BetaShares Global Government Bond 20+ Year ETF – Currency Hedged (ASX:GGOV)

The GGOV ETF invests in international or global fixed income securities with 20-year (or longer) maturities issued by G7 member countries (e.g. UK, France, Japan, Germany, etc.), with a cap on duration and hedged in Australian dollars.

GGOV ETF review

GGOV share price and fees


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Range: 1 mth | 3 mths | 6 mths | 1 yr | 2 yrs | 5 yrs | 10 yrs

ETF share prices are updated using end of day data from the ASX. FUM, fee and spread data is updated monthly, with a delay. Refer to the ETF’s PDS and the ASX website for up-to-date information.

GGOV fees

ASX ticker code: GGOV
Yearly fee (MER): 0.22%
FUM: $8.79 million
Monthly spread: 0.37%
Data Last Updated: July 2022

Analyst report

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GGOV performance

This chart shows the yearly performance of the chosen ETF to key asset classes of Aussie shares (ASX: VAS) and US shares (ASX: IVV). You can use this chart to visualise how the ETF responds to different market environments. We recommend using a 5+ year time horizon for comparisons. The chart compares price return only.

Fee comparison

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What does the GGOV ASX ETF invest in?

The GGOV ETF invests in long-dated fixed income products, such as sovereign bonds, from countries like the USA, Germany, France, Canada, etc. These countries are part of the G7. The maturity of the portfolio of bonds is typically over 20 years. BetaShares seeks to cap duration on the portfolio.

What do investors use the GGOV ETF for?

Investors might consider using GGOV to get global fixed income exposure (e.g. to diversify income away from Australia) and do so with the currency risk hedged by the ETF issuer. This ETF could might used by investors as a tactical allocation.

How to buy the GGOV ETF

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GGOV investor starter pack

GGOV PDS

The Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) explains the fees, tax status and some of the risks.

GGOV literature

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GGOV holdings

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ASX: GGOV’s dividend 2021

GGOV dividend yield

Last 12m yield: 1.11%

When does GGOV pay a dividend?

GGOV dividend reinvestment plan (DRP)

Warnings we apply to the GGOV ETF

GGOV tax domicile

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Sector information is recorded based on the last 12-month returns to July 2022. Refer to the Issuer’s website, speak to your financial adviser and always the fund’s Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) before choosing an ETF for its dividend yield, past returns or fees. Past performance can be a poor indicator of future performance. 

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ASX: GGOV technical analysis

The Best ETFs technical analysis chart pack shows the 12-month share price movements, Stochastic bands and traded volume (for both up and down days). This chart uses end-of-day data, so it’s for illustrative purposes only.

*The warnings on this page are applied by our ETF research team. Please know that these warnings are based on quantitative metrics and our internal methodology. These risks are not exhaustive and therefore they should not be relied upon. Always read the PDS of the function and speak to your financial adviser before acting on this information.

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