The widest range of investment strategies can be found in exchange-traded funds. ETFs offer the advantage of daily liquidity for the firm which translates to more flexibility and adaptability.
An ETF is called an exchange-traded fund since it’s traded on an exchange just like stocks. The price of an ETF’s shares will change throughout the trading day as the shares are bought and sold on the market.
Jadesan Capital Investments focuses on industry ETFs with a global outlook, such as technology and banking.
The high level of liquidty means that there are rarely any large tracking errors from the underlying index, even during intraday trading. By owning these ETFs, Jadesan Capital Investments gets the diversification of an index fund as well as the ability to sell short and buy on margin. Another advantage is the expense ratio for Industry ETFs are lower than the average mutual fund.
For the time being, tech-focused exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have been achieving great heights. The top tech ETFs have dramatically outperformed the S&P so far this year, with double-digit gains a hallmark of the space. As for banking ETFs, Jadesan Capital Investments invests in a variety of bank ETFs, from regional bank funds to SPDRs.