50 brand new ETFs are here 🍜 13th Aug 2021

It’s time for a brand new batch of ETFs, including some community requests.

All of the ETFs below are ISA and SIPP eligible.

In today’s batch:

  • £V3AM — Vanguard ESG Global All Cap UCITS ETF
  • £MAGG — BlackRock ESG Multi-Asset Growth Portfolio UCITS ETF (Acc)
  • £INTL — WisdomTree Artificial Intelligence UCITS ETF USD (Acc)

Full list of 50 new ETFs on your app:

ETF Ticker Universe
Airlines, Hotels and Cruise Lines UCITS ETF (Acc) TRIP Plus
Alerian Midstream Energy Dividend UCITS ETF (Acc) PMLP Plus
Almalia Sanlam Active Shariah Global Equity UCITS ETF (Acc) AMAP Plus
Amundi Prime Global UCITS ETF DR PRIW Plus
BlackRock ESG Multi-Asset Conservative Portfolio UCITS ETF (Acc) MACG Free
BlackRock ESG Multi-Asset Growth Portfolio UCITS ETF (Acc) MAGG Free
BlackRock ESG Multi-Asset Moderate Portfolio UCITS ETF (Acc) MAMG Free
Digital Infrastructure and Connectivity UCITS ETF (Acc) PIGI Plus
Fischer Sports Betting & iGaming UCITS ETF (Acc) BETP Plus
Global Online Retail UCITS ETF (Acc) PBUY Plus
HAN-GINS Cloud Technology Equal Weight UCITS ETF (Acc) SKYP Plus
HAN-GINS Indxx Healthcare Megatrend Equal Weight UCITS ETF (Acc) WELP Plus
HAN-GINS Tech Megatrend Equal Weight UCITS ETF (Acc) ITEP Plus
HANetf S&P Global Clean Energy Select HANzero UCITS ETF (Acc) ZERP Plus
iClima Distributed Renewable Energy UCITS ETF (Acc) DGEP Plus
iClima Global Decarbonisation Enablers UCITS ETF (Acc) CLMP Plus
Invesco AT1 Capital Bond ETF GBP Hedged (Dist) AT1S Free
Invesco Bloomberg Commodity UCITS ETF CMOP Free
Invesco Energy S&P US Sector UCITS ETF XLEP Free
Invesco Financial S&P US Sector UCITS ETF XLFQ Free
Invesco GBP Corporate Bond UCITS ETF (Dist) IGCB Free
Invesco MSCI World UCITS ETF (Acc) MXWS Free
Invesco Nasdaq Next Gen 100 UCITS ETF (Acc) EQJS Free
Invesco Real Estate US Sector UCITS ETF XREP Free
Invesco S&P 500 UCITS ETF (Acc) SPXP Free
Invesco Technology S&P US Select Sector UCITS ETF XLKQ Free
Invesco UK Gilts UCITS ETF GBP (Acc) GLTA Free
iShares $ Treasury Bond UCITS ETF GBP Hedged (Dist) GOVP Free
iShares € Corp Bond ESG UCITS ETF GBP Hedged Inc SUOG Free
iShares Agribusiness UCITS ETF USD (Acc) SPAG Free
iShares Core Global Aggregate Bond UCITS ETF USD (Dist) SAGG Free
iShares Edge MSCI Europe Momentum Factor UCITS ETF EUR (Acc) IEFM Free
iShares Edge MSCI World Size Factor UCITS ETF USD (Acc) IWFS Free
iShares EUR Ultrashort Bond UCITS ETF (Dist) ERN1 Free
iShares Global Clean Water UCITS ETF USD (Dist) IH2O Free
iShares Global Corp Bond UCITS ETF USD (Dist) CRPS Free
iShares Global High Yield Corp Bond UCITS ETF GBP Hedged (Dist) GHYG Free
iShares Global Timber & Forestry UCITS ETF USD (Dist) WOOD Free
iShares MSCI ACWI UCITS ETF USD (Acc) SSAC Free
iShares Nasdaq US Biotechnology UCITS ETF USD (Acc) BTEK Free
iShares Physical Palladium UCITS ETC SPDM Free
Procure Space UCITS ETF (Acc) UFOP Plus
Solar Energy UCITS ETF (Acc) TANP Plus
The Medical Cannabis and Wellness UCITS ETF (Acc) CBDP Plus
U.S. Global Jets UCITS ETF (Acc) JETP Plus
Vanguard ESG Global All Cap UCITS ETF V3AM Free
Vanguard FTSE Developed World UCITS ETF VHVG Free
Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets UCITS ETF VFEG Free
WisdomTree Artificial Intelligence UCITS ETF USD (Acc) INTL Plus

When you invest, your capital is at risk.


Let us know what you think about today’s batch!

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Can you please include OnGoing charge in your posts!

Great batch, the ETF universe is pretty much 95% complete

MACG, MAGG, MAMG ETFs are iShares ETFs actively managed by Blackrock
I believe they should be in the Free universe

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Hi J4ipod94!

We noticed this also and are in the process of correcting them :heavy_check_mark:

Thanks for your feedback

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Thanks, it’s nice to see some low cost ETFs for diverse equities (inc. some accumulation options) as well as more FICC ETFs

I know it’s boring but I think this should tip the balance for FT’s SIPP offering for a lot of people.

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Agreed. These stocks give me all that I require for my sipp. Thanks FT

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What other ETFs are being added?

great lot of ETFs love the thematics. Almost everything you cold want

Greedy! :wink: Spoilt for choice already.

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We really are! The team have done a great job.

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Are there any plans to include L&G Hydrogen Economy UCITS ETF?

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I downloaded your app expecting this ETF to be available- quite disappointed that it isn’t when I can just buy it in the normal way in my other platforms

Hi @Baptiste @RogerC

Welcome to the community :raised_hands:

You can create a request for this by starting a new thread and choosing the category ‘stock request’.

Hopefully it will be added in one of the next few batches.

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First post to the FreeTrade community! Hello all.

My portfolio currently sits at ~£12,800 (gains of ~£1,800 on an £11,000 investment over 12 months) with ETFs making up 50% of the portfolio.

With the ETFs making up such a large portion, I am wondering if anyone has any advice on a cut-off point for ETF costs? I know the S&P500 is very low (0.07%) whereas some can be 0.80% or even above 1.00%, thus eating into gains. I diversify away from the S&P500 as I want an internationally diversed portfolio.

I know cut-off points can be subjective and some may have higher cut-off points in their mind when it comes to ‘growth area’ ETFs such as robotics or cyber. But everyone has that point where they think eurghh this is getting high (mine is 0.90% or above).

Can you reply with your cut-off so I can get a feel for other opinions?

Thanks :smile:

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I wouldn’t invest based on costs. I’d make a plan what you want to invest in and then find the cheapest ETF(s) tracking that selection.

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Anything above ~30bps (0.3%) is where I get uncomfortable but I do have some smaller positions far above that (e.g. iShares MSCI Korea at 74bps)

I tend to keep an eye on what I’m paying overall which is 24bps across my ETFs, which although is higher than developed markets it isn’t far off a global tracker and I have a lot of expensive funds (EM, Value, Small Cap) in there.

It’s a shame funds are so expensive in the UK really, we’d pay much less in the US.