Investors will soon be able to invest in three new ETFs on the ASX that are focused on carbon credits, uranium and solar. If there is one thing the Russian invasion of Ukraine should have taught us, it is the importance of energy in the world economy.
As Russian oil and gas was progressively banned by many countries, energy prices rose sharply right around the globe, sending the prices of energy companies up with them.
The episode has also caused a rapid rethink in much of Europe, with many countries looking for energy alternatives rather than relying on supplies from Russia.
That response plus the election result that showed that many voters are keen to get on with reducing our reliance on fossil fuels has led to the arrival of several investment products around that theme. Three green products for carbon credits, nuclear and solar The three “green” products include a synthetic […]
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