NTree’s goal is to educate investors on the investment opportunities in the Chinese and Commodities markets. We distribute the innovative Elementum range of Exchange Traded Commodities. See our sister brand, Metal.Digital, for more information.
We also organise seminars, road shows and conference calls to educate our vast network of asset allocators, asset managers and fund managers about the Chinese capital markets and the commodities sector, advancing the case for the available investment products.
Similarly, investors often are unsure about how to add commodities exposures to their portfolios, with physically backed and swap-based ETCs, equity ETFs and derivatives each serving different functions. NTree aims to support you in understanding how and when to gain efficient exposures, whether you are looking for diversification or price discovery.
China's two exchanges have a combined market cap of over $7.5trn and list more than 2,800 companies. If we also include Hong Kong’s market as a China market, the value of Chinese stock markets easily passes $10trn, the second largest market after USA.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_stock_exchanges
The Asian economic zone now represents 50% of global GDP* and 70% of global economic growthEuropean Business review
China launched 35 satellites in 2018. The USA launched 30.https://www.technologyreview.com/s/612595/china-launched-more-rockets-into-orbit-in-2018-than-any-other-country/
Platinum is the only material suitable for the electrodes required in the 600 000 heart pacemakers which are implanted each year.https://platinuminvestment.com/about/platinum-facts
China’s total renewable power capacity rose 9.5% to 750 gigawatts in the year to June 2019, due to Beijing’s clean energy drive - largely drawing power from Solar, Wind and Hydroelectric sources.https://uk.reuters.com/article/us-china-renewables/chinas-renewable-power-capacity-up-9-5-year-on-year-in-june-idUKKCN1UK1MF
Annual per capita income in Chinese urban areas saw a significant rise over the last two decades. Between 1995 and 2019, the annual disposable income of urban households in China grew tenfold, up from from ¥4,279 to ¥42,359 in 2019.https://www.statista.com/statistics/278698/annual-per-capita-income-of-households-in-china/
There are a plethora of active and passive funds that allow investors to gain exposure to the Chinese markets, from Europe-domiciled UCITS funds through to China-listed active and passive funds, spanning equities, fixed income, PE and hedge funds. NTree aims to keep you abreast of the options available to you, cutting through the noise to present the best products available.
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