NAV on 2019/09/13
|NAV on 2019/09/12
|52 week high on 2019/08/12
|52 week low on 2019/01/07
|Total Expense Ratio on 2019/06/30
|Total Expense Ratio (performance fee) on
Boutique Collective Investments (RF) (Pty) Ltd.
South African--Multi Asset--High Equity
CPI + 4% p.a., calculated over a rolling 1-year period
Meager graduated from the Cape Town University of Technology with a BTech Marketing degree in 1992 and has been involved in the financial services industry ever since. He started his career at Guardbank Unit Trusts, he then moved to Lloyds of London, and Momentum, before joining Warwick Wealth in June 2006. He has passed the Post Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning through the University of the Free State and is a CFP® charter holder. He is one of the FSB approved Category II key individuals at Warwick and has managed private client funds on the JSE since 2006. He is a member of the South African Investment Analysts Society and is an approved Category II investment advisor. Meager is on the committee that co-ordinates the Warwick model portfolios for private clients at Warwick. He is the manager of the Warwick Managed Fund and the Warwick Managed Fund of Funds. Born in Cape Town, in 1971, he is married and has two children.
Warwick Managed comment - Sep 12
South African equities managed a gain of 1% in September underperforming the 2.5% gain of the MSCI Developed Index and the 2.4% gain by the S&P 500.
Industrials declined slightly in September (-0.5%), however Industrials continue to be the star performer amongst South African stocks in 2012 having added 22.1% year to date. Financials also gave back -0.5% in September while still adding significantly to the funds out performance in 2012. Financials have now added 21.5% year to date. September saw the Resources index rally 4.8% which was not enough to overturn the -6.3% loss year to date.
Property stocks declined -3.3% in September while the sector's 1 year return is still up a phenomenal 38.7%. Property has continued to contribute to the overall out performance of our fund and we maintain our holdings in the SA Listed Property sector.
Our stock selection remains focussed on the higher dividend yielding stocks and the Blue Chip rand hedge shares, we expect the SA Rand to weaken further in the coming months due to the violent strikes experienced in our mining and other sectors. The fund remains defensively aligned with our overweight cash position being maintained.
The Fund is a balanced portfolio aiming to achieve long-term capital growth and balanced income generation by investing across a variety of asset classes and instruments. The portfolio is suited to investors with a moderate risk profile and a three to five year or longer investment horizon.