VanEck Small Companies Masters ETF
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VanEck Small Companies Masters ETF (MVS, formerly VanEck Vectors Small Companies Masters ETF) invests in a diversified portfolio of ASX-listed small companies with the aim of providing investment returns (before management costs) that closely track the returns of the MVIS Australia Small-Cap Dividend Payers Index (MVMVSTRG).
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What is the VanEck Small Companies Masters ETF (MVS)?
MVS can help you master the Australian small caps universe, offering diversity for your portfolio.
MVS ETF focuses on small caps that demonstrate:
- Sufficient liquidity
- Pay dividends (which indicates free cash flow and profitability)
The end result is a well-diversified portfolio with a value and quality bias.
What are the benefits of the MVS ETF?
Find the main benefits of the MVS ETF here:
There is more potential growth in small companies than large ASX companies.
Aussie small caps which tend to pay regular dividends are likely to reap greater returns and have historically provided superior downside protection against market corrections.
Small companies are less correlated to large companies and less correlated to the business cycle.
The lack of research coverage means opportunities may go unnoticed and there may be mispricing opportunities.
Great way to diversify into Australia’s emerging opportunities and sectors that are not well represented by large ASX companies.
Does MVS pay dividends?
Yes, MVS ETF pays dividends twice a year.
What are the risks of the VanEck Small Companies Masters ETF?
An investment in the MVS ETF carries risks associated with financial markets generally, individual company management, industry sectors, stock and sector concentration, fund operations and tracking an index.
Find out more about the VanEck Small Companies Masters ETF.
To do so follow these steps:
- Sign up in minutes, all you need is some I.D.
- Choose Stake AUS
- Deposit directly into your Stake wallet and you're ready to invest in MVS
This does not constitute financial advice. You should do your own research before making an investment decision. Past performance is not a reliable indication of future performance. No representation is made as to the timeliness, reliability, accuracy or completeness of the market data provided.