Investment objectives: AFIC aims to provide shareholders with attractive investment returns through access to a growing stream of fully franked dividends and enhancement of capital invested over the medium to long term.
Benchmark: S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index.
Size of portfolio: $7.5 billion at 31 August 2018.
Management cost: 0.14 per cent, no performance fees.
Investment style: Long-term, fundamental, bottom-up.
Suggested investment period: Five years to 10 years or longer.
Net asset backing: released every month with top 25 investments.
Listed on ASX and NZX: code AFI.
Diversified portfolio primarily of ASX-listed Australian equities.
Tax-effective income via fully franked dividends.
Consistent after tax paid investment returns achieved over the long term.
Professional management and an experienced Board, investment and management team.
Ease of investing, transparent ASX pricing, good liquidity in shares.
Shareholder meetings on a regular basis.
|Company||Total Value $ Million||% of Portfolio|
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|2||2as, est faucibus hic accusamus conuba||543.8||2.9|
|3||Ante cras, est faucibus hic accusamus conub||231.6||9.5|
|4||dscras, est faucibus hic accusamus conub||213.7||2.8|
|5||Ante cras, est faucibus hic accusamus conub||24.8||1.9|
|6||Ante cras, est faucibus hic accusamus conub||56.9||5.9|
|7||234Ante cras, est faucibus hic accusamus conub||12.8||2.5|
* Indicates that options were outstanding against part of the holding.
** As a percentage of total portfolio (excludes cash).
This information has been prepared by Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited (AFIC) (ABN 56 004 147 120) and is provided by its subsidiary Australian Investment Company Services Limited, holder of Australian Financial Services Licence 303209 (Provider).
To the extent that this information includes any financial product advice, the advice is of a general nature only and does not take into account any individual’s objectives, financial situation or particular needs. Before making an investment decision an individual should assess whether it meets their own needs and consult an appropriately licensed financial adviser.
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A copy of the relevant Financial Services Guide can be found on AFIC’s website: www.afi.com.au
The S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index was up 1.4 per cent over the month. The announcement of the proposed merger between TPG Telecom and Vodafone, led to a very strong performance from telecommunication services which was up 13.1 per cent over August. The other sectors to generate strong returns over the month were information technology (+12.9 per cent) and healthcare (+10.7 per cent).
In contrast to these increases, resources were down 4.4 per cent as continued discussions around trade tariffs impacted global sentiment and commodity prices. The other major part of the market, the banking sector, was down 1.2 per cent as the implications of the bank inquiry continued to dampen growth expectations for the sector. For more information visit our website: afi.com.au