New exchanges

I think it is a very nice idea to talk about exchanges that are not available on BUX yet.

Think about big indexes like SWX or LSE but also italy with companies like pirelli or enel or Finland with fortum. Let me know what you want to add and why

What indexes do you love to be on BUX

  • England
  • Sweden
  • Italy
  • China
  • Switserland
  • Finland
  • Denmark
  • Australia

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NESTLÉ it is

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I would love to see the Nifty 50 index from India to get some more exposure to Asia

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Agree, the Kospi index is also interesting. Some great South Korean companies over there

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Canada, we have a tax treaty with them where we pay 15% dividend tax (just like we do for US stocks) and they have some very solid companies.

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The well known Toronto pirate exchange. Interesting. You have some companies in mind?

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Well, I’ve got positions in both Toronto Dominion and Northwest Healthcare REIT on the Toronto exchange.
Soon I’ll start building a position in Dream Industrial REIT.

But there are many more available and quite a number of them pay monthly dividends as well which is nice for a consistent source of income.

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Hopefully BUX would add this year the swiss exchange because I need nestle

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This man is jealous OMG….

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HAHAH yes I am

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Be careful though, Swiss has a 35% dividend tax so you’ll lose just over 1/3 of your dividend that way.
Just a thing to keep in mind.

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If I am right the Netherlands and Swiss has a tax contract and if you fill in a paper you only have to 15% (you pay 35% and get 20% back) it is a bit a pickle… true that but their is an option

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Thanks for the info

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I’m sure they do, just like with Germany. But you’ll have to fill out all kinds of paperwork for a process that could very well be automated like it is for US stocks and on other brokers, Canadian stocks.

For US/CAD stocks I had to fill out a simple form with my broker and everything was taken care off.
It’s rather odd that such a thing is possible for countries on the other side of the planet but impossible for our next door neighbours…don’t you think?

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Agree, their has to be a way easier option.

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I would agree to more exchanges put preferably exchanges with which the 15%, or lower, is already arranged.
Filling all sorts of forms for a few cents of dividend is a waste of time and costs more then it will gain.
So if it is arranged for Canada as mentioned before that would be perfect I don’t know if more have this automated already or if there are lower % exchanges

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Belgium if i dont mistake has a tax on divident of 30%, and as wel i think this 2 countries have an agreement for double taxation so i will get 30% ok is still close to 1/3 from divident but if you get 2/3 of an 8% is beter than a normal bank will give. Per one year deposit and if of you hold only for les the stocks you can still get the dividend and reinvest in a new close to dividend stock. But this speculation is for who want to make full incom only from investment. This is a personal opinian if im wrong please nicely and for dummy corect me.

Sorry if im a little subjectief on this subject but the markets or what i want to see more are bonds corporate from the big markets. For example i live in Belgium and if a company from Belgium asks for investments, infusie of capital yes i could jump after i research the company and get direct from source information for start i would jump only for BE or NL or Romania but that is not a option yet.
For stocks the jes im romanian so yes is a market i want to see on Bux 0 because lets see are some companies that are growing there and we lose as we are not geting involved in it. Ok first is most of the big companies are partialy or complitly in state owned. For example are the gas company Romgaz is a national companie so in the actual context if someone thinks that Romania will let drop now a strategic national company i thing such person has no vision. That company operets on national level on the national resources and got from US also some offshore in the black see hmmm it wil go up for sure and gas and oil will still be on the winig hand for min 15years in personal opinian. Next will be also from Romania is OMV Petrom, as the name sais is a subsidie of OMV and this is a good name in Austria and OMV Petrom has the monopol in Romania for oil production and extraction meaning is as wel a strategic Romanian company.
Hmm also i like is Digi Comunications N. V. Started as RDS RCS a national company that slowly buf sure changed the full network in romania years befor other european countries to fiber netwerk broadband 1GB and now operates in Romania Spain Italy and Hungary and i bet it will grow over this. They got to this countries because the name of the founder is Hungarian in geen (Zoltán Teszári) so expleins working there and Spain and Italy have the greatest comunities of Romanians so i will not be surprised if they extend to Germany as there is also a beag comunity of Romanians so yes it will invest and is a chance of low dividents but if it gets a major player in UE as Vodafon and Orange then your investment in long term will get bigger.
This is what i want to invest in for long term but for for risk and medium i want to see more Europe markets as soory, i live in europe, and this region im intrested to invest, because is where i can see how the company goes. I can get news from that country in europe easier. For now im not that big to aford to invest in Africa or Asia even if the wining can be done in shorter time the information can be harder to get and to be onest also the regional stability can’t be such easy to guarantee as in Europ or most of it.
The markets are inter conected but if the more europeans invest in Europe that means more form other continets will lose shares. Its the thing the Chinese do invest and own companies in Europ and US. And this is the next stategic move for Europe is to invest in Europe to try at least to brake the dependency of companies and product from outside.
This is a persobal opinian as im just a simple electrician not an economist so my decision is personal analysis of market and a big 99,99% guts following.