S&P 500 ETF alternative - Berkshire Hattway??

leo838

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Hello all,

As US domiciled ETF's are now no longer available to us Europeans I was wondering if a stock like Berkshire Hattway might be a decent alternative to somrthing like the S&P 500 ETF? It's of course a stock but the advantages is that it has diversification (obviously not as great as the S&P 500)




& has even outperformed it the index over many years



Anyone any thoughts or similar stocks for those that want diversification in US stock market without trying to build up a portfolio bit by bit?


Regards
 

inkpot

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Hi - mentioned this on another thread somewhere, but just to point out that US domiciled ETFs are available to us in Europe, but you need to go through a US broker. I currently buy Vanguard ETFs through Firstrade.
 
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Lyreco

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Hi - mentioned this on another thread somewhere, but just to point out that US domiciled ETFs are available to us in Europe, but you need to go through a US broker. I currently buy Vanguard ETFs through Firstrade.
Seems to me that Firsttrade is only available to a few international countries? How did you open an account?
 
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