Are these ASX ETFs top buys in November?

These ETFs provide investors with access to companies from across the globe.

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There are a large number of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) for investors to choose from on the Australian share market.

This can make it hard to decide which ones to buy over others.

But don't worry, to narrow things down I have picked out three popular ASX ETFs for investors to consider. Here's what you need to know about them:

Betashares Global Quality Leaders ETF (ASX: QLTY)

The Betashares Global Quality Leaders ETF could be worth considering according to Betashares chief economist, David Bassanese.

He highlights that the ETF provides investors with access to approximately 150 global companies (outside Australia) that rank highly on four important metrics. The metrics, which are a sign of quality, are return on equity, debt-to-capital, cash flow generation ability, and earnings stability.

At present, the fund includes companies such as Alphabet, L'Oreal, Microsoft, Nvidia, and Visa.

iShares S&P 500 ETF (ASX: IVV)

Another ASX ETF for investors to consider is the iShares S&P 500 ETF.

If you're wanting exposure to Wall Street, then this ETF could be the way to do it. That's because it gives investors access to the street's 500 top-listed companies.

This means you'll be investing in a diverse group of shares from a range of different sectors. Among its holdings are household names like Amazon, Apple, Johnson & Johnson, Tesla, and Walt Disney.

Vanguard All-World ex-U.S. Shares Index ETF (ASX: VEU)

A final ASX ETF to consider is the Vanguard All-World ex-U.S. Shares Index ETF.

It could be a great complement to the IVV ETF because it provides investors with access to approximately 3,500 companies listed in developed and emerging markets across the globe, excluding the United States.

Among the ETF's holdings are the likes of Astra Zeneca, HSBC Holdings, LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Samsung, Taiwan Semiconductor, and Tencent.

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