SATRIX GOVI ETF Expands: Government Bond Opportunities Multiply

  • SATRIX GOVI ETF, part of SATRIX COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEME 2, has listed an additional 100,000 securities on the JSE, expanding investment opportunities.
  • The SATRIX GOVI ETF allows investors to gain exposure to a diversified portfolio of government bonds in a cost-effective manner.
  • With the listing of these securities, the total number of SATRIX GOVI ETF PORTFOLIO (STXGVI) securities in circulation is now 27,114,108, providing increased accessibility for investors.
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SATRIX COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEME 2 has announced the listing of additional securities for its popular SATRIX GOVI ETF Portfolio. The move aims to broaden investment opportunities and provide investors with increased access to government bonds.

With effect from today, the SATRIX GOVI ETF Portfolio has issued and listed an additional 100,000 securities on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). The SATRIX GOVI ETF, identified by the JSE code STXGVI and ISIN ZAE000318283, allows investors to efficiently and cost-effectively invest in a diversified portfolio of government bonds.

The newly listed securities were made available to investors at an issue price of approximately R72.68 per security, reflecting the prevailing market conditions. This listing brings the total number of SATRIX GOVI ETF PORTFOLIO (STXGVI) securities in circulation to an impressive 27,114,108.

The SATRIX GOVI ETF offers investors an attractive opportunity to participate in the government bond market. It operates as a passively managed fund, tracking the performance of the Satrix GOVI Index, which consists of South African government bonds with various maturities. The stability and potential returns of the government bond market make it an appealing choice for investors seeking diversified and low-risk investment options.

The addition of these securities to the SATRIX GOVI ETF Portfolio presents investors with enhanced investment choices and the chance to capitalize on the prevailing market conditions. This move reinforces SATRIX COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEME 2’s commitment to offering innovative investment solutions that cater to the evolving needs of investors.

Individuals and institutions interested in investing in the SATRIX GOVI ETF can do so through their preferred stockbrokers or financial advisors. The ETF provides an accessible avenue for investors to diversify their portfolios and gain exposure to fixed-income securities.

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