The Nordic region is situated in the Northern part of Europe. Nordic consists of five countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden along with their associated territories. The Nordic countries are considered to be the 7th-largest area in the world. Due to the incidence of icecaps and glaciers most of the territory is considered to be a marginal area and it is uninhabitable. The Nordic markets are to be counted among the strongly developed countries with extremely good performance during the last 10 years. Compared with other European countries, unemployment in Nordic region is low. What is more, Nordic countries are also very rich in energy sources. Nordic region is struggling with the demographic problems. The Nordic countries have one of the lowest population densities in the world. Nevertheless, the Nordic region offers a good business climate. One of the easiest way to invest in Nordic countries is through Exchange Traded Funds. It is really easy to gain an instant access to the most popular Nordic companies. Investor may also benefit from diversification and enhanced liquidity. Nordic ETFs offer a business-friendly environment with access to dynamic markets. According to the Economist: “Nordic countries are probably the best governed in the world". The most popular Nordic ETF is Global X FTSE Nordic Region ETF (GXF). The ETF follows the Nordic 30 Index consisting of the region's largest stocks.