Iconic stock names in the ETFs at Raiz - Raiz Invest

If you want to invest and gain exposure to invest in some of the global iconic leading companies, ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds) are a great investment product that can help you do just that as well as getting diversification.

But guess what? Many people do not know what is in each ETF. So just which iconic companies are under the hood of the ETFs that Raiz invests in on behalf of its members? Let’s look!

The following ETFs are quoted on the ASX are available in six of the seven Raiz Portfolios for you to choose from, as well as the Custom Portfolio option that let’s you choose the ETF weightings yourself. They are not part of the Emerald Socially Responsibly Themed Portfolio.


Thinking US Top 500? Think the IVV ETF

The IVV ETF tracks the performance of the S&P500 Index, featuring many of the largest companies in the USA and brands you may use daily. Think Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Meta, Tesla, Johnson & Johnson (J&J).

It’s a long and prestigious list of many globally iconic brands that one single ETF, the IVV, owns.

View the factsheet here. (some factsheets divert to the US traded ETF so you can easily the stocks contained).


Got a taste for the local Aussie shares? The STW ETF has the big Aussie names

This ETF is where you will find iconic companies like BHP, the big 4 Banks, Biotech giant CSL, Wesfarmers and Telstra, just to name a few. This ETF tracks the performance of the ASX200 Index and these companies make up part of the ASX200 index.

View the factsheet here.


Asian Tech giants live in the IAA ETF

If you own the IAA ETF you get exposure to some of the big names in Asia.  Think TenCent who owns WeChat or Alibaba also companies outside China like Samsung, and semiconductor chip giant Taiwan Semiconductor. These are some of the biggest names globally in tech and are all part of the IAA ETF.

View the factsheet here.


Keen on European Stocks? Then IEU may be for you

Food giant Nestle, Pharma giant Astrazeneca, Energy giant Shell, fashion giant LVMH and banking giant HSBC all form part of the IEU ETF.  This ETF aims to track the index composed of European equities which these companies are part of.

View the factsheet here.

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The Custom Portfolio gives you access to even more ETFs


All about US Tech? The NDQ ETF has you covered

This ETF tracks the performance of the tech heavy Nasdaq Index, with big tech names like Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Tesla, Alphabet, Meta, just to name drop a few.

View the factsheet here.


Global Healthcare your thing? Here is The IXJ ETF

Here is where you will find some of the biggest names in global healthcare. Think United Health, J&J, Pfizer and Roche.

View the factsheet here.


Global 100 IOO ETF

Think JJJ Hottest 100 has gone global in stock form.

A taste of the names in this ETF are the likes of Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, J&J, Exxon and Procter&Gamble.

These are companies that have stood the test of time and proven leaders in their respective industries and sectors.

View the factsheet here.


Raiz portfolios can give you global exposure

Each Raiz portfolio can give users the ability to automatically invest your spare change in ETFs that track the performance of hundreds of global companies (thousands in some case), as well as ETFs that track the performance of bonds. Every time you see one of the big-name companies, you may find you have an ETF that is tracking its performance. This is just a small sample, there are many more well known stocks that make up the ETFS in our diversified portfolios.

Tip: Check out the factsheets, especially if you are using a Custom Portfolio as large companies in one index such as the Nasdaq ETF may also be covered in the S&P500 ETF. You may find you are doubling up when you don’t want to.

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