This particular fund is a manifesto of how the ASEAN ETF has lived up to the mark of being the best exposure to the five blockbuster original countries of the South East Asia members.

Joining hands together for the improvement in the trade among the zone and for the welfare of the members, they have grossly achieved the best by virtue of their positive trends related to domestic consumption and capital spending encouraged by supportive local fiscal and monetary policies.

Diverse exposures are always a beneficial factor, if the exposure is related and focused on a healthy global arena. It leads to further correlated returns that would be more attractive than the domestic markets in hand.

Among the original ASEAN countries: Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, the Funds associated with Thailand ETF, Singapore ETF and the Indonesia ETF have been doing particularly better.

The year 2013 has been good for both of them and they have been showing double digit gains this year. The members of the South East Asia trade bloc stretched their hands further and included Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Burma, East Timor, Brunei and Indonesia in to the group.

The recent active member of the bloc, Myanmar has experienced a change from military dictatorship to embryonic democracy. Barack Obama was the first US president to make an official visit in Myanmar in the year 2012 which helped the country open up its horizon towards the global economy that had been aloof in its initial phases.An economy transforming into a market oriented economy from a state controlled one Myanmar is emerging as the most potential frontier market.

Though the country still faces Ethnic tensions the government has opened up the paths for investment opportunities.

While under the British Administration Myanmar was related to be one of the richest economies, but the scheduled election in 2015 will declare the country as market oriented and enforced. The International Monetary Fund has predicted Myanmar to emerge as the most potential member of the bloc, keeping in mind the natural abundance of resources and the demands and trades influenced by the second largest economy (China) located just neighboring to it.

As per the predictions of the IMF, the economy is set to achieve a target of 6% GDP growth this fiscal year. What plays an important and dynamic role in this growth rate is the population active as the potential work force behind the growth orientation which will lift the living standards.

The main lead in action plans taken by the government is to provide micro economic stability has to be prioritized by the economic reforms.

This economy is extremely rich in the deposits of natural gas, oil, teak and precious gems. China has been very keen in the trading of the Natural fuel resource from this part of the globe, to cater to its growing needs from the expanding industry and manufacturing units.The economy is going through a phase of generating transparency in its monetary policies and financial managements.

Global X FTSE ASEAN 40 ETF (ASEA) is just one of the best financial vehicles that provide exposure to investors interested in this part of the world.The tourism industry of Myanmar is also in a budding phase and this economy derives the benefit of having the busiest port in Thailand to cater to its trade requirements for that very purpose.

Global X ASEAN 40 Index ETF [ASEA] attunes to the FTSE ASEAN 40 Benchmark and tracks the performance of the 40 largest companies situated in the primary five Pts Terbaik Asean regions.The fund that charges an annual expense at the rate of 65 basis points. Other country centric products like are also doing well. The ASEA ETF holds equity of the 40 most potential stocks of the ASEAN region and investors acquire top five assets in the form of DBS GROUP HOLDINGS LTD., SINGAPORE TELECOMM and OVERSEA-CHINESE BANKING C, UNITED OVERSEAS BANK and MALAYAN BANKING BERHAD among other stocks.