Following your different advices and an attentive reading, as all of you, I choose to invest in passive ETFs such as Vanguard.
However, time goes by and I observe an increased political interest in low-carbon transitions, with following regulatory policies. I also see an increased attention from media to the different catastrophic events happening globally, and pessimistic scientific predictions concerning their future occurrence.
I saw that passive index funds are slowly emerging, weighting industries and sectors according to their compliance to a low-carbon policy. These funds are still recent and have low asset under managements, but they are still diversified both among countries and sectors, and have a low TER (0.20). I start to anticipate upcoming regulations and sectors that could benefits from climate change.
To my opinion, and according to their size and tracking index (most of ETFs are young and small), I would prefer:
- Lyxor MSCI World Climate Change (DR) UCITS ETF - Acc
- Lyxor Net Zero 2050 S&P Eurozone Climate PAB (DR) UCITS ETF - Acc
Do you have any opinion about these ETFs ? Or would do you have other preferences ?
PS : I declare no conflict of interests.