Price Parity Between US ADR and Host Country/Region
An American depositary receipt (ADR) is a foreign stock that trades in the United States but
represents a specified number of shares in a foreign corporation. ADRs are bought and
sold on American markets just like regular stocks, and are issued/sponsored in the U.S. by a bank or brokerage.
Some of ADRs are also traded in their host countries/regions. Most of them are traded in parity between
US and their host countries/regions. US investors/traders must know their parity prices of the stocks in
their host countries/regions when investing/trading those stocks.
This website tracks the parity prices among stocks that are traded in both US and their host countries/regions,
and lively calculates the ADR parity price and the price differences. Hopefully, the site can help users to take
advantages of the price differences and profit from it.
If you have more stocks that traded in both US and a host country/region, and would like to add to our list, please
fill up the request here.
Remember that the information is provided for informational purposes only, and is not intended for trading purposes.
By accessing the stockpar.com web site, a user agrees that stockpar.com shall be not liable for any errors or delays
in the content. And note that not all stocks are traded in parity with their host countries/regions all the time.