DuraWealth Next Generation – Shift to Resource Efficiency & Green Economies

  • The DW Global Resource Efficiency Portfolio gives a direct access to a powerful index-based Secular Growth Equity Strategy via a Tracker Certificate (AMC) / Exchange-Traded Product (ETP, symbol: DAFZJB). This Strategy contains 30 stocks offering new technologies with big resource savings and efficiency gains.
  • Selected Secular Growth companies reflect structural shift to Resource Efficiency & Green Economies that enjoy double-digit annual growth prospects while ensuring resources and well-being for next generations.
  • The © DW Global Resource Efficiency Index Portfolio is calculated daily since June 2013 (Bloomberg code DWREUTR Index) in cooperation with Standard & Poor’s Dow Jones. Since December 2017, the ETP replicates this Portfolio, click below on More details.

Investing in the future, today

The technology, demographic, climate shifts and finite resources profoundly impact our society and offer attractive investment options.

Greater resource competition Building a Resilient Society (PDF), Tectonic shift to Resource Efficiency & Green Economies (PDF)

The strategy «Resource Efficiency» stems from an unsustainable demand for natural resources. This strategy is driven by the growing population (to 8.5 billion in 2030), urbanisation and digitization on the demand side, as well as by a limited and declining supply of resources on the supply side.

Superior market growth with positive impact Smart Cities (PDF)

Presently, 2 billion people live without access to electricity or clean water. The IT and industrial technology enable to increase the productivity up to tenfold, reduce pollution and to build smart cities and agriculture. The material and energy savings of 20% to 30% compared to 2015 levels, savings of 25 billion barrels of oil and of 330 trillion litres of water can be obtained by 2030 (Source: WRI, UNO).

The markets for eco-efficient technologies grow over 8% -12% annually i.e. over four times above the expected annual global economic growth rates. These markets are set to exceed USD 7 Trillion by 2025 (source: OECD, IEA, McKinsey).