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Invest in a broad range of companies that have been screened based on environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors to create a more sustainable future.

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About Stockspot Sustainable Portfolios

Invest in a way that aligns with your personal values to help create a more sustainable future.

Negative screening

Portfolios exclude companies that have activities in non-sustainable practices such as fossil fuel production, tobacco and weapons.

Environmentally friendly

Portfolios invest in companies that have renewable energy initiatives aimed at reducing the global carbon footprint.

Socially responsible

Portfolios prioritise companies that have a positive social impact as well as companies with good governance.

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How we invest your money sustainably

We build you a smart, custom portfolio using ETFs (exchange traded funds), which give you access to a range of different investments with low fees.

We only use sustainable share ETFs. This means your money is invested in companies that are sustainability conscious, climate friendly, and demonstrate good corporate governance.

The companies in the Stockspot Sustainable Portfolios generate 80-90% fewer carbon emissions compared to a typical share portfolio.

The companies in the Stockspot Sustainable Portfolios generate 80-90% fewer carbon emissions compared to a typical share portfolio.

Source: MSCI. Based on Stockspot’s selected sustainable share ETFs vs broader benchmarks (ASX 300 and MSCI World ex-Australia)

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Frequently asked questions

How much money do I need to start investing?

Our minimum to start is just $2,000.

What is sustainable investing?

Sustainable investing aims to achieve long term wealth creation by investing in companies that demonstrate positive environmental and social impact.

How do you know which sustainable portfolio is right for me?

We custom-built our questionnaire so that we can find out all the details we need to know about your situation.

From there our smart algorithms are able to recommend a portfolio that's best suited to your preferences and goals.

What are the ETFs used in Stockspot’s Sustainable Portfolios?

The Sustainable portfolios include the following ETFs:

  • BetaShares Australian Sustainability Leaders ETF (FAIR)
  • Vaneck Vectors MSCI International Sustainable Equity ETF (ESGI)
  • BetaShares Global Sustainability Leaders ETF (ETHI)
  • iShares Core Composite Bond ETF (IAF)
  • ETFS Physical Gold ETF (GOLD)
What fees do sustainable ETFs charge?

All ETFs charge a management fee. This is an indirect cost deducted directly from the daily ETF price. The ETFs used in the Stockspot Sustainable portfolios charge between 0.20% to 0.59% per year. This is lower than most 'active' ethical funds but higher than the index ETFs used in the core Stockspot Portfolios.

How do the Sustainable Portfolios differ from the Stockspot Portfolios?

Returns from the Stockspot Sustainable Portfolios will differ to the Stockspot Portfolios due to differences in country and sector allocations.

The Sustainable Portfolios have a higher allocation to countries like the USA and Europe, with a greater focus on the healthcare sector, but fewer emerging market shares and energy sector exposure.

The ETFs used in the Sustainable Portfolios have higher ETF fees but similar expected long term returns and risk.

How do I switch my Stockspot Portfolio into a Sustainable Portfolio?

In the Portfolio Settings tab of your Stockspot Dashboard. Please keep in mind that changing your portfolio may lead to capital gains, so we recommend that you first seek taxation advice.

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