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Future Trends

Get ahead of economic shifts and invest in future-driven themes like healthcare, clean energy, and AI.
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Invest in the biggest forces of change

Future trends are powerful, transformative forces that can shift paradigms and redefine the world economy, creating unique opportunities for outsized returns over the long term.

Health, artificial intelligence, sustainability, and more

Tap into the biggest themes impacting global markets with strong structural growth opportunities, focused on improving quality of life and positive social change.

Managed by leading specialists in thematic investing

Curated and introducing new Best-In-Class funds previously not easily accessible to Hong Kong retail investors, managed by Blackrock, Natixis Thematics, Alliance Bernstein, Allianz and Schroders.

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Underlying funds

Portfolio Product Risk Rating: Please note that any portfolio product risk rating (the “PoRR”) provided by us is an internal rating assigned based on our product risk assessment model, and is for your reference only. For model portfolios, the portfolio PoRR is a weighted average product risk rating of funds included in the model portfolio rounding to the nearest integer. The PoRR is subject to change from time to time. The PoRR does not take into account your individual circumstances, objectives or needs and should not be regarded as advice or recommendation to purchase, hold or sell any fund or make any other investment decisions. Accordingly, you should not solely rely on the PoRR when making your investment decision in the relevant Portfolio.
Last updated 8 May 2023. Fund allocation percentages are for reference only and will be subject to adjustments due to market circumstances.
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What is the difference between core portfolios and satellite portfolios?

For most investors, the core portfolios - Global model portfolios and Factors model portfolios by Dimensional Fund Advisors (for Professional Investors only), are designed to be efficient broad market investment portfolios for general wealth accumulation needs. Built on the back of empirical data and academic research, the Core portfolios are suitable as the backbone of an investor’s overall investment strategy.

The satellite portfolios are designed to provide additional Best-in-Class exposure to specific assets, regions, sectors or themes. These are suitable for investors seeking to complement their existing broad market investments with a further focused allocation to express individual views on long-term growth opportunities.

What is a Core-Satellite investment strategy?

A core-satellite investment strategy is where an investor splits his capital allocation between a portfolio that serves as a foundation for his general wealth accumulation goals, and a conviction-based portfolio that is more focused and riskier. Usually, investors considering this strategy would use a diversified, broad market exposure portfolio such as our Global Portfolios as this is designed to give the highest probability of success, for their core allocation. This can then be supplemented by our Satellite portfolios that are more narrowly focused on specific assets, regions, sectors or themes.

Investing in a thematic or sector focused satellite portfolio on its own could potentially be riskier as it is less diversified. However, when used as a supplement to a core portfolio, the overall risk to their wealth accumulation goals can be balanced out while also providing the investor with the exposure to the asset, region, sector or theme that can potentially generate larger returns over the long-term from the secular trends or growth opportunities.

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