Foreign dividend stocks are based outside of the U.S., but have shares that trade on U.S. exchanges. Normally, these shares will trade ADR (American Depository Receipts).
If you’re looking to invest in foreign dividend stocks, you may also be interested in foreign dividend paying exchange-traded funds (ETFs). These funds offer a diversified basket of foreign country holdings. They are investment structures that are traded on stock exchanges, similar to equities. They’re also similar to mutual funds in that they hold securities of many companies. For example, if you’re interested in investing in India, here’s a list of India ETFs.
3 Reasons to Invest in Foreign Dividend Paying ETFs:
Whereas, if you’re interested in investing in individual foreign dividend stocks, the tables below list them all:
* Stock Price shown is previous day’s closing price.
** Dividend yield is calculated from Dividend Payout and previous day’s closing price.