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Just as markets move in cycles, investment styles go in and out of favour. Both in the domestic and global markets, the last 5 years have seen strong outperformance by growth and momentum styles of investing. So we pose the question, is it time to...

“How do I invest for passive income?” is a common request among savers. They are mostly people who don’t want to be trading shares all day, or watching the markets, but would much prefer the “slow and steady” approach to investing. That sounds dull but there’s...

Sometimes it seems that no sooner have investors worked out what one product is, than another comes along. But don’t despair: Active ETFs are an important recent innovation that most particularly allow Australian investors to get access to portfolios of carefully chosen investments at surprisingly...

As the name Active Exchange Traded Funds (Active ETF) indicates, they are traded on a Stock Exchange like ordinary shares even though each Fund might very easily comprise more than 20 different stocks. That’s a significant benefit of Active ETFs for investors who don’t already have...

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iNAV. Funny sounding name, right? Well yes, but it is an important part of understanding what ETFs are all about. iNAV stands for ‘indicative net asset value’. What’s the Net Asset Value (NAV) you might ask? Well it’s total net assets under management of a portfolio. The NAV...

In short, lots. Just like there is with any investment that you may have. We all agree, ETFs are easy, accessible and offer you flexibility and liquidity, all for a low cost cost, but yes there are certainly risks. Keeping it simple, let’s look at some of...

What are market makers? Market Makers are important part of ETFs and play a critical role in their underlying liquidity. As you are probably aware, ETFs are open ended funds, unlike listed companies which only have a certain number of shares on offer to trade. This means that...

Here at eInvest, we like active exchange traded managed funds (ETFs). It’s our business. Our vision is to provide all Australians greater access to investment options suitable for them to grow their wealth and we think that ETFs and active ETFs are a good way...

1. Responsible Entity A Responsible Entity has the most important role in relation to our funds. All eInvest funds must have a Responsible Entity that holds an Australian Financial Services Licence and ensures compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements. It also oversees reporting, financial accounting...