Investing in the US is seen by many as a gateway to the best, and biggest tech stocks in the world, and a whole host of other stocks, in the biotech sector that investors might not otherwise get to see.
But some investors might be concerned about the geopolitical risk of investing in the US economy, which has recently agreed a truce in its trade war with China.
Despite the fact that both countries have over the past year imposed tariffs on each other's goods, the US economy is doing very well, and the threat of further tariffs has gone away for now.
In addition, with the prospect of a hard Brexit in sight with the new government in place, many investors may be thinking that the US economy might be a more compelling place to invest in.
This guide will set out some of the active, and passive opportunities that investors have, and seek to point out some of the areas they should look at.