List of VanEck ETFs

VanEck was founded in 1955 as a specialist global investing business. Despite only launching in Australia in 2013, VanEck has grown to become one of the largest ETF issuers, both by the total number of ETFs issued and the amount of money invested (known as Funds Under Management or FUM).

Around a decade after being founded by John C. van Eck Jr in New York, VanEck launched the first gold fund. Today, VanEck offers ETFs in the Australian Shares, Global Shares, Australian Bonds and Commodities sectors.

List of VanEck ETFs

VanEck (ASX:CETF) ETF. The VanEck CETF ETF gives investors exposure to 50 of the largest companies in the mainland Chinese market.
VanEck (ASX:CNEW) ETF. The VanEck CNEW ETF provides investors with exposure to Chinese companies primarily from the IT, health care, consumer staples and consumer discretionary sectors.
VanEck (ASX:EBND) ETF. The VanEck EBND ETF is an actively-managed ETF which provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of bonds and currencies from a range of emerging markets.
VanEck (ASX:EMKT) ETF. The VanEck EMKT ETF gives investors exposure to companies across a range of emerging markets. Emerging markets (EM) are markets which are typically associated with higher average returns over 10+ years, but they (typically) come with higher risk, as measured by volatility.
VanEck (ASX:ESGI) ETF. The VanEck ESGI ETF provides exposure to sustainable international companies not including Australian or fossil fuel stocks.
VanEck (ASX:FLOT) ETF. The VanEck FLOT ETF gives investors exposure to a portfolio of Australian dollar-denominated floating rate bonds of investment-grade quality.
VanEck (ASX:GDX) ETF. The VanEck GDX ETF gives investors exposure to companies from around the world which are involved primarily in gold mining.
Vaneck (ASX:GRNV) ETF. For a diversified portfolio of sustainable Australian companies, the VanEck GRNV ETF may be of interest. This ETF focuses on Australian companies that have high environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance, based on MSCI ESG Research. GRNV has been certified by the Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA), as part of the Responsible Investment Certification Program.
VanEck (ASX:IFRA) ETF. The VanEck IFRA ETF provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of infrastructure securities from developed markets around the world.
VanEck (ASX:MOAT) ETF. The VanEck MOAT ETF provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of carefully selected US companies which fit the criteria of having a sustainable competitive advantage, sometimes called a ‘moat’.
VanEck (ASX:MVA) ETF. The VanEck MVA ETF provides investors with exposure to the Australian property market by investing in a portfolio of ASX-listed property companies and real estate investment trusts (REITs).
Vaneck (ASX:MVB) ETF. The VanEck MVB ETF provides focused exposure to Australia’s largest industry, the banking sector. This is a low-cost way to invest in the Australian banking industry through a single fund.
Vaneck (ASX:MVE) ETF. The VanEck MVE ETF provides exposure to a diversified portfolio of large Australian companies and is the only ETF tracking the S&P/ASX Midcap 50 Index in Australia. The MVE ETF is designed to capture the performance of the top 50 Australian midcap companies based on market cap, ranking from 51 to 100.
Vaneck (ASX:MVR) ETF. The VanEck MVR ETF provides focused exposure to the Australian resources sector, which is a significant part of the Australian economy. This is a low-cost way to invest in the Australian resources industry through a single fund.
Vaneck (ASX:MVS) ETF. The VanEck MVS ETF provides exposure to a diversified portfolio of Australian small caps, with a focus on highly liquid, dividend-paying companies. This ETF tracks the MVIS Australia Small-Cap Dividend Payers Index.
Vaneck (ASX:MVW) ETF. The VanEck MVW ETF provides exposure to over 60 of the largest and most liquid Australian shares, equally weighted. By equally weighting shares, this ETF aims to reduce concentration risk in specific Australian stocks and sectors.
VanEck (ASX:PLUS) ETF. The VanEck PLUS ETF provides investors with exposure to a portfolio of Australian dollar-denominated bonds from investment-grade companies.
VanEck (ASX:QHAL) ETF. The VanEck QHAL ETF gives investors exposure to large companies from developed countries around the world, excluding Australia, hedged into Australian dollars.
VanEck (ASX:QUAL) ETF. The VanEck QUAL ETF gives investors exposure to large companies from developed countries around the world, excluding Australia.
VanEck (ASX:REIT) ETF. The VanEck Vectors FTSE International Property (Hedged) ETF gives investors exposure to developed international property markets outside of Australia.
VanEck (ASX:SUBD) ETF. The VanEck SUBD ETF invests in a portfolio of Australian dollar-denominated subordinated bonds from a range of banks and insurance companies.
VanEck (ASX:ESPO) ETF share price analysis.The ESPO ETF invests in the world’s largest companies involved in global video game development, eSports, related hardware, and software by aiming to track the performance of the MVIS Global Video Gaming and eSports Index.
VanEck (ASX:HLTH) ETF share price analysis.The HLTH ETF invests in shares of international healthcare companies which offer growth ‘at a reasonable price’. Meaning, the ETF aims to invest in shares according to the common GARP methodology.
VanEck (ASX:GOAT) ETF share price analysis.The GOAT ETF tracks the performance of the Morningstar Developed Markets ex-Australia Wide Moat Focus Index. The index invests in 50 to 100 ‘wide moat’ companies, as defined by Morningstar, whose competitive advantages will provide excess returns for 20 years or more.
VanEck (ASX:DVDY) ETF share price analysis.The DVDY ETF tracks the Morningstar Australia Dividend Yield Focus Index which aims to capture the highest dividend-paying ASX shares, excluding A-REITs, while also meeting Morningstar’s Economic Moat, Quantitative Economic Moat, and Distance to Default Measures.

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