1. Access the ‘new economy’
The BetaShares Nasdaq 100 ETF (ASX Code: NDQ) provides access to a diversified portfolio that contains the top companies listed on the Nasdaq stock market, including companies that provide services that are now part of our everyday lives. NDQ provides access to the world’s most revolutionary companies, including Google, Apple, Amazon Netflix and Tesla – all in a single ASX trade.
2. Elite companies, elite performance
With earnings growth substantially higher than that of Australian and global sharemarkets, the NASDAQ-100 Index has significantly outperformed over the past decade.
3. Simple, cost effective international diversification
In a single ASX trade, add 100 leading, global companies to your investment portfolio. And with management fees of only 0.48% p.a., (or $48 for every $10,000 invested) NDQ is a cost-effective investment solution for those seeking international exposure.
Performance and Earnings Growth to 31 October 2019
|NASDAQ 100 Index||Australian Shares*||Global Shares**|
|1 year return||20.3%||19.3%||15.9%|
|3 year return (p.a.)||23.9%||12.6%||15.6%|
|5 year return (p.a.)||20.9%||8.5%||13.0%|
|10 year return (p.a.)||21.3%||8.3%||12.5%|
|10 year earnings growth (p.a.)||18.5%||13.2%||13.6%|
Source: Bloomberg, MSCI.
*MSCI World Index represents ‘Global Shares’.
**S&P/ASX 200 Index represents ‘Australian Shares’.
Performance does not take into account ETF fees and costs. Past performance is not an indicator of future performance. You cannot invest directly in an Index.
NASDAQ-100 INDEX vs S&P/ASX 200 INDEX vs MSCI World INDEX: June 2008 to October 2019
Source: Bloomberg. Past performance is not an indicator of future performance. You cannot invest directly in an Index. Does not take into account ETF fees and costs which would reduce returns.
|Management fee||0.48% p.a. or $48 for every $10,000 invested|
|Objective||Provide investors with exposure to the performance of the 100 largest non-financial securities listed on the NASDAQ stock market, by market capitalisation. The Index contains category defining companies across major industry groups such as technology, telecommunications and retail.|