Is my investment portfolio diversified globally? What Global Investment Opportunities Should I Consider in 2024?

Is my investment portfolio diversified globally? What Global Investment Opportunities Should I Consider in 2024?

Diversify your asset mix across geographies and earn dollar denominated returns. Uncover the most promising global investment trends and opportunities to consider for your portfolio in 2024.


“There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.” – Vladimir Ilyich Lenin.

In the realm of investment, change is the only constant. As we navigate through the myriad of opportunities that 2024 offers, it’s crucial to remember that diversification isn’t just about spreading risk; it’s about seizing opportunity.

The global market is an arena of endless possibilities, and with a well-thought-out strategy, you can be part of the exciting growth story unfolding across the globe.

Overcoming Home Bias in Investment

It’s natural to lean towards what’s familiar, but this home bias can be a pitfall in investment. Many investors skew heavily towards their domestic markets, missing out on the growth potential abroad.

By broadening your investment scope, you can tap into the dynamism of global economies, some of which may offer higher growth potential than your home market.

Building a Globally Diversified Portfolio

At iVentures, we often come across investors who wish to create a portfolio that is future ready. Thus, in our constant pursuit of presenting innovative and comprehensive wealth solutions, our CFA team has shortlisted globally disruptive companies through low-cost international ETFs to break the home bias and take advantage of global growth.

Top global investment trends consider in 2024.

The global ETF portfolio aims to participate in innovation through new generation sectors like Semiconductors, AI, Genomic revolution, E-Mobility, etc that can be divided into Dominators, Disruptors & Enablers focusing on the following sectors.

With this, our aim is to:

  • Global Opportunities: Access to global companies not available in India
  • Participate in global themes: Access to sunrise sectors and global themes.
  • Diversify Risk: Better risk-adjusted returns through global diversification.

Utilizing ETFs and Mutual Funds for Global Exposure

ETFs and mutual funds are excellent tools for global diversification. They offer exposure to a broad array of assets, reducing the risk inherent in individual stock selection.

Key Highlights:

  • Exposure to disruptive, innovative, companies with structural growth opportunities.
  • Low-cost exposure to global innovations.
  • Invest in companies with robust historical returns.
  • Break the home country bias.

Wrapping Up: The Path to a Diversified Global Portfolio

Diversifying your investment portfolio globally is not just a tactic; it’s a strategic necessity in today’s interconnected world. The landscape of 2024 presents a plethora of opportunities across various geographies and sectors. Embracing this diversity can lead to a more robust, resilient investment portfolio.

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The Execution Process:

The Reserve Bank of India allows transferring of $250,000 each year per PAN for global investments under the Liberalised Remittance Scheme (LRS). The above discussed avenues fall under the LRS mechanism of RBI.

We shall set up a digital global trading account for you. The transaction is processed after your OTP authorization. We shall be providing the taxation reports for dividends and capital gains.

Frequently Asked Questions

All banks authorised to remit funds as instructed by you, have their own forms and declarations. Typically, you will have to declare the purpose of the remittance and the sum of past remittances in the prevailing FY.

Indian residents are required to declare holdings of overseas assets (if any) as part of their annual tax filing. The format is prescribed in the relevant sections of the IT Act. We will be providing the relevant information to you for the tax filing.

Redemptions are retained in your investment account and are part of the tax reports provided by us. In case of withdrawal where you are bringing the LRS funds back into India, the receiving banks will likely seek details from you to ascertain the arrangement.