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No. Each economy is different in terms of interest rates, rates of inflation, and rates of national economic growth. All of those are factors in the rate of return of a country's equity market, so their rates of return will be different. I would also note that even different indices within a country's market will be different. The return of the S&P 500 (...


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Provided the USD-denominated ETFs are not currency-hedged, their performance will be tied to the actual value of the holdings (converted to USD at the dynamic exchange rate). So they do offer the same protection. That is, aside from expenses and tracking error, an investor would be indifferent to converting dollars to euros and buying a EUR-denominated ETF, ...


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What you need is a International Trading Brokerage Account that's based out of Mexico. I'm not familiar with Finanzen, but it looks like it's Germany based. International trading brokerage accounts allow you to make Stock/ETF trades in other countries, but not all international brokerage accounts allow trading in all countries. You can usually look on the ...


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