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I see 2 possibilities: The justetf post you link suggests that it may help to get yourself listed as "experienced investor" to get access to these ETFs via your European broker. I'd certainly ask them. The second possibility is to open an international brokerage account in the US. That would also avoid to have a currency conversion everytime you do anything ...


If you have only EU/UK tax residency, you can buy any ETF with "UCITS" in the name - those conform to the new consumer information regulations. I gather that the expense ratios often aren't quite as favorable as the US domiciled ones, but I would do it anyway. Here are some that track the S&P 500:

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