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Product In Focus: ETF Securities Future Present Range Megatrends are powerful forces that have the potential to cause long term structural changes in the economy and society. The Future Present range has been designed to give investors access to the emerging megatrends that are starting to define the world we live in. The range’s products positive performance is testament to investor trends. CURE up 22.0% year to date, ROBO 22.5%, TECH 20.7% and ACDC 7.1% (as at 12 April 2019) One of the most challenging aspects of investing has always been identifying ‘the next big thing’. ...
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This week's highlights Global equity markets fell substantially last week as U.S. and China trade tensions escalated. Asia-focused ETFs were the hardest hit. The 10 worst performers for the week all included substantial Asian equity exposure, including iShares China Large-Cap (IZZ), VanEck Vectors ChinaAMC A-Share ETF (CETF) and iShares MSCI South Korea Capped ETF (IKO). Precious metals benefited from the risk-off sentiment with ETFS Physical Silver (ETPMAG) returning 1.3% for the week and gold funds (QAU, GOLD and PMGOLD) all amongst the top performers. Platinum also rallied. Domestic equities fared better, with resource sector (MVR) and property (MVA) funds posting positive returns for the week. Total flows into domestically domiciled ETFs were $83m, while outflows totalled $25m. The biggest inflows were into domestic equity ETFs (MVW and FAIR) and fixed income ETFs (AAA, CRED, HBRD and QPON). The biggest outflows for the week were from BetaShares Australia 200 ETF (A200) and international equity funds including IEU, IJH, FEMX and BNKS. ...