25 November 2021
Just in time for the end of year, video gaming companies have lined up a number of releases, among them Halo Infinite and Final Fantasy XVI, this follows the release of Call of Duty: Vanguard. For most investors, they may be missing access to this opportunity. Most investors have exposure to technology via the FAANGM stocks however recent volatility, concerns about corporate image and the shifting regulatory environment has highlighted investor’s apprehensions about overpaying. One way to diversify your technology exposure is to look beyond the mega cap tech stocks and consider the investment opportunity pertaining to video gaming and esports.
07 November 2021
Many of the most compelling investment opportunities cannot be found in the stock market.
98% of companies worldwide are private. Unlocking the investment opportunities in these companies has been the domain of venture capital firms and professional investors.
04 November 2021
Australia’s corporate regulator, ASIC, recently released a set of guidelines and requirements which effectively give the green light to a range of cryptocurrency-related ETFs including bitcoin. As a global investment manager with expertise in digital assets and cryptocurrency products, VanEck is looking to launch a spot-based bitcoin ETF*. You are now able to register your interest.
* ETF not currently available and is subject to regulatory and market operator approval.ETFs
04 November 2021
by Alice Shen, Senior Associate - Investments & Capital Markets
There was the property slowdown, provincial COVID resurgence and a tech clampdown, but now there’s some good news for Chinese equities. For the past 18 years, Chinese A-shares have exhibited strong seasonality in Q4, and history looks to potentially repeat itself.ETFs
28 October 2021
Last year the S&P and the ASX celebrated 20 years of its S&P/ASX index series. This year they celebrated 20 years since an ETF tracked one of these indices. Since then ETFs on ASX have proliferated. Here we provide some insight, comparing the market capitalisation indices that make up the S&P/ASX series: S&P/ASX 200, S&P/ASX 50, S&P/ASX MidCap 50 and the S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries Index. The results may surprise you.