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iShares - The power of choice
iShares is the market-leading ETF provider with a global offering of 950 products and assets of more than trillion (as of June 30, 2021) globally. For more than 20 years, iShares has operated in the ETF market based on the belief that investors deserve choice. That's why iShares ETFs are designed to provide flexible access to a wide range of investments - from stocks and bonds to a growing number of other strategies - at low cost and tax-efficient rates.
The breadth of the iShares ETF offering makes it easy to invest with a long-term horizon, seek to minimize risk, and match financial goals with personal beliefs.
Learn more about iShares and the iShares product range
Promotion dedicated to Directa Customers
From 1 October 2021, for all Directa Customers ZERO fees on a selection of iShares ETFs
The promotion is valid only on purchase orders with order minimum trade value of € 1,500 or € 2,500
The list of instruments on which the promotion is active and where a minimum order trade value of € 1,500 is required is available here, those for which a minimum order trade value of € 2,500 is required is availbable here
How to invest through iShares ETFs
iShares ETFs provide an easy and profitable way to gain exposure to different markets. The goal of iShares ETFs is to provide investors with returns based on the performance of their underlying index. By using ETFs as “building blocks”, it is possible to spread the risks of individual companies, entire sectors, or even entire countries.
The decision on which asset class to invest in and the proportions of this investment depend on your risk and return objectives and your time horizon.
A key component of asset allocation is to achieve appropriate diversification. This will ensure for instance that you have not “put all your eggs in one basket”. The wide range of iShares ETFs can help you diversify your investments into as many asset classes as per your needs.
Sustainable investing - Why choose ETFs to build sustainable portfolios
Sustainability issues are becoming increasingly relevant to portfolio construction, so investors might consider aligning portfolios with the transition to a low-carbon economy through direct approaches, which consist of allocating capital based on climate risks and opportunities, or indirect approaches, which involve, for example, reducing capital allocated to key emitters.
To avoid the most destructive effects of climate change, it will be necessary to keep the increase in the average global temperature below 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels, pursuing the goal of zero net emissions by 2050. BlackRock promotes innovation, research, and climate analysis to help its clients invest sustainably and build a net zero economy for all.
To learn more about net zero, watch the following video
For decades, indexing has helped investors create more efficient portfolios. Today, as more investors transition to sustainable investing, ETFs and index funds provide those ingredients that investors need to pursue their specific financial and sustainable goals.
There are 5 reasons to invest in sustainability through indexed solutions:
- Control: the wide range and transparency of available indices allow you to choose the most suitable approach to your portfolio
- Consistency: indices are usually rule-based and adopt replicable techniques regardless of asset class and exposure
- Resilience: Companies that adopt sustainable practices are more resilient, as evidenced by the fact that most sustainable ETFs have outperformed traditional versions in times of market stress
- Standardization: Information reported by companies allows for more immediate comparison by investors
- Stewardship: Index managers seek to influence long-term change in the practices of the companies in which they invest
Thematic ETFs - the solution to exposure to the megatrends of the future
Megatrends are disruptive forces that can bring about structural changes in the global economy, drive innovation, and redefine societal priorities and business models. They can have significant impacts not only on our lifestyles and spending habits, but also on government policies and corporate strategies. BlackRock has identified five trends that are changing economic models:
- Technological revolution
- Demographic and social change
- Rapid urbanization
- Climate change and resource constraints
- Emerging wealth growth
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