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Leave it to the pros: Diversification through thematics, managed accounts

As investors seek greater portfolio exposure and diversification at lower cost, two increasingly popular options – thematic ETFs and managed-account solutions – show how wealth management practices are adapting to clients’ evolving needs.

Staff Writer | 13th Dec 2023 | More
No ‘dirty word’: Derivatives offer downside protection in volatility

Derivatives should not be a “dirty word” for investors looking for better returns, capital protection and diversification at a time when volatility and higher inflation appear here to stay, according to Atlantic House Group’s Andrew Lakeman and Global X’s Evan Metcalf.

Lisa Uhlman | 27th Sep 2023 | More
ETF market primed to shift from vanilla funds to thematics

The end of the pandemic is leading to a “new normal” for the ETF market in Australia, with thematic funds set to steal the spotlight from vanilla ETFs as investors look to take advantage of megatrends like decarbonisation, Global X’s Blair Hannon says.

Lisa Uhlman | 19th May 2023 | More
  • Tech sector soars as bond yields and banks fall

    Despite increased volatility emanating from the banking sector, tech stocks have been supported by falling bond yields on fears the global economy could slip into recession this year, with big-name companies leading the gains.

    Nicki Bourlioufas | 24th Mar 2023 | More
    ETFs go niche with S&P/ASX 200 first covered call index fund from Global X

    The announcement comes amid a major push into the domestic market for Global X, which in December signaled its intention to launch 10 new products in 2023.

    Tahn Sharpe | 15th Feb 2023 | More
    Cannabis, solar, lithium trends remain in their infancy, investors best pay attention

    Despite the widespread damage caused by Covid-19, the crisis accelerated the pace of technological advancements along with our ability to adapt to the latest changes. A survey by McKinsey & Co found that Covid-19 sped up the adoption of digital technologies by several years.

    Ishan Dan | 3rd Aug 2022 | More