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The 10 Biggest, Baddest ETFs on Wall Street

#5: iShares MSCI EAFE Index Fund

iShares185 The 10 Biggest, Baddest ETFs on Wall StreetAssets Under Management: $37.5 billion

Although Vanguard has dropped MSCI indices from some of its funds, iShares is keeping the benchmark — as evidenced by its iShares MSCI EAFE Index Fund (NYSE:EFA). This ETF is pegged to the MSCI Europe Australasia and Far East index, and has an expense ratio of 0.34%.

Top holdings include big-name foreign stocks like Nestle (PINK:NSRGY), HSBC (NYSE:HBC) and Novartis (NYSE:NVS), to name a few.


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