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SYDNEY, 19 November 2019 – ETF Securities, a leading independent ETF provider, has notched an important milestone with its ETFS Morningstar Global Technology ETF (ASX code: TECH) passing the $100 million mark. The ETF, launched in April 2017 and offering investors global exposure to 37 technology companies from the US, Japan, Germany and Australia, has returned 27.1 per cent per annum since inception, outperforming the Nasdaq 100 Index by more than 3.5 per cent per annum. ETF Securities Chief Executive Officer Kris Walesby says: “TECH’s performance since April 2017 reflects the benefits of only investing in quality companies and the outcome that’s achieved by screening them according to their Morningstar Economic Moat rating. “This rating measure examines companies from the perspective of their business model in terms of being able to defend their market position in a sector where disruption is often second nature. “Moat ratings are only afforded to those companies that boast well-established, high-quality businesses. This rating model is then sub-divided into Wide Moat and Narrow Moat companies, with the former having the highest rating due to the expectation that they will be able to maintain above average returns for the next two decades.” ...
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Dear Investors, I’m delighted to let you know that, as of early September, ETFS Physical GOLD (ASX code: GOLD), our flagship fund, built by our Australian chairman and owner Graham Tuckwell in 2003, reached the revered goal of $1 billion of funds under management. This milestone is important for three reasons that I thought I would share with you. Firstly, it marks the development of Australian investors’ understanding of the importance of gold in a portfolio. For many years, and still now, most Australians think of miners when they think of investing in gold, but not gold itself. The reality is that gold has many specific benefits not captured by gold miners and these are being borne out right now. With deepening concerns over trade wars, Brexit and the long term effect of huge government debts, this is likely to create new rounds of quantitative easing (equals money printing) devaluing the worth of fiat currencies (AUD, USD, EUR, GBP etc.) Secondly, it marks the rapid development in the use of ETFs in Australia amongst investors. Long the domain of stock pickers and active managers, investors are now embracing ETFs as their preferred way to take exposure to many different types of opportunity. Never before has it been so easy to take access to international regions and themes, providing a breadth of choice not available before. All this at typically half the price of the cost of an active manager. Lastly, it underlines the quality of the team here at ETF Securities Australia and our commitment to the investor community. We are “The intelligent alternative” for many ETF investors, providing access to funds that cover yield, commodities, international and, via our famous “Future Present” range, disruption. ...
ETF Securities offers Australian investors first access to India growth story Australia’s first India equities ETF (ASX Code: NDIA) launched today ETF Securities partners one of India’s largest fund managers, Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management NDIA tracks the Nifty50 Index, which holds the 50-biggest companies listed on India’s National Stock Exchange Nifty50 up nearly 15% in last five years (annualised as at 31 May 2019 in AUD) ...
Investor demand underpins further expansion at ETF Securities • Former Shaw and Partners investment advisor joins the growing ranks at ETF Securities as sector inflows surge SYDNEY, April 29 – ETF Securities has responded to continuing growth in the sector by increasing staff numbers with the hiring of former Shaw and Partners investment advisor Andrew Duncan. “The market for Exchange Traded Products has now topped $45 billion, representing annual growth of 26%. Our own dynamic growth as a company reflects our commitment to be a market leader and innovator” said ETF Securities Chief Executive Kris Walesby. ...
Register your interest to find out more. Register here. India is the new China: Australian ETF investors set to capitalise Australia’s first India equities ETF (ASX code: NDIA) set for launch next month World’s sixth-largest economy undergoes remarkable transformation, tipped to achieve growth of 7.3% ETF Securities provides unique access for local investors to major global stocks trading on National Stock Exchange of India ...