• Donnelle Brooks

What companies does Spaceship invest in?

Updated: Jun 24

If you are thinking of investing in Spaceship you might be looking for a little more information first. Here I have put together a comprehensive list of the companies that Spaceship invest in for each of their portfolios, as well as a short summary of their performance. If you are looking for a complete review of Spaceship and its features - head to this article.


Overview

Earth Portfolio

Origin Portfolio

Universe Portfolio

Which Spaceship portfolio should I choose?

Can I invest in multiple Spaceship portfolios?

The Bottom Line


Earth Portfolio

The Spaceship Earth portfolio focuses on investing in ethical and environmentally friendly companies. This is a new portfolio so as yet there is no data on its performance.


Companies invested in the Spaceship Earth portfolio

ASML Holding - produces computer chips

Adobe - creative software

Advanced Micro Devices - produces computer processors

Alphabet (Google) class C - Alphabet is Google's parent company

American Tower - wireless network provider

American Water Works - infrastructure

Atlassian - Software development and collaboration tools

Autodesk - 3D modelling and mechanical design software

Cloudflare - Online security against cyber attacks

Crown Castle International - communications infrastructure

Enphase Energy - solar power

Etsy - online marketplace for creators

First Solar - solar technology

Generac Holdings - home generators and clean energy

Guardant Health - cancer research

Intuitive Surgical - robotic assisted surgery

Kering - sustainable luxury fashion

Lululemon - sustainable activewear

Medtronic - producer of insulin

Mercado Libre - eCommerce

Mercari - online marketplace for secondhand goods

Nintendo - games and consoles

Nvidia - artificial intelligence

Ocado Group - online grocery sales software

Orsted - renewable energy

Ping An Healthcare and Technology - healthcare software

Poshmark - secondhand clothing marketplace

Resmed - sleep health

Schrodinger - pharmaceutical research

Shopify - online store website builder

Siemens - communications infrastructure

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy - wind turbines

Square - payments platform for small business

Starbucks - coffee and beverages

Tomra Systems - recycling

Vestas Wind Systems - wind turbines

Visa - banking and credit

Xero - online accounting software

Xylem - water pumps for mining


Origin Portfolio

The Origin portfolio is a selection of the biggest 200 companies in the world. These companies have a proven track record of delivering results, and is therefore the most stable and reliable of the portfolios. The downside of this is however, that you may be investing in companies such as mining or oil, which some people view as less ethical and environmental.


Companies invested in the Spaceship Origin portfolio

A2 Milk - dairy

AGL - energy

AIA - health insurance

AMP - auperannuation

ANZ - banking

ASML Holding - produces computer chips

ASX - Australian Stock Exchange

AT&T - mobile and communications

AbbVie - pharmaceutical research

Abbott Laboratories - infant formula

Accenture - professional services and consulting

Adobe - creative software

Afterpay - financial services (Buy Now Pay Later)

Agricultural Bank of China - banking

Airbnb - home sharing and accomodation

Alibaba - eCommerce

Alphabet (Google) class C - Google parent company

Alumina - minerals (aluminium)

Amazon - eCommerce

Amcor - packaging for food and beverages

Amgen pharmaceuticals

Ampol - fossil fuels (petroleum)

AngloGold Ashanti - gold mining

Apple - computer products

Aristocrat Leisure - gaming

AstraZeneca - pharmaceuticals and vaccines

Atlas Arteria - toll roads

Auckland International Airport - ariport

Aurizon - freight rail

Ausnet - electricity and gas

BHP - mining and resources

Bank of America - banking

Bank of China - banking

Bank of Queensland - banking

Bendigo Bank - banking

Berkshire Hathaway - manufacturing, energy and transport

BlueScope Steel - manufacturers of steel products

Boeing - airplanes

Boral - manufacturer of construction materials

Brambles - supplier of reusable pallets, crates and containers

Bristol-Myers Squibb - pharmaceuticals

Broadcom Limited - communications

CBA - banking

CIMIC - construction and mining

CSL - vaccines

Charter Communications - broadband

Charter Hall Group - commercial real estate

Chevron - oil and natural gas

China Construction Bank - banking

China Life Insurance - life insurance

China Merchants Bank - banking

China Mobile - communications

Cisco - IT and networking

Citigroup - banking and credit services

Coca-Cola - non-alcoholic beverages (worldwide)

Coca-Cola Amatil - non-alcoholic beverages (Australia)

Cochlear - medical devices for hearing impaired

Coles Group - retail groceries

Comcast - NBC parent company. TV and entertainment

Computershare - share portfolio management

Contact Energy - utilities provider

Costco - retail grocery wholesaler

Crown Resorts - entertainment venues

Danaher Corporation - medical science

Dexus - property

Disney - entertainment

Dominos Pizza - food and beverages

Eli Lily - pharmaceuticals

Evolution Mining - gold mining

Exxon Mobil - oil and gas

Facebook - social media advertising platform

Fisher & Paykel - appliances

Fletcher Building - construction

Fortescue Metals - iron ore

GPT - shopping centres

Goodman - commercial real estate

Harvey Norman - consumer electronics

Home Depot - home improvements and hardware

Honeywell - home and industrial heating and cooling

IAG - Insurance Australia Group

IDP Education - international education

IGO - mining and exploration

Incitec Pivot - industrial chemicals

Industrial and Commercial Bank of China - banking

Infratil - renewable energy

Intel - computers

JB Hifi - consumer electronics

JD.com - retail goods

JPMorgan - financial services

James Hardie - manufacturer of fibre cement and building products

Janus Henderson - asset management

Johnson & Johnson - healthcare products

Kirkland Lakes - gold mining

Kuaishou Technology - Chinese video sharing app

Kweichow Moutai - beverages

L'Oreal - beauty products

LendLease - medical real estate

Linde - forklifts

Lynas Rare Earths - rare earth mining

Macquarie - banking and financial services

Magellan - financial asset managment

Mastercard - credit services

McDonald's - food and beverages

Medibank - health insurance

Medtronic - producer of insulin

Meituan Dianping - eCommerce (China)

Merck - lab equipment

Microsoft - software

Mineral Resources - mining

Mirvac - property

Morgan Stanley - financial services

Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton - luxury brands

NAB - banking

Nestle - food and beverages

Netflix - entertainment streaming

Newcrest Mining - gold mining

News Corp - print and digital media

NextEra Energy - renewable energy, including solar and wind

Nike - clothing and footwear

Nine Entertainment - TV and entertainment

Northern Star Resources - gold mining

Novartis - healthcare

Novo Nordisk - healthcare

Nvidia - artificial intelligence

OZ Minerals - mining

Oil Search - oil exploration

Oracle - cloud computing infrastructure

Orica - mining

Origin - utilities

PayPal - online payments platform

Pepsi - non-alcoholic beverages

Pfizer - pharmaceuticals

Philip Morris - tobacco

Pinduoduo - farm to table technology

Ping An Insurance - insurance

Procter & Gamble - cleaning and personal care products

Prosus - investment company focusing on technology

QBE - consumer insurance

Qantas - air travel

Qualcomm - wireless technology

Qube - import and export

REA - digital advertising

Ramsay Health - Australian private hospitals

Reece - bathroom and kitchen fittings

Reliance Industries - textiles

ResMed - sleep health

Rio Tinto - mining

Roche - healthcare

Royal Dutch Shell - petroleum

SAP - software

SEEK - job search

Salesforce - software for business

Samsung - consumer electronics

Santos - energy (oil and gas)

Scentre - retail property management (westfield)

Seven Group - investment group

Shopify - online store website builder

Siemens - communications infrastructure

Softbank - mobile devices

Sonic Healthcare - medical

Sony Corp - gaming, entertainment and media

South 32 - coal

Spark - electricity infrastructure

Starbucks - coffee and beverages

Stockland - property group

Suncorp - banking and insurance

Sydney Airport - international airport

T-Mobile - American mobile network

TPG Telecom - internet service provider

Tabcorp - gambling

Taiwan Semiconductor - electronic circuits

Telstra - telelcommunications

Tencent - web and social technology based in China

Tesla - renewable energy

Texas Instruments - small circuits and microprocessors

Thermo Fisher Scientific - scientific instruments

Toyota - cars and vehicles

Transurban - toll roads

Treasury Wines - wine

Unibail-Rodamco Westfield - retail real estate

Unilever - personal care products

Union Pacific - railroad

United Parcel Service - freight and shipping

United Health - health insurance

Verizon - wireless networks

Vicinity - shopping centres

Virgin Money - financial services

Visa - financial services

WHSP - investment company

Walmart - retail and consumer goods

Wells Fargo - banking and financial services

Wesfarmers - agriculture

Westpac - banking

Wisetech - transport and logistics

Woodside Petroleum - petroleum

Woolworths - groceries

WorleyParsons - industrial engineering

Wuliange Yibin - alcoholic beverages

Xero - online accounting software


Universe Portfolio

The universe portfolio is focused on future growth. The shares in this portfolio are mainly tech companies that have become important to daily life and will continue to grow in the future.


Companies invested in the Spaceship Universe portfolio

A2 Milk - dairy

Activision Blizzard - gaming

Adobe - creative software

Afterpay - financial services

Alibaba - eCommerce

Alphabet (Google) class C - parent company of Google

Altium - electronics design software

Amazon - eCommerce

Ansell - health products

Appen - data collection

Apple - computer products

Audinate - audio software and hardware

Australian Ethical - superannuation

Autodesk - 3D modelling and mechanical design software

Berkshire Hathaway - manufacturing, energy and transport

CSL - vaccines

Carsales.com - online car sales

Cleanaway - waste management

Cloudflare - Online security against cyber attacks

Cochlear - medical devices for hearing impaired

Disney - entertainment

Docusign - online software for signing documents

Dominos Pizza - food and beverages

Dominos Pizza Enterprises - food and beverages

Etsy - online marketplace for independent creators

Facebook - social media advertising platform

FedEx - parcel delivery

Fisher & Paykel - appliances

IDP Education - international education

Illumina - genetic reserach

Intuitive Surgical - robotic assisted surgery

Jumbo Interactive - lottery

Kogan - online electronics sales Life 360 - family online safety

Lululemon - sustainable activewear

Mastercard - financial services

Match Group - online dating

Megaport - cloud connectivity

Mercado Libre - eCommerce

Mesoblast - medical research

Microsoft - software

NEXTDC - data and connectivity services

Nanosonics - infection prevention

Nearmap - satellite mapping

NetEase - self-developed games

Nike - clothing and footwear

Nvidia - artificial intelligence

Palantir - data integration software

PayPal - payments platform

Ping An Healthcare and Technology - healthcare software

Pro Medicus - radiology

Pushpay - donor management system focusing on churches

REA - digital advertising

Rakuten - online coupons and cash back app

Ramsay Health - private hospitals in Australia

ResMed - sleep health

Roku - streaming TV technology

SEEK - job search

Schrodinger - pharmaceutical research

Sea - online gaming and eCommerce

Shopify - online store website builder

Snap - social media (snapchat)

Softbank - mobile devices

Spotify - music streaming platform

Square - payments platform for small business

Starbucks - coffee and beverages

Superloop - NBN plans for home and business

Taiwan Semiconductor - electronic circuits

Technology One - Software

Temple & Webster - homewares

Tencent - web and social technology based in China

Tesla - renewable energy

Twilio - communications interface

Uber - ridesharing

Unity - games and game development

Visa - financial services

Volpara Health - software to prevent advanced stage breast cancer

Wisetech - transport and logistics

Xero - online accounting software

Yum China - restaurants

Zillow - real estate

ZipCo - financial services (Buy Now Pay Later)

Zoetis - animal health


Which Spaceship portfolio should I choose?

That really depends on what you want to get out of your investments. If you are looking for fast growing stocks like Afterpay, and don't mind investing in riskier companies for fast growth, I would suggest the Universe Portfolio. If you want to focus on companies that are more ethical, the Earth portfolio is the way to go. It also hold promise for future growth, as the younger generation places more emphasis on making ethical choices as consumers. Finally, if you want steady growth and don't mind investing in things like mining and fossil fuels, the Origin portfolio is for you.


Observations

All 3 portfolios invest in several companies. One of these is Google. As a massive company that is future focused, it seems like a good fit for all 3 portfolios. Other companies may be tech focused and also be one of the top 200 companies in the world, and so will be in both the Universe and Origin Portfolio. Interestingly, not many of the top 200 companies also show up in the Earth portfolio, which says a lot about capitalism (which I fear is a topic for another post)


Can I invest in multiple Spaceship portfolios?

At present you are unable to invest in multiple portfolios, or even change between them. So make sure you choose wisely!


The Bottom Line

Spaceship is a good investment that requires little thought - that is one of its great benefits! The experts at Spaceship choose the stocks for you. That eliminates a lot of the responsibility - but not the risk. Make sure you are still only investing as much as you can afford to lose. You won't miss $10 or $20 per week from your paycheque, but it will add up quickly and will help start your investing journey. Make sure you read my comprehensive guide to Spaceship, and if you are interested in investing, it is a good idea to read about Raiz as well. Happy investing :)

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