Five ETFs that Could Crush Bank Returns in 2022

Discover Greg Canavan’s top five ASX-listed ETFs that could benefit if low interest rates are here to stay.

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  • ETF #1: The Gold Train Hasn’t Left Yet: The underlying gold story may be familiar to you…inflation hedge, store of value, a way to exit fiat with more than a millennium of trust behind it. But there’s one unique gold ETF Greg is particularly fond of. Download your report to find out what it is…
  • ETF #2: This Theme Could Boom in 2022: This ETF focuses on a niche sector of the tech market that Greg expects to grow rapidly in 2022. It contains a good balance of stocks that are big players in this emerging field. It was hit hard at the start of the pandemic but has resumed the strong upward trend it’s been on the past few years.
  • ETF #3: Unpopular Opinions Are Often Still True: This ETF is a contrarian play, but the opportunity is just too important to ignore. With the Biden administration seemingly more hawkish in the Middle East than Trump ever was, and deteriorating relations between Israel and Iran, this is a riskier bet. But it’s definitely one you should keep in mind over the next few years.
  • ETF #4: Greg’s Favourite Currency ETF for 2022: During a brutal COVID winter, this country’s currency (and GDP) got hit particularly hard. But Greg believes once the dust settles from the pandemic, it’s in a unique position to rebound quickly. Being tracked against the AUD it also has the potential to see increased performance if the Aussie dollar runs out of steam.
  • ETF #5: A Quantitative Approach to Value: Rising bond yields, something Greg has covered in depth in The Daily Reckoning Australia, have triggered a pivot to value in the markets. This unique ETF uses a computer-driven value model to buy from a huge array of companies in developed counties — all based on solid fundamentals and existing real cash flows. This fund has been on a tear the past year and Greg believes this trend will continue in 2022.

Discover five ways to grow your wealth in our ultra-low interest rate world in Greg’s brand-new report: ‘Top Five ETFs for 2022’s Zero Interest Rate Market’.

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