International funds invest in stocks of companies based outside the U.S. This is what you want if you are diversifying your portfolio and are looking specifically for overseas exposure. Sixty-five percent of the fund's total assets must invested in companies based outside the U.S. for a fund to qualify, under the Lipper Analytical Services definition.
Invest in stocks of companies located outside the U.S. Degree of investment risk: high.
Fund invests fund assets in securities with primary trading markets outside of the United States.
A mutual fund that typically invests all of its assets in foreign countries and not in the U.S.
Funds that target investments from countries outside the United States.
Invest in stocks and bonds issued outside the United States by foreign companies and governments.
Are funds that invest only outside your home country.
A mutual fund that primarily invests in securities issued from outside the U.S.
Mutual funds that concentrate their investments in companies outside the U.S.A. . . .
Mutual funds that invest in stocks or bonds of worldwide companies.
Mutual funds that invest exclusively in securities issued outside the United States. International funds may be susceptible to risks such as currency fluctuation and political or economic changes.