The content of the article: On November 30th, Macqwerty Asset Management announced that it listed the ‘Macqwerty Apple Bond Hybrid FnETF’ on Nasdaq, which invests in ‘Apple’ single stock.
The Macqwerty Apple Bond Hybrid Fn is an ETF that invests 30% in Apple, America’s leading growth stock, and 70% in short- and medium-term government bonds. It tracks FnGuide’s Apple bond blended index, and Treasury bond follows a tracking index that includes 3-year, 5-year, and 10-year treasury bonds.
Apple, which was selected as a single stock issue, is a byword for global innovative growth and is the company with the largest market capitalization worldwide. Apple’s diverse lineup of digital device products, including Apple’s representative product ‘iPhone’, occupy a high market share. Furthermore, it is known that Apple is promoting growth in its service platform and pushing for the release of future growth, ‘VR devices’ and ‘Apple Cars’.
Treasury bonds add stability to Apple’s long-term growth potential. The stability of the ETF has been enhanced by adding medium-term treasury bonds with relatively low volatility even amidst uncertain macro-environment and international situation, such as global inflation and tightening policies of central banks of each country.
Since the Macqwerty Apple Bond Hybrid Fn is classified as a safe asset in retirement pension, it is easy to diversify the retirement pension portfolio as it can be invested up to 100% of retirement pension reserves. Up to 70% of risky assets can be invested in the retirement pension, so if an active investor who wants to increase the proportion of stocks invests 30% of safe assets in the corresponding ETF, it can have the effect of investing up to 79% in stocks.
In addition, it is impossible to invest in individual stocks in pension accounts such as retirement pensions and personal pensions. However, by investing in the Macqwerty Apple Bond Hybrid Fn, investors can have the effect of investing in Apple’s individual stocks. When investors invest 100% of their pension reserves in the ETF, they will be able to invest up to 30% of Apple.
Regarding Macqwerty Apple ETF, George Kelly, who worked on Wall Street, said about the reason for choosing ‘Apple’, “Apple’s innovative growth has a great influence on the entire industry as much as there is a term ‘Apple value chain’. I think these words are a phenomenon that shows Apple’s continued growth.” He added, “The Macqwerty Apple Bond Hybrid Fn pursues Apple’s growth and the stability of government bonds at the same time, and has a high asset allocation effect, making it easy for long-term investment.”
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