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Investec Commodity Fund Summary Fact Sheet
South African--Equity--Resource
 
Technical Overview
Formation Date: 1 Feb 1995
Holdings: 32
Original Price: 105
Pricing System: Forward
 
Price (R - Class)
 
Management
Daniel Sacks, BSc (Hons), CFA
Daniel is the sector head of resources at Investec Asset Management and portfolio manager on the Investec Commodity Fund unit trust. He joined Investec Asset Management in October 1997 as a portfolio administrator before moving to the research department in 1999 to begin working as an investment analyst on resources. Daniel received his Bachelor of Business Science (Honours) degree in Economics from the University of Cape Town in 1995, and is a Chartered Financial Analyst charterholder.
 
Ranking
Sector: South African-Equity-Resource
Fund Size: R385 650 695 (as at 30 Sep 2018)
Sector Rank: 8 out of 8
(lump sum over 1 years to 30 Nov 2018)
Overall Rank: 792 out of 1187
(lump sum over 1 years to 30 Nov 2018)
R1000 invested on 30 Nov 2017 was worth R932.93 on 30 Nov 2018 (-6.71% annual compound return)
R100 per month since 30 Nov 2017 was worth R1 128.75 on 30 Nov 2018 (-11.35% annual return compounded monthly)
 
Please note that domestic fund performance figures are calculated on a NAV-NAV basis including dividends reinvested on the reinvestment date, ETFs are reinvested on the ex-div date.
   
Focus and Objective
Investment objective
The Investec Commodity Fund aims to grow capital over the long term. The objective is to achieve returns well in excess of a composite of the FTSE/JSE Resources Index and the FTSE/JSE Basic Industries Index, measured over three year periods.

Strategy
The fund invests in listed companies that are involved in mining, minerals, energy, natural resources and other commodities. The fund aims to take advantage of changing commodity cycles by investing in a range of resources such as gold, platinum, iron, steel, coal, oil and pulp. The investment team uses Investec's proprietary research platform. The fund favours equities that have a history of value creation, demonstrate strong and improving operating performance, are attractively valued relative to this performance and are increasingly drawing investors' attention.

Fund features
o A specialist equity fund for investors who want to benefit from South Africa's mineral and commodity wealth
o Uses the Investec proprietary research model to assist in the screening and the selection of companies o Expected to outperform the broader stock market over the long term
o Provides portfolio diversification
o More volatile than a general equity fund
 
Latest Fund Manager Comment / News
Investec Commodity comment - Jun 13
Market review
South African equities ended almost unchanged in the second quarter,  ...more
 
News Archive
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Top Holdings on 30 Sep 2018
Share No Units Value (Rm) % of Fund
ANGLO 224 455 71.78 18.61%
MONDIPLC 169 796 65.99 17.11%
BHP 210 784 65.22 16.91%
SASOL 103 424 56.63 14.68%
EXXARO 175 633 25.53 6.62%
Totals   285.14 73.94%
 
Comparative Performance
 
Portfolio Structure as at 30 Sep 2018
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Dividend Data
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Fees and Charges
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Sectoral Information
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