To gain a deeper understanding of the impact of cryptocurrencies on investment portfolios, Iconic Funds and Cryptology AG have conducted a study investigating different portfolio structures, with particular focus on the following investment models: a traditional stock/ bond portfolio (with weights of 50/50 and 80/20), a balanced portfolio (stocks/ bonds/ real estate/ gold/ commodities), an endowment model portfolio; a family office/ high net worth individual’s portfolio and a pension fund portfolio.
Surveys & research
Digital asset manager CoinShares has produced its bi-monthly report on digital assets, revealing that 42 per cent of investors see Ethereum as having the most compelling growth outlook.
According to the latest Global Factor Investing Study from Invesco, almost half, at 46 per cent, of institutional investors expect to increase the use of factor ETFs in their factor allocations over the next three years.
Active fixed income managers made the most of volatile first half of 2021, with the bulk beating benchmarks, while equity managers had a more challenging period according to Lyxor Asset Management.
HANetf research reveals European investor demand for ETFs focusing on income and upside enhancement for defined outcome strategies
HANetf has conducted market research in order to establish potential demand for ‘defined outcome’ strategies in the ETF wrapper.
ETFs and cryptocurrencies are the top assets in which investors are interested, according to a new report from Dianomi and The Dubs.
Data from Trackinsight, the global ETF analysis platform, reveals that the European ETF market has turned green in 2021 with 50 per cent of the total flows year-to-date going to ESG funds.
CoinShares’ weekly report reveals that digital asset investment products saw outflows for the third consecutive week with outflows totaling USD28 million.
Metals ETC provider, Global Palladium Fund (GPF), writes that, gold, used throughout history to preserve and display wealth, has stood the test of time and today is as coveted and precious as it was a thousand years ago.
ESG assets are on track to exceed USD50 trillion by 2025, representing more than a third of the projected USD140.5 trillion in total global assets under management, according to Bloomberg Intelligence’s (BI) latest ESG 2021 Midyear Outlook report.