iShares MSCI Israel ETF company info

What does iShares MSCI Israel ETF do?
iShares MSCI Israel ETF (NYSE:EIS) is an exchange-traded fund that focuses on tracking the investment results of an index composed of Israeli equities. It aims to provide investors with exposure to a broad range of companies in Israel, offering a diversified portfolio that spans across various sectors of the Israeli economy. The ETF seeks to replicate the performance of the MSCI Israel Capped Index, investing at least 80% of its assets in the securities of the index and in depositary receipts representing securities in the index. The objective of iShares MSCI Israel ETF is to achieve investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of its underlying index. Through this ETF, investors have the opportunity to gain access to the Israeli market, benefiting from the potential growth prospects of the region.
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San Francisco, United States

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What does iShares MSCI Israel ETF specialise in?
/Equity Exposure /Israeli Stocks /Investment Portfolio /Diversification Service /Tracking MSCI /Financial Investing

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Overview of iShares MSCI Israel ETF offerings
Israeli Equity Exposure: EIS provides investors with exposure to a basket of Israeli stocks. This allows for diversification within the Israeli market and the potential for capital appreciation if the underlying Israeli companies perform well.
Focus on Mega-Cap Stocks: The fund has a tilt towards mega-cap Israeli companies, meaning it primarily invests in the largest and most established businesses in the Israeli stock market. These larger companies may offer a degree of stability compared to smaller, more volatile companies.
Passive Management: EIS is passively managed, meaning it tracks the MSCI Israel Index. The fund aims to replicate the performance of this index by holding the same securities in similar proportions.
Cost-Effective Access: ETFs like EIS typically offer lower expense ratios compared to some actively managed funds. This translates to a larger portion of the fund's returns going to investors.
Geographic Diversification: While focused on Israel, EIS offers some geographic diversification within a single investment compared to investing in individual Israeli stocks.
Potential for Currency Fluctuations: The performance of EIS will be tied to the value of the Israeli Shekel (ILS) relative to the investment currency (usually USD).