BetaShares (ASX:HBRD) ETF
The BetaShares HBRD Fund provides investors with exposure to hybrids. Think of hybrids this way: companies can raise capital by either issuing debt or equity. Debt and equity each have different characteristics, advantages and disadvantages. Hybrid securities have some characteristics of both.
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HBRD share price and fees
This chart shows the five-year performance of the chosen ETF to key asset classes of Aussie shares (VAS), US shares (IVV) and global bonds (VIF). You can use this chart to visualise how the ETF responds to different market environments. You can get our reports on ASX: VAS, ASX: IVV & ASX: VIF. The chart compares price return only.
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What does the HBRD ASX ETF invest in?
HBRD primarily invests in preference shares, with minor weightings to capital notes, bonds and cash. If and when the hybrids market is deemed to be overvalued or present a heightened risk of capital loss, the Fund can allocate more of the portfolio to lower risk securities.
What do investors use the HBRD ETF for?
The BetaShares HBRD Fund could be used by investors to access income returns from an actively managed portfolio of hybrid securities. The Fund actively seeks to reduce the volatility and downside risk associated with owning hybrids directly.
How to buy the HBRD ETF
Did you know: You can invest in any ASX-listed ETF for $6.50 (or less)?
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ASX: HBRD technical analysis
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