Best Australian ETFs in 2021
ETF’s provide investors simple, low-cost access to some of the worlds biggest and best companies. I would even go as far as saying they’ve revolutionised the way we invest!
Unsurprisingly, ETFs have become so popular in recent years, it’s almost beyond belief. How’s this for a stat, according to ETFGI, flows into ETFs are already on pace to surpass a record 2020, totalling $659bn in the first six months of 2021 compared with $767bn for all of last year. Mind. Blown.
With so much attraction towards ETFs, the number of ETFs available to investors has naturally grown as ETF providers like Vanguard and iShares squabble over market share. According to Statista, there were 7,602 ETFs available worldwide in 2020, up from 276 in 2003. That’s an average 21.3% compounded annual growth rate per year!
So with a ridiculous amount of choice out there, it’s becoming increasingly challenging for Aussie investors to navigate the enormous world of ETFs. That’s where I come in.
With so many choices on offer, I thought I’d create articles uncovering the Best Australian ETFs in 2021 to guide you down ETF Street!
The articles will mainly come in the form of comparisons between similar ETFs. For example, ‘Best ETF Tracking Asian Companies.’
Anyways, I hope you enjoy, and most importantly, find value in these articles.
In this article, I’ll be getting under the hood of 3 of the Best Dividend ETF(s) listed on the ASX. Specifically, I’ll be reviewing Vanguards Australian Shares High Yield ETF (ASX:VHY), iShares Dividend Opportunities ETF (ASX:IHD) and Russell Investments High Dividend Australian Shares ETF (ASX:RDV) for all of you investors out there looking to boost […]Read More
To kick off this article, I’ll provide a brief overview of the global Cybersecurity market. From there, I’ll move into my HACK ETF review. Nowadays, investors can access Thematic ETFs designed to invest in a range of companies that stand to take advantage of potential megatrends in technology, society, and the environment. Thanks to Betashares, […]Read More
Following on from My Top 3 Global ESG ETFs article, I thought I’d shift the conversation back home and compare some of the Best Aussie ESG ETF(s) (FAIR vs VETH vs GRNV). In this article, I’ll be unpacking BetaShares Australian Sustainability Leaders ETF (ASX: FAIR), Vanguards Ethically Conscious Australian Shares ETF (ASX: VETH) and VanEcks […]Read More
I recently debated re-shuffling my core holdings from VGS to a combination of VTS and VEU. After some thought, I decided against it. In this article, I’ll compare two of Australia’s best international ETFs (VGS vs VTS), and provide some rationale behind why I’m invested in one, not the other. I’ll also touch on some other […]Read More
Getting a foot into the frothy Australian property market has proved difficult in 2021. Both metropolitan and regional properties have flown off the shelf thanks to a combination of record-low interest rates, and government incentives. That’s why I’m on a mission to uncover the best property ETF. Priced out, or not interested in a direct […]Read More
It’s time to dissect the best Aussie ETFs tracking Australian companies. Betashares Australia 200 ETF (ASX:A200) vs Vanguard’s Australian Shares Index ETF (ASX:VAS) vs iShares Core S&P/Asx 200 ETF (ASX:IOZ). Straight off the bat (cricket pun intended), I should note that VAS, A200 and IOZ are popular here in Australia. So popular that they account […]Read More
If you’ve seen Sir. David Attenborough’s “A Life On Our Planet” on Netflix, you’ll know that he makes a very compelling case for moving towards a future where humans can live in harmony with the Earth. If you haven’t seen it, do yourself a favour and watch the great man in action. You won’t be […]Read More
Why Invest In Asia? It’s no secret that Asia is a continent on the rise economically. However, it may come as a surprise that China boasts the world’s second-largest nominal GDP, and is forecast to surpass the U.S.A for the top spot by 2030. As a continent, Asia is set to make up 35% of […]Read More
To capture the best exposure to U.S. companies from Australia, I’ve put together a list of 3 of the best US ETFs listed on the ASX that predominantly track the US Markets. These ETFs seek to provide buy and hold investments for investors searching for long-term capital growth, income through dividends, and access to the […]Read More