Long Term Energizers Boost
Healthcare Sector

Harvest Healthcare Leaders Income ETF
(TSX: HHL | HHL.U)

An ageing population, growing spending on healthcare and technological innovation in pharmaceutical and surgical areas, are the three main factors behind the U.S. healthcare sector, argues Paul MacDonald, lead manager of the $334.6 million Harvest Healthcare Leaders Income ETF (HHL). “These are the big macro-drivers that provide healthcare with long-term structural positive dynamics.”

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Jan 07, 2020

That momentum should carry through in 2020, says Paul MacDonald, Chief Investment Officer at Harvest Portfolio Group.


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3 Key Factors Impacting the 
Healthcare Sector

People are Aging

Proportion of Population Over 60

People are Aging - Healthcare ETF - HHL

Source: United Nations Population Division; World Population Prospects, June 2017

Global Middle Class “Consumers” is Growing

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2012
Asia - 30%

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2015
Asia - 50%

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2030
Asia - 60%

By 2030, Asia will have >60% of the global middle class, accounting for 40% of global middle class consumption.


Source: OECD, Health at a Glance 2017. Brookings. 
Source: World Bank, Brookings & Global Economy and Development, Home Kharas, updated February 2017. Middle class defined as households with per capita incomes between $10 and $100 per person per day in 2005 PPP terms. This implies an annual income of a 4 person middle class household of $14,600 to $146,000. Kharas, 2010; World Bank, 2007; Ernst & Young, 2013; Bank of America Merrill Lynch, 2016).

    Asia
    North American & Europe
    Rest of World

Technological Innovation

Data Analytics
Security

Holistic Health
Data Analytics

Health Records &
Home Monitoring

Artificial Intelligence

Retail Pharmacy
Distribution

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Source:  Company web-sites, Harvest Portfolios Group.

Harvest Healthcare Leaders Income ETF
(TSX: HHL | HHL.U)

The fund invests in an equally-weighted portfolio of equity securities of 20 Healthcare Issuers from the Healthcare Leaders Investable Universe that have a minimum market capitalization of US$5 billion at the time of investment and have options in respect of their Equity Securities listed on a recognized options exchange. The portfolio is rebalanced quarterly back to equal weights.

Investment Highlights

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General sub-sectors grouped by Harvest Portfolios.

  • Global: Global trends driving long-term growth
  • Diversified: Portfolio of 20 large capitalization global healthcare leaders
  • Attractive Income: Monthly income with opportunity for capital appreciation
  • Covered Call Strategy: Enhance portfolio income and lower portfolio volatility
  • Hedged: HHL unit currency hedged; HHL.U trades in USD and is unhedged

Fund Facts

TSX Ticker:

HHL   |   HHL.U

CUSIP (HHL | HHL.U):

41755F107  |  41755F206

Inception Date (HHL  |  HHL.U):

11/19/2014  |  01/17/2017

Distribution Frequency:

Monthly

Recent Distribution:

$0.0583

Distribution Method:

Cash or DRIP

Eligible:

RRSP/RRIF/RESP/TFSA

Management Fee:

0.85%

Risk Rating:

Medium

World Class Portfolio of Healthcare Leaders
As at January 31, 2020

Healthcare ETF - HHL


Sub-Sector Diversification
As at ​January 31, 2020

Portfolio With Global Exposure
As at ​January 31, 2020


Cumulative Growth $10,000 Invested (NAV pricing)
As at January 31, 2020

  • HHL
  • HHL.U

Disclaimer
Harvest Healthcare Leaders Income ETF

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