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Our Space Stocks Portfolio is designed for retail level private investors and companies that want to a space industry hedge.
Space as an investing sector is mostly built on aerospace, but pure space companies are making progress with business models, products and services that are far apart from tradition aerospace.
However, in order to mitigate risk, the Space Stocks Portfolio is designed to shift from aerospace (meaning aerospace companies with a large space business unit) to more pure space companies.

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The Space Stocks Portfolio is based on:

  • Satellites; Makers, Owners and Operators. Satellite communications is infrastructure. Many of these public companies are traded and analysed by reliable independent brokers, e.g. from investment banks.
  • Large Aerospace Companies; where the market capitalization is over US$500m. Risk analysis is easier thanks to independent analyst reports.
  • Small-Medium Aerospace Companies; where the market capitalization is under US$500m.
  • Space Technology; companies that are part of the space industry providing up and downstream components and services, and are integrated with nations’ space programs.
  • Space 2.0; Companies, that are actively developing space-related products and services in the areas of Downstream Satellite Data, Robotic applications in space, and Energy applications (e.g. capture, storage) in space.
  • Space Company IPOs: When would SpaceX IPO, and can Amazon, Google or Facebook spin-off their new space ventures via IPOs? What new small companies will IPO to unlock new capital sources?
  • Precious Metals, Bonds: Long-term capital preservation is the key to the Space Stocks Portfolio.
  • Cash: Short-term capital allocation.

Our Strategy

Technology for space is moving far beyond aerospace. Our strategy for investing in space also includes:
Applications & Solutions - e.g. devices for tracking dangerous debris in orbit and deep space observation
Valuations - What is the market potential of niche markets like Orbit Space Tourism, Micro-Satellites, new Space Funds?
Risk Analysis - As space is a new frontier fraught with risk, risk management will have to be altered to different types of space use.
Larger space related stocks are now at a point of low volatility: Satellite launches are more successful, technology is more reliable, and the risk profiling easier thanks to a decent run of previous and reliable data.

Since 2009, Space Ventures Investors has been monitoring selected space related stocks to provide interested investors with space investment advice.

Minimising Risk in Space Investing

Essential for picking space stocks is understanding risk verses reward. From the very outset our risk minimisation strategy is to maintain a balance portfolio.

Invest in Space Stocks and Space Shares

We actively monitor 50+ space stocks to include in our portfolio of space investments.

Our research includes analysing which aerospace and space companies are active in keeping up with the latest space race.

Listed below are some of the largest space related companies.

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Simon Drake - Co-Founder and Managing Director

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Rocketing High Risk Stocks vs High Tech and in Demand?

Investing in Space Stocks via the stock market is the most accessible way for a private investor to partake in commercial space.
While space as an investing sector is built primarily on aerospace companies and aerospace funds, space should be seen in another light, or trajectory:
Technology for space is moving far beyond aerospace and requires different:
Applications & Solutions - e.g. devices for tracking dangerous debris in orbit and deep space observation
Valuations - What is the market potential of niche markets like Orbit Space Tourism, Micro-Satellites, new Space Funds?
Risk Analysis - As space is a new frontier fraught with risk, risk management will have to be altered to different types of space use.
Larger space related stocks are now at a point of low volatility: Satellite launches are more successful, technology is more reliable, and the risk profiling easier thanks to a decent run of previous and reliable data.

Since 2009, Space Ventures Investors has been monitoring selected space related stocks to provide interested investors with space investment advice.
Below are a selection of Space Pure-Play, or Space Upstream Stocks – without their infrastructure up there in orbit and in place on the ground, many industries on earth would cease to function.

Inmarsat

Market Cap: $3.29 billion
Inmarsat was founded in 1979 and is the owner and operator of a global satellite network.
Thanks to this satellite fleet, it can offer mobile and fixed communications services for maritime, enterprises, governments and aviation industry clients.
Vital to Imarsat’s operations are satellites, from there all else follows; government contracts, space based communication infrastructure, and room to grow.

Inmarsat is Space Pure-Play stock, and although stocks rise and fall due to many conflicting parameters, Inmarsat is one publically listed space company to watch.

Eutelsat

Market Cap: $5.5 billion
Founded in 1977, a French satellite provider, offering coverage across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, India and major swathes of Asia and the Americas.
Eutelsat has 37 satellites located in geosynchronous orbit, with six more planned in 2015.
In terms of revenue, WikiPedia - Eutelsat, it is one of the world's three leading satellite operators.
Eutelsat’s coverage includes broadcasting to over five and half  thousand television stations, over one thousand radio station, reaching a quarter of a billion cable and satellite enabled homes. That is, probably one in twenty of everyone on earth.
It also services corporate networks, mobile communications, Internet connectivity and broadband access for terrestrial, maritime and in-flight applications. 

Eutelsat is Space Pure-Play stock, and while the business is driven by television broadcast, there are other avenues for revenue.

Loral Space Communications

Market Cap: $1.6 billion
Loral currently operates a satellite manufacturing company Space Systems/Loral and has an investment in Telesat Canada in partnership with the Public Pension Investment Board of Canada.
Loral also participates in various international and domestic joint ventures, including an ownership stake in XTAR, which is a commercial satellite operator providing services in X band frequency range; the communications preferred by the military, diplomat communications, plus humanitarian and emergency disaster response operations.

Reading through Loral’s corporate history you’ll find a bit of suspense and volatility, yet it is involved in space and offers a hedge in the space sector.

Intelsat

Market Cap: $1.8 billion
Intelsat has more than 50 satellites covering most of Earth’s populated areas.
Intelsat launched its first satellite in 1965 and through the decades has grown, privatised and publically listed, and established a long lasting truly global presence.
It’s most important spacecraft supplier is Space Systems/Loral (over thirty spacecraft) and in 2012 Intelsat signed a contract with Space Exploration technologies Corporation for the first Falcon Heavy launch vehicle.
Intelsat is based in Luxembourg and has offices in the U.S.A.

Intelsat is an ideal Space Pure-Play Stock, very up- and mid-stream, and represents a solid space company that has been in the space business for half a century.

Othe Interesting Space Stocks

China SpaceSat Co is not the most transparent but does offer access to investing in the Chinese Space Industry.

DigitalGlobe provides geospatial information products and services for defense, intelligence, security, mapping, environmental monitoring, energy explorers, and infrastructure management. It has a constellation of high-resolution satellites, and uses third party satellite and aerial imagery.

Electro Optic Systems is developing (on from its other activities) a space debris tracking system in partnership with Lockheed Martin

End Note: We are looking forward to, but not expecing, a SpaceX IPO, although this would in many ways see how investing in space exploration is rated by private investors and the large brokerages. SpaceX is a private company and will remain so until it is probably launching regular missions.

More information is in our Space Commerce Presentation.

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Space Stocks and Space Shares in the News

Not surprisingly, there are many broad space stocks (see the links below) that focus on companies that are more Aerospace then just Space.
Our goal at Space Ventures Investors is to find the pure-space stocks. USA Today – Profit from Space Stocks
CNBC – You don't have to be Elon Musk to invest in space
Money Morning – Investing in Space Stocks: The Final Money-Making Frontier

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