About the Fund
A diversified portfolio of Australian stocks aimed to outperform the benchmark after costs over rolling three year periods.
Why this Fund
The Fund is intended to be suitable for investors seeking capital growth and to be used as a small to core component of their portfolio where the consumer has a medium investment timeframe and a high risk/return profile
Fund size displayed at a class level only. The Fund changed investment manager and investment methodology on 12 August 2011, at which time Alphinity Investment Management commenced managing the Fund and started the transitioning of the portfolios to a structure consistent with Alphinity's investment views. The transition was completed 31 August 2011. Interests in the Alphinity Australian Equity Fund ARSN 107 016 517 are offered by Fidante Partners Limited (ABN 94 002 835 592 AFSL 234668) (Fidante Partners). Fidante Partners has appointed Alphinity Investment Management Pty Ltd (ABN 12 140 833 709 AFSL 356895) as the investment manager of the Fund.
Fund Performance & Distributions
Fund Performance (Net) as at 31 Jan 2024
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FE fundinfo calculates performance using the Australian FSC Standard by constructing a total value index series that reflects the percentage change in investments assuming the reinvestment of all distributions. A total value index series is constructed using the Ex-Distribution exit price, which is calculated at the end of a distribution period by deducting the distribution amount by the Cum distribution exit price.
The Fund changed investment manager and investment methodology on 12 August 2011, at which time Alphinity Investment Management commenced managing the Fund and started the transitioning of the portfolios to a structure consistent with Alphinity's investment views. The transition was completed 31 August 2011. The inception date for the returns for the Fund is 31 August 2010.
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Performance is calculated on a bid-to-bid basis with income reinvested. It is important to know that unit prices reflect the value of the underlying assets of the funds and so can go down as well as up.
Past performance is not indicative of future performance. Where a fund invests in overseas securities, the unit prices may also rise and fall purely on account of exchange rate fluctuations.
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Performance figures are calculated on an exit – exit basis and shown in Australian Dollars.
You should read the Fund's TMD and PDS to ensure the key attributes of the Fund as described in the TMD and PDS aligns with your objectives, financial situation and needs before making a decision about whether to acquire or continue to hold the Fund.