It is yet to be seen whether inflation is driven by transitory factors related to the pandemic, as the Federal Reserve says, or whether we are witnessing a historic shift.
Today’s trade alert focuses on an interesting hedge option that you may not have considered. Broad exposure makes this investment a wise choice for those looking to cut back on volatility seen in other hedges.
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Popular inflation hedges include gold, real estate, commodities, natural resource stocks, and Treasury inflation-protected securities (TIPS). Stocks with strong pricing power also tend to perform well during periods of rising inflation.
Horizon Kinetics’ first ETF launch, The Horizon Kinetics Inflation Beneficiaries ETF (INFL), was released in January of this year. It’s an actively managed fund seeking long-term capital growth in inflation-adjusted terms from companies expected to benefit, directly or indirectly, from inflation. Typically, the fund seeks out inflation beneficiaries that can increase revenue without a corresponding increase in expenses in an inflationary environment.
The fund has exposure to global companies expected to be inflation beneficiaries such as exploration and production companies, transportation companies, mining companies, infrastructure, and real estate companies with a focus on asset-light businesses with royalty, streaming, rental, brokerage management, and leasing exposure. The actively managed fund’s portfolio includes common stocks, ownership units of publicly traded MLPs, as well as royalty trusts.
As far as inflation solutions go, INFL is a decent choice because it offers the option to cast a wide net over a trough of hedges, which most likely makes it less subject to volatility than an investment in a singular hedge option.
The Horizon Kinetics Inflation Beneficiaries ETF (INFL)
- Weighted Average Market Cap $21.42B
- Price / Earnings Ratio 33.82
- Price / Book Ratio 2.95
- 3 month return 2.94%
- Yield 1.68%
- Expense Ratio 0.85%
- Net Assets 631.17M
- Number of Holdings 37
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