1nvest ETF, announced today the listing of additional 1nvestRhodium debentures under the share code ETFRHO and ISIN code ZAE000210787. The move comes in response to growing demand for exposure to rhodium in the financial markets.
The company commenced the issuance of an additional 1,500 1nvestRhodium debentures on July 17, 2023, at an approximate issue price of R791.5195 per debenture. These new debentures were made available following subscriptions for approximately 14.044 fine troy ounces of Rhodium. The increasing interest in Rhodium, a rare and highly sought-after precious metal, has driven investors to seek avenues to gain exposure to its price movements.
|Date||Debentures Issued||Issue Price (R)||Rhodium Subscribed (Fine Troy Ounces)|
|July 17, 2023||1,500||R791.5195||14.044|
Rhodium’s exceptional hardness and resistance to corrosion make it a valuable asset with a wide range of industrial applications, particularly in the automotive sector, where it is used in catalytic converters to reduce harmful emissions. Its scarcity and the increasing demand for clean energy technologies have further contributed to its value appreciation in recent years.
The precious metal market has been experiencing a surge in demand, particularly for Rhodium, leading to heightened interest from investors. Rhodium’s price performance over the past years has been impressive, with significant returns that outperformed other precious metals like gold and silver. Its remarkable performance has caught the attention of investors looking to diversify their portfolios and seek alternative investment opportunities.
With the latest issuance of 1nvestRhodium debentures, the total number of debentures in circulation will rise to 231,905, linking these to approximately 2,192.166 fine troy ounces of Rhodium. This expansion offers investors greater opportunities to capitalize on Rhodium’s potential growth and stability as a precious metal investment.
Rhodium’s Bullish Trend:
Over the last decade, Rhodium’s price has been on an upward trajectory, driven by increasing demand in the automotive and technology sectors, tightening emission regulations, and the metal’s scarcity. This bullish trend has attracted both institutional and retail investors seeking to diversify their portfolios with assets that have low correlations to traditional financial instruments.