Investing in the Metaverse and AI

Virtual worlds, real opportunities.

The Metaverse and AI: what are they and why they matter

Imagine a world where you can be anywhere at anytime – a virtual world that feels remarkably real, and yet, limited only by your imagination. Welcome to the Metaverse thanks to artificial intelligence (AI), where the physical and virtual worlds collide. 

This isn't science fiction. Much of the technology needed for us to experience these virtual realities already exist, and more will be developed over the coming years. Widely seen as the next big thing since the internet, it has the potential to change how we live, work and invest.

Invesco Metaverse and AI Fund: virtual worlds, real opportunities

The Invesco Metaverse and AI Fund seeks to invest in companies that help facilitate, create or benefit from the metaverse – a network of highly immersive virtual worlds for consumers and enterprises alike. It will typically hold 30 to 50 stocks, diversified across the metaverse value chain.

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    Why investors should support an open metaverse

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    Investors can play their part by identifying and supporting attractive metaverse businesses all along the market-cap spectrum.

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  • 1 NFTs (NFT "Non-Fungible Token," that means something like: Non-exchangeable tokens. In contrast, a "fungible token" would be a replaceable tangible asset.

    2 Blockchain is a technical solution. It is a decentralized database that is mirrored in the network on a large number of computers. The name is derived from the fact that the data records are strung together in blocks, resulting in a "blockchain". With the blockchain, it is possible, for example, to carry out transactions without a central instance. This is already being used in payment transactions with cryptocurrencies. The goal is transparent and tamper-proof transactions. 

Investment risks

  • For complete information on risks, refer to the legal documents. The value of investments and any income will fluctuate (this may partly be the result of exchange rate fluctuations) and investors may not get back the full amount invested.

    The fund may invest in certain securities listed in China which can involve significant regulatory constraints that may affect the liquidity and/or the investment performance of the fund. The fund invests in a limited number of holdings and is less diversified. This may result in large fluctuations in the value of the fund. As this fund is invested in a particular sector, you should be prepared to accept greater fluctuations in the value of the fund than for a fund with a broader investment mandate. As a portion of the Fund may be exposed to less developed countries, you should be prepared to accept large fluctuations in the value of the Fund

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