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Are you considering investing in GAFAM stocks? We’ll examine why some investors like GAFAM stocks and how they use them to navigate the tech sector. Throughout their history, GAFAM stocks have weathered varied market conditions, making them a potentially attractive addition to investment portfolios If you are interested in long-term or short-term investment strategies, you might consider investing in GAFAM stocks. We’ll explain why these industry leaders are worthy of your consideration.

Topic: Technology , GAFAM

Publication Type: ETP and Industry

GAFAM Stocks

March 17, 2021 | GraniteShares
Are you considering investing in GAFAM stocks? We’ll examine why some investors like GAFAM stocks and how they use them to navigate the tech sector. Throughout their history, GAFAM stocks have weathered varied market conditions, making them a potentially attractive addition to investment portfolios If you are interested in long-term or short-term investment strategies, you might consider investing in GAFAM stocks. We’ll explain why these industry leaders are worthy of your consideration.

Have you heard of FAANG or GAFAM but aren’t sure what FATANG means? In this article, we’ll examine why some investors prefer FATANG stocks and how investors use these stocks in their portfolios. Throughout their history, FATANG stocks have weathered varied market conditions, making them a potentially attractive addition to investment portfolios. If you are interested in long-term or short-term investment strategies, you might consider investing in FATANG stocks. We’ll explain why these industry leaders are worthy of your consideration.

Topic: Technology , FATANG

Publication Type: ETP and Industry

FATANG Stocks

March 17, 2021 | GraniteShares
Have you heard of FAANG or GAFAM but aren’t sure what FATANG means? In this article, we’ll examine why some investors prefer FATANG stocks and how investors use these stocks in their portfolios. Throughout their history, FATANG stocks have weathered varied market conditions, making them a potentially attractive addition to investment portfolios. If you are interested in long-term or short-term investment strategies, you might consider investing in FATANG stocks. We’ll explain why these industry leaders are worthy of your consideration.

FAANG is an acronym of five internationally-famous technology giants based in the United States: Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google (now Alphabet). Not only are FAANG companies easily recognized and household names, but because they make up such a large portion of the stock market, they can impact the market as a whole. Therefore, it would be an excellent opportunity to learn more about these companies. Read on to learn more about the FAANG group that makes up for a good portion of the S&P 500 market, what they do, how to invest in them, and whether they’re a good investment to make in the first place.

Topic: Technology , FAANG

Publication Type: ETP and Industry

What Is FAANG? [Stock & ETF Overview]

March 10, 2021 | GraniteShares
FAANG is an acronym of five internationally-famous technology giants based in the United States: Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google (now Alphabet). Not only are FAANG companies easily recognized and household names, but because they make up such a large portion of the stock market, they can impact the market as a whole. Therefore, it would be an excellent opportunity to learn more about these companies. Read on to learn more about the FAANG group that makes up for a good portion of the S&P 500 market, what they do, how to invest in them, and whether they’re a good investment to make in the first place.

In the world of finance, FANG is an acronym that refers to four American-based technology giants. Companies in this group contain Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX), and Google (GOOG)—after this acronym was born, Google restructured to Alphabet Inc. in 2015; however, the acronym remains the same. FANG stocks are all known for tremendous growth in their respective industries. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about FANG stocks; what each company of this group produces, if their stocks are overvalued, and reasons for investing.

Topic: FAANG , GAFAM , FATANG

Publication Type: ETP and Industry

What Are FANG Stocks? [Definition & FAQ]

March 08, 2021 | GraniteShares
In the world of finance, FANG is an acronym that refers to four American-based technology giants. Companies in this group contain Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX), and Google (GOOG)—after this acronym was born, Google restructured to Alphabet Inc. in 2015; however, the acronym remains the same. FANG stocks are all known for tremendous growth in their respective industries. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about FANG stocks; what each company of this group produces, if their stocks are overvalued, and reasons for investing.

Exchange traded products (ETPs) are investments that provide exposure to different asset classes such as equities, fixed income, commodities and foreign exchange. They are mostly passively managed, tracking an index or another underlying benchmark. ETPs are traded on stock exchanges such as London Stock Exchange. They trade and settle like shares in the market and provide continuous liquidity during market hours. Are you thinking about investing in ETPs? GraniteShares offers a wide range of short and leveraged single stock ETPs for sophisticated investors!

Topic: Telecoms , Financials , Basic Materials , Energy , Healthcare , Industrials , Consumer Staples , Technology

Publication Type: ETP and Industry , Single stock research

Everything You Need to Know About ETPs

December 16, 2020 | GraniteShares
Exchange traded products (ETPs) are investments that provide exposure to different asset classes such as equities, fixed income, commodities and foreign exchange. They are mostly passively managed, tracking an index or another underlying benchmark. ETPs are traded on stock exchanges such as London Stock Exchange. They trade and settle like shares in the market and provide continuous liquidity during market hours. Are you thinking about investing in ETPs? GraniteShares offers a wide range of short and leveraged single stock ETPs for sophisticated investors!

In this article, we focus on investing in the FTSE 100, the UK index of blue chip stocks, by providing you with information about what it is, how to invest in it, the risks and the benefits, and also ways that sophisticated investors can act tactically around stocks in the index. GraniteShares is focused on delivering innovative and cutting edge investment solutions for sophisticated investors.

Topic: Financials

Publication Type: Investment Cases , Investments

How to Invest in FTSE 100 in the United Kingdom

December 15, 2020 | GraniteShares
In this article, we focus on investing in the FTSE 100, the UK index of blue chip stocks, by providing you with information about what it is, how to invest in it, the risks and the benefits, and also ways that sophisticated investors can act tactically around stocks in the index. GraniteShares is focused on delivering innovative and cutting edge investment solutions for sophisticated investors.

In this blog, we consider how investors can take exposure to property as an asset class by investing in either open-ended or closed-end funds. It is likely that physically-owned property is one of the biggest single investments that many investors will make, indeed there are some who will have additional exposure through the ownership of rental properties and/or second homes. We are not going to look at direct property purchases, which typically involves taking on some form of borrowing via a mortgage, possibly the most common way individuals make use of leverage in their lives.

Topic: Basic Materials

Publication Type: Investment Cases , Investments

How to Invest in Real Estate

October 13, 2020 | GraniteShares
In this blog, we consider how investors can take exposure to property as an asset class by investing in either open-ended or closed-end funds. It is likely that physically-owned property is one of the biggest single investments that many investors will make, indeed there are some who will have additional exposure through the ownership of rental properties and/or second homes. We are not going to look at direct property purchases, which typically involves taking on some form of borrowing via a mortgage, possibly the most common way individuals make use of leverage in their lives.

In this blog, we look at gold and how investors can access it through Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and Exchange Traded Commodities (ETCs) to include in their investment portfolios. The reason why gold holds appeal for investors is that is a store of value that can provide protection both against inflation and also as a diversifier in a portfolio made up of equities and bonds. In an environment when inflation has been at historically low levels, it is generally for this latter reason that investors will look to include gold in a portfolio.

Topic: Gold

Publication Type: Investment Cases , Investments

How to Invest in Gold

October 05, 2020 | GraniteShares
In this blog, we look at gold and how investors can access it through Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and Exchange Traded Commodities (ETCs) to include in their investment portfolios. The reason why gold holds appeal for investors is that is a store of value that can provide protection both against inflation and also as a diversifier in a portfolio made up of equities and bonds. In an environment when inflation has been at historically low levels, it is generally for this latter reason that investors will look to include gold in a portfolio.

Exchange traded products (ETPs) are investments that provide exposure to different asset classes such as equities, fixed income, commodities and foreign exchange. They are mostly passively managed, tracking an index or another underlying benchmark. ETPs are traded on stock exchanges such as London Stock Exchange. They trade and settle like shares in the market and provide continuous liquidity during market hours. Are you thinking about investing in ETPs? GraniteShares offers a wide range of short and leveraged single stock ETPs for sophisticated investors!

Topic: Telecoms , Financials , Basic Materials , Energy , Healthcare , Industrials , Consumer Staples , Technology

Publication Type: ETP and Industry , Single stock research

Everything You Need to Know About ETPs

December 16, 2020 | GraniteShares
Exchange traded products (ETPs) are investments that provide exposure to different asset classes such as equities, fixed income, commodities and foreign exchange. They are mostly passively managed, tracking an index or another underlying benchmark. ETPs are traded on stock exchanges such as London Stock Exchange. They trade and settle like shares in the market and provide continuous liquidity during market hours. Are you thinking about investing in ETPs? GraniteShares offers a wide range of short and leveraged single stock ETPs for sophisticated investors!

Another volatile week, this time with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Indexes ending higher and closing the week at record highs. The Nasdaq Composite Index, down almost 2% through Thursday, finished the week down 0.6%. Higher Monday on easing longer-term U.S. Treasury rates, U.S. stock markets dropped Tuesday and Wednesday following Treasury Secretary Yellen’s and Fed Chair Powell’s testimony before Congress, a much weaker-than-expected durable goods report and on global growth concerns spurred by renewed restrictions in Europe. Treasury Secretary Yellen’s comments suggesting the need for higher taxes and Fed Chair Powell’s caution regarding the pace of economic recovery may have helped move markets lower Tuesday and Wednesday. Lower-than-expected jobless claims, a revision higher to 4th quarter GDP and perhaps recovering oil prices moved stocks higher on Thursday and Friday, with major indexes rallying into the close on both days. 10-year U.S. Treasury rates, lower by 11bps through Wednesday, moved higher by almost 7bps the remainder of the week with most of that increase occurring Friday. For the week, the S&P 500 Index increased 1.6% to 3,974.54, the Dow Jones Industrial Average increased 1.4% to 33,072.88, the Nasdaq Composite Index decreased 0.6% to 13,138.74, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate decreased 4bps to 1.69% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) strengthened 0.9%.

Topic: Telecoms , Financials , Basic Materials , Energy , Healthcare , Industrials , Consumer Staples , Technology

Publication Type: Market Commentaries

The Long and Short of it, week ending 26 Mar 2021

March 30, 2021 | GraniteShares
Another volatile week, this time with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Indexes ending higher and closing the week at record highs. The Nasdaq Composite Index, down almost 2% through Thursday, finished the week down 0.6%. Higher Monday on easing longer-term U.S. Treasury rates, U.S. stock markets dropped Tuesday and Wednesday following Treasury Secretary Yellen’s and Fed Chair Powell’s testimony before Congress, a much weaker-than-expected durable goods report and on global growth concerns spurred by renewed restrictions in Europe. Treasury Secretary Yellen’s comments suggesting the need for higher taxes and Fed Chair Powell’s caution regarding the pace of economic recovery may have helped move markets lower Tuesday and Wednesday. Lower-than-expected jobless claims, a revision higher to 4th quarter GDP and perhaps recovering oil prices moved stocks higher on Thursday and Friday, with major indexes rallying into the close on both days. 10-year U.S. Treasury rates, lower by 11bps through Wednesday, moved higher by almost 7bps the remainder of the week with most of that increase occurring Friday. For the week, the S&P 500 Index increased 1.6% to 3,974.54, the Dow Jones Industrial Average increased 1.4% to 33,072.88, the Nasdaq Composite Index decreased 0.6% to 13,138.74, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate decreased 4bps to 1.69% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) strengthened 0.9%.

A somewhat volatile week for with U.S. stock markets reacting to Wednesday’s FOMC announcement and Chairman Powell’s comments and then to rising longer-term U.S. Treasury rates. Higher through Wednesday with all three major U.S. stock indexes reacting positively to the Fed’s decision to continue unchanged its accommodative monetary policy (ie, zero Fed Funds rate and no change to its Treasury and mortgage-backed securities buyback program), markets reversed course on Thursday as 10-year U.S. Treasury rates rose above 1.7%, a level not seen since before the pandemic. The Nasdaq Composite Index fared the worst, falling 3% on Thursday while the S&P 500 Index decreased 1.5% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost less than ½ percent. The U.S. dollar also experienced some volatility weakening ½ percent after the FOMC announcement and then strengthening ½ percent after the rise in longer-term Treasury rates on Thursday. At week’s end the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite Index decreased 0.8% to 3,913.10 and 13,215.24, respectively, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.5% to 36,267.97, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rateincreased 10bps to 1.73% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) strengthened 0.3%.

Topic: Telecoms , Financials , Basic Materials , Energy , Healthcare , Industrials , Consumer Staples , Technology

Publication Type: Market Commentaries

The Long and Short of it, week ending 19 Mar 2021

March 23, 2021 | GraniteShares
A somewhat volatile week for with U.S. stock markets reacting to Wednesday’s FOMC announcement and Chairman Powell’s comments and then to rising longer-term U.S. Treasury rates. Higher through Wednesday with all three major U.S. stock indexes reacting positively to the Fed’s decision to continue unchanged its accommodative monetary policy (ie, zero Fed Funds rate and no change to its Treasury and mortgage-backed securities buyback program), markets reversed course on Thursday as 10-year U.S. Treasury rates rose above 1.7%, a level not seen since before the pandemic. The Nasdaq Composite Index fared the worst, falling 3% on Thursday while the S&P 500 Index decreased 1.5% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost less than ½ percent. The U.S. dollar also experienced some volatility weakening ½ percent after the FOMC announcement and then strengthening ½ percent after the rise in longer-term Treasury rates on Thursday. At week’s end the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite Index decreased 0.8% to 3,913.10 and 13,215.24, respectively, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.5% to 36,267.97, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rateincreased 10bps to 1.73% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) strengthened 0.3%.

U.S stock markets moved higher last week with the Dow Jones Industrial average continuing to outperform the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite Indexes. Declining U.S. Treasury rates, a muted CPI release, lower-than-expected jobless claims, increasing consumer sentiment and passage and signing into law of the $1.9 trillion stimulus package all worked to move stock prices higher. 10-year U.S. Treasury rates jumped 9bps higher Friday to close over 1.63% causing some retracement of gains in the Nasdaq Compositie Index while the Dow Jones Industrial Average moved oppositely, gaining almost 1% and the S&P 500 Index was almost unchanged (the increase in rates may be partly attributable to increasing “risk-on” sentiment causing yields to rise and the U.S. dollar to weaken). At week’s end the S&P 500 Index increased 2.6% to 3,943.34, the Nasdaq Composite Index increased 3.1% to 13,319.86, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 4.1% to 32,778.64, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate increased 6bps to 1.63% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) weakened 0.3%

Topic: Telecoms , Financials , Basic Materials , Energy , Healthcare , Industrials , Consumer Staples , Technology

Publication Type: Market Commentaries

The Long and Short of it, week ending 12 Mar 2021

March 16, 2021 | GraniteShares
U.S stock markets moved higher last week with the Dow Jones Industrial average continuing to outperform the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite Indexes. Declining U.S. Treasury rates, a muted CPI release, lower-than-expected jobless claims, increasing consumer sentiment and passage and signing into law of the $1.9 trillion stimulus package all worked to move stock prices higher. 10-year U.S. Treasury rates jumped 9bps higher Friday to close over 1.63% causing some retracement of gains in the Nasdaq Compositie Index while the Dow Jones Industrial Average moved oppositely, gaining almost 1% and the S&P 500 Index was almost unchanged (the increase in rates may be partly attributable to increasing “risk-on” sentiment causing yields to rise and the U.S. dollar to weaken). At week’s end the S&P 500 Index increased 2.6% to 3,943.34, the Nasdaq Composite Index increased 3.1% to 13,319.86, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 4.1% to 32,778.64, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate increased 6bps to 1.63% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) weakened 0.3%

Another volatile week for U.S. equity markets as investors struggled with strong economic data, decreasing Covid-19 infections, increasing vaccinations and rising interest rates. Tech stocks continued to fare the worst, suffering most from concerns over rising rates, with the Nasdaq Composite Index decreasing last week while the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Indexes increased. House passage of the $1.9 trillion stimulus package, approval of J&J’s Covid-19 vaccination and stable 10-year Treasury rates powered all three indexes 2% to 3% higher on Monday only to see those gains swept away by increased uncertainty and concerns from a resumption of rising longer-term U.S. Treasury rates spurred by stronger-than-exepected economic reports and status-quo comments by Fed Chairman Powell. All three indexes rallied on Friday after initially falling as 10-year Treasury rates spiked then fell to unchanged on the day following the much betterthan-expected release of the Employment Situation report. The U.S. dollar strengthened last week, reflecting continued market uncertainty with stock market levels. At week’s end the S&P 500 Index increased 0.8% to 3,841.94 the Nasdaq Composite Index fell 2.1% to 12,920.15, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1.8% to 31,496.30, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate increased 15bps to 1.57% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) strengthened 1.2%.

Topic: Telecoms , Financials , Basic Materials , Energy , Healthcare , Industrials , Consumer Staples , Technology

Publication Type: Market Commentaries

The Long and Short of it, week ending 05 Mar 2021

March 07, 2021 | GraniteShares
Another volatile week for U.S. equity markets as investors struggled with strong economic data, decreasing Covid-19 infections, increasing vaccinations and rising interest rates. Tech stocks continued to fare the worst, suffering most from concerns over rising rates, with the Nasdaq Composite Index decreasing last week while the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Indexes increased. House passage of the $1.9 trillion stimulus package, approval of J&J’s Covid-19 vaccination and stable 10-year Treasury rates powered all three indexes 2% to 3% higher on Monday only to see those gains swept away by increased uncertainty and concerns from a resumption of rising longer-term U.S. Treasury rates spurred by stronger-than-exepected economic reports and status-quo comments by Fed Chairman Powell. All three indexes rallied on Friday after initially falling as 10-year Treasury rates spiked then fell to unchanged on the day following the much betterthan-expected release of the Employment Situation report. The U.S. dollar strengthened last week, reflecting continued market uncertainty with stock market levels. At week’s end the S&P 500 Index increased 0.8% to 3,841.94 the Nasdaq Composite Index fell 2.1% to 12,920.15, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1.8% to 31,496.30, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate increased 15bps to 1.57% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) strengthened 1.2%.

U.S. stock markets moved higher once again last week with both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite Indexes again reaching record highs. Stock markets were buoyed by increasing expectations of passage of a $1.9 trillion stimulus package, strong corporate earnings reports, a rallying energy sector propelled by higher oil prices and positive news regarding vaccine availability. Fed Chairman Powell’s comments on Wednesday stating the economy was still struggling and in need of more than accomodative monetary policy helped weaken the U.S. dollar and push 10-year U.S. Treasury rates higher. At week’s end the S&P 500 Index increased 1.2% to 3,934.83, the Nasdaq Composite Index rose 1.7% to 14,095.47, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate increased 4bps to 1.21% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) weakened 0.6%.

Topic: Telecoms , Financials , Basic Materials , Energy , Healthcare , Industrials , Consumer Staples , Technology

Publication Type: Market Commentaries

The Long and Short of it, week ending 12 Feb 2021

February 16, 2021 | GraniteShares
U.S. stock markets moved higher once again last week with both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite Indexes again reaching record highs. Stock markets were buoyed by increasing expectations of passage of a $1.9 trillion stimulus package, strong corporate earnings reports, a rallying energy sector propelled by higher oil prices and positive news regarding vaccine availability. Fed Chairman Powell’s comments on Wednesday stating the economy was still struggling and in need of more than accomodative monetary policy helped weaken the U.S. dollar and push 10-year U.S. Treasury rates higher. At week’s end the S&P 500 Index increased 1.2% to 3,934.83, the Nasdaq Composite Index rose 1.7% to 14,095.47, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate increased 4bps to 1.21% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) weakened 0.6%.

THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

Topic: Basic Materials

Publication Type: Regulatory News

GRANITESHARES FINANCIAL PLC (the “Issuer”) GRANITESHARES 3X SHORT RIO TINTO DAILY ETP SECURITIES (the “ETP Securities”) NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF MINIMUM REDEMPTION AMOUNT

January 05, 2021 | GraniteShares
THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

Topic: Basic Materials

Publication Type: Regulatory News

GRANITESHARES FINANCIAL PLC (the “Issuer”) GRANITESHARES 3X SHORT GLENCORE DAILY ETP SECURITIES (the “ETP Securities”) NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF MINIMUM REDEMPTION AMOUNT

January 05, 2021 | GraniteShares
THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

Topic: Technology

Publication Type: Regulatory News

GRANITESHARES FINANCIAL PLC (the “Issuer”) GRANITESHARES 3X SHORT TESLA DAILY ETP SECURITIES (the “ETP Securities”) NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF MINIMUM REDEMPTION AMOUNT (1)

January 05, 2021 | GraniteShares
THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

Topic: Basic Materials

Publication Type: Regulatory News

GRANITESHARES FINANCIAL PLC (the “Issuer”) GRANITESHARES 3X SHORT BARCLAYS DAILY ETP SECURITIES (the “ETP Securities”) NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF MINIMUM REDEMPTION AMOUNT

November 20, 2020 | GraniteShares
THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

Topic: Industrials

Publication Type: Regulatory News

GRANITESHARES FINANCIAL PLC (the “Issuer”) GRANITESHARES 3X SHORT NVIDIA DAILY ETP SECURITIES (the “ETP Securities”) NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF MINIMUM REDEMPTION AMOUNT

November 20, 2020 | GraniteShares
THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

Are you considering investing in GAFAM stocks? We’ll examine why some investors like GAFAM stocks and how they use them to navigate the tech sector. Throughout their history, GAFAM stocks have weathered varied market conditions, making them a potentially attractive addition to investment portfolios If you are interested in long-term or short-term investment strategies, you might consider investing in GAFAM stocks. We’ll explain why these industry leaders are worthy of your consideration.

Topic: Technology , GAFAM

Publication Type: ETP and Industry

GAFAM Stocks

March 17, 2021 | GraniteShares
Are you considering investing in GAFAM stocks? We’ll examine why some investors like GAFAM stocks and how they use them to navigate the tech sector. Throughout their history, GAFAM stocks have weathered varied market conditions, making them a potentially attractive addition to investment portfolios If you are interested in long-term or short-term investment strategies, you might consider investing in GAFAM stocks. We’ll explain why these industry leaders are worthy of your consideration.
Have you heard of FAANG or GAFAM but aren’t sure what FATANG means? In this article, we’ll examine why some investors prefer FATANG stocks and how investors use these stocks in their portfolios. Throughout their history, FATANG stocks have weathered varied market conditions, making them a potentially attractive addition to investment portfolios. If you are interested in long-term or short-term investment strategies, you might consider investing in FATANG stocks. We’ll explain why these industry leaders are worthy of your consideration.

Topic: Technology , FATANG

Publication Type: ETP and Industry

FATANG Stocks

March 17, 2021 | GraniteShares
Have you heard of FAANG or GAFAM but aren’t sure what FATANG means? In this article, we’ll examine why some investors prefer FATANG stocks and how investors use these stocks in their portfolios. Throughout their history, FATANG stocks have weathered varied market conditions, making them a potentially attractive addition to investment portfolios. If you are interested in long-term or short-term investment strategies, you might consider investing in FATANG stocks. We’ll explain why these industry leaders are worthy of your consideration.
FAANG is an acronym of five internationally-famous technology giants based in the United States: Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google (now Alphabet). Not only are FAANG companies easily recognized and household names, but because they make up such a large portion of the stock market, they can impact the market as a whole. Therefore, it would be an excellent opportunity to learn more about these companies. Read on to learn more about the FAANG group that makes up for a good portion of the S&P 500 market, what they do, how to invest in them, and whether they’re a good investment to make in the first place.

Topic: Technology , FAANG

Publication Type: ETP and Industry

What Is FAANG? [Stock & ETF Overview]

March 10, 2021 | GraniteShares
FAANG is an acronym of five internationally-famous technology giants based in the United States: Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google (now Alphabet). Not only are FAANG companies easily recognized and household names, but because they make up such a large portion of the stock market, they can impact the market as a whole. Therefore, it would be an excellent opportunity to learn more about these companies. Read on to learn more about the FAANG group that makes up for a good portion of the S&P 500 market, what they do, how to invest in them, and whether they’re a good investment to make in the first place.
In the world of finance, FANG is an acronym that refers to four American-based technology giants. Companies in this group contain Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX), and Google (GOOG)—after this acronym was born, Google restructured to Alphabet Inc. in 2015; however, the acronym remains the same. FANG stocks are all known for tremendous growth in their respective industries. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about FANG stocks; what each company of this group produces, if their stocks are overvalued, and reasons for investing.

Topic: FAANG , GAFAM , FATANG

Publication Type: ETP and Industry

What Are FANG Stocks? [Definition & FAQ]

March 08, 2021 | GraniteShares
In the world of finance, FANG is an acronym that refers to four American-based technology giants. Companies in this group contain Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX), and Google (GOOG)—after this acronym was born, Google restructured to Alphabet Inc. in 2015; however, the acronym remains the same. FANG stocks are all known for tremendous growth in their respective industries. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about FANG stocks; what each company of this group produces, if their stocks are overvalued, and reasons for investing.
Exchange traded products (ETPs) are investments that provide exposure to different asset classes such as equities, fixed income, commodities and foreign exchange. They are mostly passively managed, tracking an index or another underlying benchmark. ETPs are traded on stock exchanges such as London Stock Exchange. They trade and settle like shares in the market and provide continuous liquidity during market hours. Are you thinking about investing in ETPs? GraniteShares offers a wide range of short and leveraged single stock ETPs for sophisticated investors!

Topic: Telecoms , Financials , Basic Materials , Energy , Healthcare , Industrials , Consumer Staples , Technology

Publication Type: ETP and Industry , Single stock research

Everything You Need to Know About ETPs

December 16, 2020 | GraniteShares
Exchange traded products (ETPs) are investments that provide exposure to different asset classes such as equities, fixed income, commodities and foreign exchange. They are mostly passively managed, tracking an index or another underlying benchmark. ETPs are traded on stock exchanges such as London Stock Exchange. They trade and settle like shares in the market and provide continuous liquidity during market hours. Are you thinking about investing in ETPs? GraniteShares offers a wide range of short and leveraged single stock ETPs for sophisticated investors!

In this article, we focus on investing in the FTSE 100, the UK index of blue chip stocks, by providing you with information about what it is, how to invest in it, the risks and the benefits, and also ways that sophisticated investors can act tactically around stocks in the index. GraniteShares is focused on delivering innovative and cutting edge investment solutions for sophisticated investors.

Topic: Financials

Publication Type: Investment Cases , Investments

How to Invest in FTSE 100 in the United Kingdom

December 15, 2020 | GraniteShares
In this article, we focus on investing in the FTSE 100, the UK index of blue chip stocks, by providing you with information about what it is, how to invest in it, the risks and the benefits, and also ways that sophisticated investors can act tactically around stocks in the index. GraniteShares is focused on delivering innovative and cutting edge investment solutions for sophisticated investors.
In this blog, we consider how investors can take exposure to property as an asset class by investing in either open-ended or closed-end funds. It is likely that physically-owned property is one of the biggest single investments that many investors will make, indeed there are some who will have additional exposure through the ownership of rental properties and/or second homes. We are not going to look at direct property purchases, which typically involves taking on some form of borrowing via a mortgage, possibly the most common way individuals make use of leverage in their lives.

Topic: Basic Materials

Publication Type: Investment Cases , Investments

How to Invest in Real Estate

October 13, 2020 | GraniteShares
In this blog, we consider how investors can take exposure to property as an asset class by investing in either open-ended or closed-end funds. It is likely that physically-owned property is one of the biggest single investments that many investors will make, indeed there are some who will have additional exposure through the ownership of rental properties and/or second homes. We are not going to look at direct property purchases, which typically involves taking on some form of borrowing via a mortgage, possibly the most common way individuals make use of leverage in their lives.
In this blog, we look at gold and how investors can access it through Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and Exchange Traded Commodities (ETCs) to include in their investment portfolios. The reason why gold holds appeal for investors is that is a store of value that can provide protection both against inflation and also as a diversifier in a portfolio made up of equities and bonds. In an environment when inflation has been at historically low levels, it is generally for this latter reason that investors will look to include gold in a portfolio.

Topic: Gold

Publication Type: Investment Cases , Investments

How to Invest in Gold

October 05, 2020 | GraniteShares
In this blog, we look at gold and how investors can access it through Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and Exchange Traded Commodities (ETCs) to include in their investment portfolios. The reason why gold holds appeal for investors is that is a store of value that can provide protection both against inflation and also as a diversifier in a portfolio made up of equities and bonds. In an environment when inflation has been at historically low levels, it is generally for this latter reason that investors will look to include gold in a portfolio.

Exchange traded products (ETPs) are investments that provide exposure to different asset classes such as equities, fixed income, commodities and foreign exchange. They are mostly passively managed, tracking an index or another underlying benchmark. ETPs are traded on stock exchanges such as London Stock Exchange. They trade and settle like shares in the market and provide continuous liquidity during market hours. Are you thinking about investing in ETPs? GraniteShares offers a wide range of short and leveraged single stock ETPs for sophisticated investors!

Topic: Telecoms , Financials , Basic Materials , Energy , Healthcare , Industrials , Consumer Staples , Technology

Publication Type: ETP and Industry , Single stock research

Everything You Need to Know About ETPs

December 16, 2020 | GraniteShares
Exchange traded products (ETPs) are investments that provide exposure to different asset classes such as equities, fixed income, commodities and foreign exchange. They are mostly passively managed, tracking an index or another underlying benchmark. ETPs are traded on stock exchanges such as London Stock Exchange. They trade and settle like shares in the market and provide continuous liquidity during market hours. Are you thinking about investing in ETPs? GraniteShares offers a wide range of short and leveraged single stock ETPs for sophisticated investors!

Another volatile week, this time with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Indexes ending higher and closing the week at record highs. The Nasdaq Composite Index, down almost 2% through Thursday, finished the week down 0.6%. Higher Monday on easing longer-term U.S. Treasury rates, U.S. stock markets dropped Tuesday and Wednesday following Treasury Secretary Yellen’s and Fed Chair Powell’s testimony before Congress, a much weaker-than-expected durable goods report and on global growth concerns spurred by renewed restrictions in Europe. Treasury Secretary Yellen’s comments suggesting the need for higher taxes and Fed Chair Powell’s caution regarding the pace of economic recovery may have helped move markets lower Tuesday and Wednesday. Lower-than-expected jobless claims, a revision higher to 4th quarter GDP and perhaps recovering oil prices moved stocks higher on Thursday and Friday, with major indexes rallying into the close on both days. 10-year U.S. Treasury rates, lower by 11bps through Wednesday, moved higher by almost 7bps the remainder of the week with most of that increase occurring Friday. For the week, the S&P 500 Index increased 1.6% to 3,974.54, the Dow Jones Industrial Average increased 1.4% to 33,072.88, the Nasdaq Composite Index decreased 0.6% to 13,138.74, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate decreased 4bps to 1.69% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) strengthened 0.9%.

Topic: Telecoms , Financials , Basic Materials , Energy , Healthcare , Industrials , Consumer Staples , Technology

Publication Type: Market Commentaries

The Long and Short of it, week ending 26 Mar 2021

March 30, 2021 | GraniteShares
Another volatile week, this time with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Indexes ending higher and closing the week at record highs. The Nasdaq Composite Index, down almost 2% through Thursday, finished the week down 0.6%. Higher Monday on easing longer-term U.S. Treasury rates, U.S. stock markets dropped Tuesday and Wednesday following Treasury Secretary Yellen’s and Fed Chair Powell’s testimony before Congress, a much weaker-than-expected durable goods report and on global growth concerns spurred by renewed restrictions in Europe. Treasury Secretary Yellen’s comments suggesting the need for higher taxes and Fed Chair Powell’s caution regarding the pace of economic recovery may have helped move markets lower Tuesday and Wednesday. Lower-than-expected jobless claims, a revision higher to 4th quarter GDP and perhaps recovering oil prices moved stocks higher on Thursday and Friday, with major indexes rallying into the close on both days. 10-year U.S. Treasury rates, lower by 11bps through Wednesday, moved higher by almost 7bps the remainder of the week with most of that increase occurring Friday. For the week, the S&P 500 Index increased 1.6% to 3,974.54, the Dow Jones Industrial Average increased 1.4% to 33,072.88, the Nasdaq Composite Index decreased 0.6% to 13,138.74, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate decreased 4bps to 1.69% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) strengthened 0.9%.
A somewhat volatile week for with U.S. stock markets reacting to Wednesday’s FOMC announcement and Chairman Powell’s comments and then to rising longer-term U.S. Treasury rates. Higher through Wednesday with all three major U.S. stock indexes reacting positively to the Fed’s decision to continue unchanged its accommodative monetary policy (ie, zero Fed Funds rate and no change to its Treasury and mortgage-backed securities buyback program), markets reversed course on Thursday as 10-year U.S. Treasury rates rose above 1.7%, a level not seen since before the pandemic. The Nasdaq Composite Index fared the worst, falling 3% on Thursday while the S&P 500 Index decreased 1.5% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost less than ½ percent. The U.S. dollar also experienced some volatility weakening ½ percent after the FOMC announcement and then strengthening ½ percent after the rise in longer-term Treasury rates on Thursday. At week’s end the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite Index decreased 0.8% to 3,913.10 and 13,215.24, respectively, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.5% to 36,267.97, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rateincreased 10bps to 1.73% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) strengthened 0.3%.

Topic: Telecoms , Financials , Basic Materials , Energy , Healthcare , Industrials , Consumer Staples , Technology

Publication Type: Market Commentaries

The Long and Short of it, week ending 19 Mar 2021

March 23, 2021 | GraniteShares
A somewhat volatile week for with U.S. stock markets reacting to Wednesday’s FOMC announcement and Chairman Powell’s comments and then to rising longer-term U.S. Treasury rates. Higher through Wednesday with all three major U.S. stock indexes reacting positively to the Fed’s decision to continue unchanged its accommodative monetary policy (ie, zero Fed Funds rate and no change to its Treasury and mortgage-backed securities buyback program), markets reversed course on Thursday as 10-year U.S. Treasury rates rose above 1.7%, a level not seen since before the pandemic. The Nasdaq Composite Index fared the worst, falling 3% on Thursday while the S&P 500 Index decreased 1.5% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost less than ½ percent. The U.S. dollar also experienced some volatility weakening ½ percent after the FOMC announcement and then strengthening ½ percent after the rise in longer-term Treasury rates on Thursday. At week’s end the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite Index decreased 0.8% to 3,913.10 and 13,215.24, respectively, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.5% to 36,267.97, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rateincreased 10bps to 1.73% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) strengthened 0.3%.
U.S stock markets moved higher last week with the Dow Jones Industrial average continuing to outperform the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite Indexes. Declining U.S. Treasury rates, a muted CPI release, lower-than-expected jobless claims, increasing consumer sentiment and passage and signing into law of the $1.9 trillion stimulus package all worked to move stock prices higher. 10-year U.S. Treasury rates jumped 9bps higher Friday to close over 1.63% causing some retracement of gains in the Nasdaq Compositie Index while the Dow Jones Industrial Average moved oppositely, gaining almost 1% and the S&P 500 Index was almost unchanged (the increase in rates may be partly attributable to increasing “risk-on” sentiment causing yields to rise and the U.S. dollar to weaken). At week’s end the S&P 500 Index increased 2.6% to 3,943.34, the Nasdaq Composite Index increased 3.1% to 13,319.86, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 4.1% to 32,778.64, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate increased 6bps to 1.63% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) weakened 0.3%

Topic: Telecoms , Financials , Basic Materials , Energy , Healthcare , Industrials , Consumer Staples , Technology

Publication Type: Market Commentaries

The Long and Short of it, week ending 12 Mar 2021

March 16, 2021 | GraniteShares
U.S stock markets moved higher last week with the Dow Jones Industrial average continuing to outperform the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite Indexes. Declining U.S. Treasury rates, a muted CPI release, lower-than-expected jobless claims, increasing consumer sentiment and passage and signing into law of the $1.9 trillion stimulus package all worked to move stock prices higher. 10-year U.S. Treasury rates jumped 9bps higher Friday to close over 1.63% causing some retracement of gains in the Nasdaq Compositie Index while the Dow Jones Industrial Average moved oppositely, gaining almost 1% and the S&P 500 Index was almost unchanged (the increase in rates may be partly attributable to increasing “risk-on” sentiment causing yields to rise and the U.S. dollar to weaken). At week’s end the S&P 500 Index increased 2.6% to 3,943.34, the Nasdaq Composite Index increased 3.1% to 13,319.86, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 4.1% to 32,778.64, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate increased 6bps to 1.63% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) weakened 0.3%
Another volatile week for U.S. equity markets as investors struggled with strong economic data, decreasing Covid-19 infections, increasing vaccinations and rising interest rates. Tech stocks continued to fare the worst, suffering most from concerns over rising rates, with the Nasdaq Composite Index decreasing last week while the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Indexes increased. House passage of the $1.9 trillion stimulus package, approval of J&J’s Covid-19 vaccination and stable 10-year Treasury rates powered all three indexes 2% to 3% higher on Monday only to see those gains swept away by increased uncertainty and concerns from a resumption of rising longer-term U.S. Treasury rates spurred by stronger-than-exepected economic reports and status-quo comments by Fed Chairman Powell. All three indexes rallied on Friday after initially falling as 10-year Treasury rates spiked then fell to unchanged on the day following the much betterthan-expected release of the Employment Situation report. The U.S. dollar strengthened last week, reflecting continued market uncertainty with stock market levels. At week’s end the S&P 500 Index increased 0.8% to 3,841.94 the Nasdaq Composite Index fell 2.1% to 12,920.15, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1.8% to 31,496.30, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate increased 15bps to 1.57% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) strengthened 1.2%.

Topic: Telecoms , Financials , Basic Materials , Energy , Healthcare , Industrials , Consumer Staples , Technology

Publication Type: Market Commentaries

The Long and Short of it, week ending 05 Mar 2021

March 07, 2021 | GraniteShares
Another volatile week for U.S. equity markets as investors struggled with strong economic data, decreasing Covid-19 infections, increasing vaccinations and rising interest rates. Tech stocks continued to fare the worst, suffering most from concerns over rising rates, with the Nasdaq Composite Index decreasing last week while the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Indexes increased. House passage of the $1.9 trillion stimulus package, approval of J&J’s Covid-19 vaccination and stable 10-year Treasury rates powered all three indexes 2% to 3% higher on Monday only to see those gains swept away by increased uncertainty and concerns from a resumption of rising longer-term U.S. Treasury rates spurred by stronger-than-exepected economic reports and status-quo comments by Fed Chairman Powell. All three indexes rallied on Friday after initially falling as 10-year Treasury rates spiked then fell to unchanged on the day following the much betterthan-expected release of the Employment Situation report. The U.S. dollar strengthened last week, reflecting continued market uncertainty with stock market levels. At week’s end the S&P 500 Index increased 0.8% to 3,841.94 the Nasdaq Composite Index fell 2.1% to 12,920.15, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1.8% to 31,496.30, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate increased 15bps to 1.57% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) strengthened 1.2%.
U.S. stock markets moved higher once again last week with both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite Indexes again reaching record highs. Stock markets were buoyed by increasing expectations of passage of a $1.9 trillion stimulus package, strong corporate earnings reports, a rallying energy sector propelled by higher oil prices and positive news regarding vaccine availability. Fed Chairman Powell’s comments on Wednesday stating the economy was still struggling and in need of more than accomodative monetary policy helped weaken the U.S. dollar and push 10-year U.S. Treasury rates higher. At week’s end the S&P 500 Index increased 1.2% to 3,934.83, the Nasdaq Composite Index rose 1.7% to 14,095.47, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate increased 4bps to 1.21% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) weakened 0.6%.

Topic: Telecoms , Financials , Basic Materials , Energy , Healthcare , Industrials , Consumer Staples , Technology

Publication Type: Market Commentaries

The Long and Short of it, week ending 12 Feb 2021

February 16, 2021 | GraniteShares
U.S. stock markets moved higher once again last week with both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite Indexes again reaching record highs. Stock markets were buoyed by increasing expectations of passage of a $1.9 trillion stimulus package, strong corporate earnings reports, a rallying energy sector propelled by higher oil prices and positive news regarding vaccine availability. Fed Chairman Powell’s comments on Wednesday stating the economy was still struggling and in need of more than accomodative monetary policy helped weaken the U.S. dollar and push 10-year U.S. Treasury rates higher. At week’s end the S&P 500 Index increased 1.2% to 3,934.83, the Nasdaq Composite Index rose 1.7% to 14,095.47, the 10-year U.S. Treasury rate increased 4bps to 1.21% and the U.S. dollar (as measured by the ICE U.S. Dollar index - DXY) weakened 0.6%.

THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

Topic: Basic Materials

Publication Type: Regulatory News

GRANITESHARES FINANCIAL PLC (the “Issuer”) GRANITESHARES 3X SHORT RIO TINTO DAILY ETP SECURITIES (the “ETP Securities”) NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF MINIMUM REDEMPTION AMOUNT

January 05, 2021 | GraniteShares
THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.
THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

Topic: Basic Materials

Publication Type: Regulatory News

GRANITESHARES FINANCIAL PLC (the “Issuer”) GRANITESHARES 3X SHORT GLENCORE DAILY ETP SECURITIES (the “ETP Securities”) NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF MINIMUM REDEMPTION AMOUNT

January 05, 2021 | GraniteShares
THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.
THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

Topic: Technology

Publication Type: Regulatory News

GRANITESHARES FINANCIAL PLC (the “Issuer”) GRANITESHARES 3X SHORT TESLA DAILY ETP SECURITIES (the “ETP Securities”) NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF MINIMUM REDEMPTION AMOUNT (1)

January 05, 2021 | GraniteShares
THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.
THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

Topic: Basic Materials

Publication Type: Regulatory News

GRANITESHARES FINANCIAL PLC (the “Issuer”) GRANITESHARES 3X SHORT BARCLAYS DAILY ETP SECURITIES (the “ETP Securities”) NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF MINIMUM REDEMPTION AMOUNT

November 20, 2020 | GraniteShares
THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.
THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

Topic: Industrials

Publication Type: Regulatory News

GRANITESHARES FINANCIAL PLC (the “Issuer”) GRANITESHARES 3X SHORT NVIDIA DAILY ETP SECURITIES (the “ETP Securities”) NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF MINIMUM REDEMPTION AMOUNT

November 20, 2020 | GraniteShares
THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in any doubt about what action you should take, you are recommended to consult your independent financial adviser.

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