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SRVR Index – Intelligence Revolution
SRVR is the sophisticated backbone of data centers, wireless towers, and fiber optic networks that moves the economy’s critical data and analytics. SRVR represents the foundational infrastructure for the intelligence revolution, superseding the Computing and Industrial Revolutions before it. Cloud computing, 5G, and other ‘themes’ are not even close to encompassing what SRVR represents.
Index Dividend Yield: 3.25% (as of 3/31/19)
INDS Index – eCommerce Revolution
INDS is the best way to capitalize on the growth of e-Commerce as the insatiable e-commerce demand to receive packages in a day or less has led to an era of ‘last mile’ revolution. It’s an arms race for space. Our constituents own and manage best-in-class warehouse/distribution facilities.
Index Dividend Yield: 3.35% (as of 3/31/19)
RTL Index – Retail Renaissance
RTL provides critical exposure to the best and most well-located shopping centers that retailers need to grow their ‘omni-channel’ and ‘click-and-collect’ sales. The storefront is the gateway to the consumer with commercial real estate serving as an ideal medium for connecting with established shoppers and attracting new ones.
Index Dividend Yield: 4.85% (as of 3/31/19)
SRVR Index is the Undisputed Way to Position for 5G
SRVR Index’s premier position as the way to play 5G is exemplified by the 2019 year-to-date returns of 26.73% through May 17, 2019 (Source: Bloomberg).
Foundation for 5G
SRVR constituents – cell tower, data centers, and fiber optic networks – will play a vital role globally in enabling greater connectivity between people, things, and infrastructure. As this new generation of technology – 5G – is expected to help facilitate the increasing proliferation of the “internet of things” (IoT) and more advanced machine-to-machine technologies.
Infrastructure vs. Software, Hardware, Carriers
SRVR Index is recognizing revenues now for the buildout of the 5G as SRVR constituents are mission-critical infrastructure assets. The first quarter of earnings demonstrated that carriers, semiconductors, software and hardware companies have significant expenditures and are not recognizing meaningful revenues from 5G. The earnings results ended up taking down a 5G communications index more than 10% while the SRVR index was up over 4% leading to an outperformance of 14% in less than a month.