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Bitcoin 101: What Does HODL Mean?

‘HODL,’ a term now central to the crypto world, began as a simple misspelling of ‘HOLD’ by a user named ‘GameKyuubi’ in a 2013 Bitcoin forum post titled ‘I AM HODLING.’ This playful error has since evolved into a widely recognized acronym for ‘Hold on for Dear Life,’ symbolizing a ‘buy and hold’ investment philosophy….

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The Investment Case for Bitcoin

Bitcoin’s Limited Supply Creates Scarcity and May Increase Its Value Over Time. There will only ever be 21 million bitcoin in existence. This supply cap was designed intentionally and is one of the primary characteristics of bitcoin. Furthermore, bitcoin has “halvings” programmed into it. A halving is defined as a 50% block reward cut to…

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HODL – VanEck Bitcoin Trust Factsheet

A Regulated Approach to Bitcoin Exposure. The Trust’s investment objective is to reflect the performance of the price of bitcoin less the expenses of the Trust’s operations. The Trust is a passive investment vehicle that does not seek to generate returns beyond tracking the price of bitcoin. HODL – VanEck Bitcoin Trust Factsheet

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EFUT ETF: Question & Answer

As Ethereum (Ether) adoption has grown, so has investor demand for access via a more traditional wrapper, such as an ETF. We answer frequently asked questions about investing in ether futures. Since its release in 2015, ether adoption has grown exponentially, with hundreds of millions of owners, and access provided by mainstream investment firms and…

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2023 Estimated Year-End Capital Gain Distributions

We are pleased to provide the following information which summarizes the 2023 estimated year-end capital gain distributions for the VanEck ETFs. Please note that these year-end estimates were made as of October 31, 2023 based upon best information available and may be subject to significant change based on a number of factors, including changes in…

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2023 Estimated Year-End Distributions – VanEck Funds

We are pleased to provide the following information which summarizes the 2023 estimated year-end dividends and capital gain distributions for all of the VanEck Funds. Please note that these year-end estimates were made as of November 14, 2023 and may be subject to significant change based on a number of factors, including changes in the…

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Moat Investing Rises Above Magnificent Seven Dominance

Once again, September lived up to its historical standing as the worst month of the year for markets, with U.S. equities seeing one of their biggest monthly pullbacks of 2023. Investors faced a long list of worries during the month, including a more hawkish than expected tone from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, soaring oil…

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No Energy Transition without Green Metals

The energy transition offers potentially exciting and unprecedented investment opportunities that may be historic in terms of both the impact on the global economy and potential returns. However, we firmly believe that there will be no successful energy transition without successful development of green metals and minerals. Investments across several green commodities and those companies engaged…

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BDCs: The Liquid Alternative to Private Credit

In the ever-evolving financial landscape, investors are constantly seeking innovative ways to diversify their portfolios and achieve optimal returns. Over the last decade, private equity and credit strategies have surged in popularity due to their unique return and yield potential. However, these typically come with the trade-off of reduced liquidity due to lockup periods. Recently,…

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A Resurgence of Nuclear Energy?

As of 2022, nuclear power was responsible for 9% of global electricity generation and nearly 25% of global, low-carbon electricity generation.1 Per the International Energy Agency (IEA), in the last 50 years, nuclear energy has averted over 60 gigatonnes of CO2 emissions—approximately equal to two years’ worth of total energy-related emissions worldwide.2 Nuclear energy’s consistent power output…

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