If you do not have a futures account nor a CFD account but you would like to execute long and short positions for different markets, why not gain exposure via investing in ETFs? In fact, Bursa Malaysia had launched quite a number of ETFs that allow investors to gain exposure to different markets. To make it simple for our users, we had compiled a list of ETFs listed on Bursa Malaysia and also their portfolio.

Equity ETF
FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI ETF0820EAExposure to the 30 biggest listed companies that collectively represent the Malaysian stock market.
Principal FTSE ASEAN 40 Malaysia ETF0822EAConsists of 40 constituent stocks from 5 ASEAN countries namely Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
Principal FTSE China 50 ETF0823EAExposure to 50 largest and most liquid Chinese stocks listed and traded on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
TradePlus S&P New China Tracker0829EB & 0829EAExposure to Chinese listed companies within the consumption and service-oriented industries. The fund closely tracks the performance of the S&P New China Sectors Ex A-Shares Index.
TradePlus DWA Malaysia Momentum Tracker0836EAExposure to Malaysian stocks with high momentum movement in terms of pricing.
TradePlus MSCI Asia Ex Japan Reits Tracker0837EAExposure to the Asia ex-Japan REITs market.
Equity ETF (Shariah Compliant)
MyETF Dow Jones U.S. Titans 500827EAComprises of the 50 largest companies (by float-adjusted market capitalization) listed on NYSE and Nasdaq.
MyETF Dow Jones Islamic Market Malaysia Titan 250821EAExposure to 25 largest listed Shariah-compliant companies listed on Bursa Malaysia.
MyETF MSCI Malaysia Islamic Dividend0824EAComprising 16 to 30 Shariah-compliant securities listed on Bursa Securities, with higher than average dividend yield that is deemed both sustainable and persistent by MSCI
MYETF MSCI South East Asia Islamic Dividend0825EATracks the performance of the MSCI South East Asia IMI Islamic High Dividend Yield 10/40 Index which objectively and passively represents the dividend yield opportunity within South East Asia’s Shariah equity markets.
VP-DJ Shariah China A-Shares 100 ETF0838EAComprises of the largest 100 Shariah-compliant A-share stocks screened from the Dow Jones Islamic Market China A universe which is eligible for Stock Connects.
Fixed Income ETF
ABF Malaysia Bond Index Fund0800EAExposure to Ringgit denominated government and quasi-government debt securities.
Leveraged & Inverse ETF
Kenanga KLCI Daily 2x Leveraged ETF0834EAComprises the largest 30 companies listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia. The fund is suitable for investors who have a bullish view of the Malaysian market.
Kenanga KLCI Daily (-1x) Inverse ETF0835EAComprises the largest 30 companies listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia. The fund is suitable for investors who have a bearish view of the Malaysian market.
TradePlus HSCEI Daily (2x) Leveraged Tracker0832EAExposure in the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, which consists of China’s 50 largest securities primarily listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange. The fund is suitable for investors who have a bullish view of the Malaysian market.
TradePlus HSCEI Daily (-1x) Inverse Tracker0833EAExposure in the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, which consists of China’s 50 largest securities primarily listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange. The fund is suitable for investors who have a bearish view of the Malaysian market.
TradePlus NYSE FANG+ Daily (2x) Leveraged Tracker0830EAExposure in the NYSE FANG+ Index, which consists of some of the largest global technology players. The fund is suitable for investors who have a bullish view of the Malaysian market.
TradePlus NYSE FANG+ Daily (-1x) Inverse Tracker0831EA

Exposure in the NYSE FANG+ Index, which consists of some of the largest global technology players. The fund is suitable for investors who have a bearish view of the Malaysian market.