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NAV on 2021/03/01
NAV on 2021/02/26 170.85
52 week high on 2021/03/01 171.75
52 week low on 2020/03/24 139
Total Expense Ratio on 2020/12/31 1.8
Total Expense Ratio (performance fee) on 2020/12/31 0
Incl Dividends
1 month change 3.77% 3.77%
3 month change 5.7% 6.16%
6 month change 6.91% 8.3%
1 year change 7.89% 10.52%
5 year change 3.11% 6.98%
10 year change 0% 0%
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  • Sectoral allocations
Fixed Interest 201.40 43.56%
General Equity 58.73 12.70%
Liquid Assets 0.40 0.09%
Managed 146.65 31.72%
Spec Equity 55.16 11.93%
  • Top five holdings
U-BCIINCP 76.91 16.64%
U-CORSTRI 65.57 14.18%
U-MIPENIN 58.92 12.74%
U-AYEQUTY 58.73 12.7%
U-NEDBRAV 55.16 11.93%
  • Performance against peers
  • Fund data  
Management company:
Boutique Collective Investments (RF) (Pty) Ltd.
Formation date:
ISIN code:
Short name:
South African--Multi Asset--Low Equity
CPI + 3% p.a.



  • Fund management  
Henk Basson
Johan Basson
Zurk Botha
3B Asset Management (Pty) Ltd.

  • Fund manager's comment

MET Stable FoF comment - Mar 13

2013/06/14 00:00:00
Global markets were volatile over the past month on the back of Eurozone jitters caused by instability within Cyprus' banking system and a political impasse in Italy. The US and China posted lackluster manufacturing numbers leading to further concerns regarding the global economy's recovery. Fears around currency wars also arose, fuelled by Japan's forthcoming central bank board meeting which had investors questioning whether the monetary easing policy will be more aggressive than markets have priced in.
The MSCI World gained 2.10% as US markets climbed to new highs, while the MSCI Emerging Markets Index fell 2.09% as investors switched from EM equities to bonds on the back of news about the Eurozone crisis and weak PMI data from China. US markets posted an average gain of 3.5% while the Nikkei continued its rally with a further 6.72%. European markets were also slightly positive over the month.
On the local front, the All Share Index gained 1.19% as financials and industrials both delivered over 3.10% each, while resources declined 2.64%. Pharmaceuticals were the best performing sector, while construction, industrial metals, mining and mobile telecom stocks registered losses.
The rand experienced a slight weakening of 2.07% against the US dollar to close at R9.22, while remaining flat over the month against the Euro.
Within domestic fixed interest assets the All Bond Index gained 0.24% in March, lagging the cash return of 0.43%. Cash remained at multi-decade lows as the Reserve Bank kept interest rates steady in March. The Inflation-Linked Bond Index gained 1.57% as inflation is expected to increase further after leaping to 5.9% in February. Listed property had another exceptional month, up 3.3% in March and 9.1% over the quarter.
  • Fund focus and objective  
The primary investment objective of the portfolio is to provide the investor with a stable inflation beating returns, while reducing the levels of return volatility from one year to the next. The portfolio therefore has a bias towards capital protection with some increase in the real value of the investment. It will invest in a broad range of participatory interests and other forms of participation in schemes covering a broad range of investment philosophies in order to achieve a portfolio that reflects the investment objectives of the portfolio. To provide a limited level of capital protection, the portfolio's equity exposure may be as high as 40% of the portfolio's net asset value. This fund complies with Regulation 28.

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