Among individual stocks, Tesla, Nio, and Riot Block are the top three best-selling stocks in the US by Indians, Winvesta’s report finds. According to the study, ‘Technology’ shares continue to be preferred by the majority of Indians, followed by the ‘Electric Vehicles’ and the ‘Block chain’.
The practice of investing that takes place is also selective in the area of global investment. Fintech platform data Winvesta shows that 25 percent of investors on its platform are invested in exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
In its ‘Winvesta Investor Pulse Report’ report, fintech company that provides Indians with an overseas investment platform, states that most investors have already been exposed to the QQQ (Nasdaq 100) ETF, followed by the VTI (Vanguard Total Stock Market Index), ARKG (ARK Genomic Revolution), SPY (S & P500), and ARKK (ARK Innovation) for Regional ETFs. American deposit receipts (ADRs) make up about 10 percent of the investment in its platform.
ETFs hold about 14 percent of the total assets under management (AUM) in Winvesta. “AUM in ETFs has grown by 250 percent in the last six months, while AUM in stock has grown by more than 400 percent,” said Prateek Jain, founder of Co-Winvesta.
“We have seen that ETF investments are very popular with mature investors. 85% of ETF AUMs on our platform are owned by investors aged 35+,” he adds.
The ticket size of the ETF investment rate is approximately $ 700 or Rs 50,000.
The fintech platform informs investors about the entry point for American stock investment through blogs. They have 900-plus US ETFs flowers for Indian investors.
Investors who are unfamiliar with individual stocks in the US market but who are interested in investing in themes can use ETFs. Investors who want to be exposed to a particular field, or geography should also look at an investment ETF. Winvesta has an available Fintech (FINX) ETF, Robotics (BOTZ), UK (EWU), Brazil (EWZ), S&P 500 (SPY), and US Bonds (AGG), etc. give investors a great choice, “Jain said.