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VanEck is one of the world’s largest exchange traded product issuers. In Australia we provide investors with:

  • Opportunities to asset classes often underrepresented in portfolios; or
  • Beyond-the-usual approaches to established investment categories.

Unlock opportunities with VanEck's investment strategies that are designed to give you unequalled access to markets, sectors and intelligent investment ideas. We seek to provide long-term, superior performance in all our offerings, giving investors a broad choice of strategies.

VanEck offers 30 ETFs on ASX.

New to ETFs? Download our Starter Kit and follow our easy step-by-step process to get started.

See vaneck.com.au for more information.

 

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Welcome to Firstlinks Edition 467

Fund manager reports for last financial year are drifting into client mailboxes, and many of the results are disappointing. With some funds giving back their 2021 gains, why did they not reduce their exposure to hot stocks when faced with rising inflation and rates?

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Welcome to Firstlinks Edition 466 with weekend update

Heard the word, cakeism? As in, 'having your cake and eating it too'. The Reserve Bank wants to simultaneously fight inflation by taking away spending power, while not driving the economy into a recession. If you want to help, stop buying stuff.

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Welcome to Firstlinks Edition 465 with weekend update

Many thanks for the thousands of revealing comments in our survey on retirement experiences. We discuss the full results. And with the ASX200 down 10%, the US S&P500 off 20% and bond prices tanking, each investor faces the new financial year deciding whether to sit, sell or invest more.

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