I want to invest into Vanguard FTSE All-World ETF (Acc) but since I use CZK, I don’t really know which available currency to choose (USD, EUR or GBP - although I think GBP makes the least sense in my case so I’ll leave that out).
The fund currency is USD so I thought that the best choice would be USD (VWRA). I want to be a long-term investor though and I thought “What if my country ever adopts the euro”. (We are members of the EU but use our own currency.)
Now I don’t know which currency to choose:
Should I kind of “future-proof” myself and start buying the EUR version (VWCE) right away or buy in USD for now and then switch to the EUR version (and accept the “hassle” of having two identical ETFs simultaneously) if we adopt the euro (and I believe that would still take a lot of years if it ever happens)? I obviously want to think up the most cost-efficient way to do it so as few fees/exchanges etc. as possible overall.
If I buy the EUR version now, does that mean the money would go CZK -> EUR -> USD whereas the USD version would only be CZK -> USD?
VWRA is listed on London Stock Exchange and VWCE is listed on Deutsche Börse Xetra. Are these stock exchanges equal or is one of them considered „better“ than the other (e.g. volume…)?
Thanks a lot!