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.
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
Palladium is 30 time rarer than Gold.https://www.prnewswire.co.uk/news-releases/why-palladium-has-been-rising-on-global-commodities-markets-814951220.html
Two thirds of global Artificial Intelligence (AI) investment is currently going to China. This has helped the Chinese AI industry grow approximately 40% from 2019 to 2020.statista.com
40% of European companies also profit in China is higher than their global average. ROI for U.S businesses in China for 2018 was 11.2% compared with a global average return of 8.9% for American companies.https://www.forbes.com/sites/russellflannery/2019/10/20/multinationals-investment-returns-in-china-beat-their-global-average/#15736ccf2243
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) estimates that every American born in 2008 will use 1,309 pounds of copper during their lifetime for necessities, lifestyles and health.https://www.copper.org/education/c-facts/
China's 2019 GDP was US$14.3 trillion, making up 16.3% of the world total, and second only to the USA in size.tradingeconomics.com
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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