Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF

ISIN IE00BLRPRQ96

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Ticker PAYG

TER
0.45% p.a.
Distribution policy
Accumulating
Replication
Full replication
Fund size
8 m
Holdings
62
 

Overview

Description

The Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF seeks to track the Foxberry Digital Payments Economy index. The Foxberry Digital Payments Economy index tracks companies from around the world that are engaged in the digital payments industry.
 
The ETF's TER (total expense ratio) amounts to 0.45% p.a.. The Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF is the only ETF that tracks the Foxberry Digital Payments Economy index. The ETF replicates the performance of the underlying index by full replication (buying all the index constituents). The dividends in the ETF are accumulated and reinvested in the ETF.
 
The Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF is a very small ETF with 8m GBP assets under management. The ETF was launched on 5 November 2021 and is domiciled in Ireland.
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Basics

Data

Index
Foxberry Digital Payments Economy
Investment focus
Equity, World, Technology
Fund size
GBP 8 m
Total expense ratio
0.45% p.a.
Replication Physical (Full replication)
Legal structure ETF
Strategy risk Long-only
Sustainability Yes
Fund currency USD
Currency risk Currency unhedged
Volatility 1 year (in GBP)
18.36%
Inception/ Listing Date 5 November 2021
Distribution policy Accumulating
Distribution frequency -
Fund domicile Ireland
Fund Provider ARK Invest International
Germany Unknown
Switzerland ESTV Reporting
Austria Tax Reporting Fund
UK UK Reporting
Indextype -
Swap counterparty -
Collateral manager
Securities lending No
Securities lending counterparty

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Holdings

Below you find information about the composition of the Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF.

Top 10 Holdings

Weight of top 10 holdings
out of 62
25.06%
Coinbase Global
3.32%
Toast
2.98%
Repay Holdings
2.58%
Nu Holdings
2.57%
Adyen
2.55%
Q2 Holdings
2.27%
Block
2.25%
Mastercard
2.21%
American Express
2.18%
PayPal Holdings
2.15%

Countries

United States
61.57%
Japan
7.97%
Brazil
5.31%
Canada
2.82%
Other
22.33%
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Sectors

Technology
77.03%
Financials
20.53%
Consumer Discretionary
0.98%
Other
1.46%
As of 25/04/2024

Performance

Returns overview

YTD -6.12%
1 month -5.80%
3 months -10.39%
6 months -4.17%
1 year +6.98%
3 years -
5 years -
Since inception (MAX) -26.40%
2023 +15.29%
2022 -24.11%
2021 -
2020 -

Monthly returns in a heat map

Risk

Risk metrics in this section:
 
  • Volatility, annualised, measured for 1, 3 and 5 year periods. The annualised volatility reflects the degree of price fluctuations during a one year period. The higher the volatility, the more significantly the price of the asset (stock, ETF, etc.) has changed in the past. Assets with higher volatility are generally considered more risky. We calculate the volatility based on the data for the past 1, 3 and 5 years so that you can see if price fluctuations for the ETF became stronger or weaker over time.
  • Return per risk for 1, 3 and 5 year periods. This is the annualised (i.e. converted to a one year period) past return divided by the past annualised volatility. The metric puts the historical return of an asset in relation to its historical risk and gives you a retrospective indication of the degree of price fluctuation you had to bear with in order to obtain the return. We calculate this parameter for 1, 3 and 5 year periods to display its evolution over time.
  • Maximum drawdown for a period. This shows the worst possible loss an investor could have suffered during the respective period, by first buying and subsequently selling the asset at the least favourable prices. For example, if there was the following sequence of daily ETF prices: 10€, 5€, 12€, 20€, an investor would have suffered the worst loss by buying for 10€ and subsequently selling for 5€. Therefore in this case the maximum drawdown would be (5€ - 10€)/10€ = -50%.
ETF returns include dividend payments (if applicable).
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Risk overview

Volatility 1 year 18.36%
Volatility 3 years -
Volatility 5 years -
Return per risk 1 year 0.38
Return per risk 3 years -
Return per risk 5 years -
Maximum drawdown 1 year -16.85%
Maximum drawdown 3 years -
Maximum drawdown 5 years -
Maximum drawdown since inception -38.62%

Rolling 1 year volatility

Stock exchange

Listings

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Reuters RIC /
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Market Maker
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XETRA EUR PMNT -
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gettex EUR PMNT -
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London Stock Exchange GBX PAYG PAYG LN

London Stock Exchange USD PMNT PMNT LN

London Stock Exchange GBP PAYG PAYG LN

SIX Swiss Exchange CHF PMNT

Further information

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iShares Digitalisation UCITS ETF 866 0.40% p.a. Accumulating Sampling
Amundi MSCI Digital Economy and Metaverse ESG Screened UCITS ETF Acc 208 0.45% p.a. Accumulating Full replication
Xtrackers MSCI Next Generation Internet Innovation UCITS ETF 1C 21 0.30% p.a. Accumulating Full replication
HANetf Digital Infrastructure and Connectivity UCITS ETF 18 0.69% p.a. Accumulating Full replication
L&G Digital Payments UCITS ETF 10 0.49% p.a. Accumulating Full replication

Frequently asked questions

What is the name of PAYG?

The name of PAYG is Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF.

What is the ticker of Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF?

The primary ticker of Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF is PAYG.

What is the ISIN of Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF?

The ISIN of Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF is IE00BLRPRQ96.

What are the costs of Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF?

The total expense ratio (TER) of Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF amounts to 0.45% p.a.. These costs are withdrawn continuously from the fund assets and already included in the performance of the ETF. You don't have to pay them separately. Please have a look at our article for more information about the cost of ETFs.

Is Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF paying dividends?

Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF is an accumulating ETF. This means that dividends are not distributed to investors. Instead, dividends are reinvested in the fund on the ex-date, which leads to an increase of the ETF's share price.

What's the fund size of Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF?

The fund size of Rize Digital Payments Economy UCITS ETF is 8m GBP. See the following article for more information about the size of ETFs.

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