As of 20/09/2021
The Digital Infrastructure and Connectivity UCITS ETF seeks to capture companies that enable the digital applications of today and those that will redefine how people work, live and play tomorrow. It provides exposure to the explosive growth of the digital infrastructure virtuous cycle of expanding data, applications, and bandwidth that drives exponential network growth and development of new technologies.
DIGI follows an index comprised of 80+ publicly listed global equities that support the following six key functions: data centres; data networks; digital connectivity; digital transmission; digital processing; and digital solutions and IP.
Please remember that the value of your investment may go down as well as up and that past performance is no guarantee of future performance.
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Why Invest DIGI Digital Infrastructure ETF?
Exposure to digital megatrends:
The DIGI digital infrastructure ETF provides investors with exposure to companies at the forefront of the digital infrastructure revolution. The buildout of 5G and beyond will dramatically accelerate the trends of digitalisation and virtual communication and with that arises a growing and insatiable need for digital infrastructure and connectivity to support these digital activities and the immense amount of data flowing behind them.
A spiral of digital connectivity and use drives exponential growth:
New technologies are driving incremental data creation and we are seeing this in the build out of smart homes, smart cities, (semi) autonomous vehicles and the internet of things. The DIGI digital infrastructure ETF seeks to identify those companies that will benefit from the explosive growth in data traffic across all digital segments as next-generation connective technologies roll out, resulting in ever-increasing demand for better digital infrastructure and connectivity solutions.
A diversified investment proposition:
DIGI offers investors access to a basket of companies that spans data centres, networking equipment and related hardware, corresponding essential services and IP focused companies. The DIGI digital infrastructure ETF is broader than other single digital segments such as a 5G ETF or telemedicine ETF.
Thematic ETFs are exposed to a limited number of sectors and thus
the investment will be concentrated and may experience high volatility
Investors’ capital is fully at risk and may not get back the amount
Exchange rates can have a positive or negative effect on returns
The value of equities and equity-related securities can be affected by
daily stock and currency market movements
Further risks are disclosed in the KIID and Prospectus