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Blue-chip stocks are shares of companies that are known to be large and financially stable. Our fund concentrates on the technology sector as the fund pursues relatively high returns and the sector benefits from the ongoing digital transformation and other growth avenues.
50 stocks in Information Technology sector with the lowest ESG Sustainalytics risk scores. Equal weighing. Long position. Historical growth within the sector has been high within the last 10 years and demand is forecasted to increase. Firms having a good ESG Sustainalytics have been found to outperform those that do not. Rank:37. ESG Risk rating: Low.
IBM, long position. The IJ Fund aims to build a low-beta portfolio, composed of undervalued stocks. International Business Machines is a U.S. based global technology company that provides hardware, software, cloud-based services and cognitive computing. Long history and IBM’s recent investments in hybrid cloud architecture make it an interesting company for the IJ Fund. The IJ Fund has strong reasons to believe that the IBM stock might be undervalued. IBM has a P/E ratio of 12.8. The U.S. IT industry average is 29.In addition, and after PVCF and PVTV calculations the fund suggests that the actual fair share price is around $150, making the stock possibly undervalued. The company has a slightly above-target beta 1.16. The market capitalization is $102Bn. The company industry classifies as Technology.