ exposure is at the moment outside of Canada.

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iShare Core MSCI World ex Canada(XAW-T) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 2

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 2

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iShare Core MSCI World ex Canada(XAW-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is iShare Core MSCI World ex Canada stock symbol?

iShare Core MSCI World ex Canada is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol XAW-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (XAW-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:XAW or XAW-T

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In the last year, 2 stock analysts published opinions about XAW-T. 2 analysts recommended to BUY the stock. 0 analysts recommended to SELL the stock. The latest stock analyst recommendation is . Read the latest stock experts' ratings for iShare Core MSCI World ex Canada.

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What is iShare Core MSCI World ex Canada stock price?

On 2021-10-15, iShare Core MSCI World ex Canada (XAW-T) stock closed at a price of $34.26.