We aim to achieve positive long-term returns by choosing exposure across asset classes. Investors can expect moderate to high levels of movement up and down in value and to receive longer term returns that are higher than those of the Summer Conservative Selection but lower than those of the Summer Growth Selection.
What is a target investment mix? The target mix of asset classes that a fund manager aims to hold in a given fund – e.g. the target percentages of shares and bonds. This can often be different from a fund’s actual asset allocation, which is the mix of asset classes that a fund has at any moment.
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What is a tactical asset allocation? Tactical asset allocation is when you move away from your target asset allocation to buy more of something that you think attractive (or to sell out of markets you think are unattractive). In the jargon, as a matter of tactics you go over-weight to a particular asset class (or maybe under-weight if you think something is unlikely to give good returns in the coming months).
We have chosen the following tactical asset allocation for Summer Balanced Selection
These can move in line with market movements and we review the portfolio and adjust asset allocation accordingly.
The date of the last review was: 08/06/2020
|Summer Balanced Selection||Allocated %|
|New Zealand cash||11.00%|
|New Zealand fixed interest||30.00%|
|International fixed interest||7.00%|
|Total income assets||48.00%|
|New Zealand equities||12.50%|
|Total growth assets||52.00%|
The risk indicator is rated from 1 (low) to 7 (high). The rating reflects how much the value of the fund’s assets goes up and down (volatility). A higher risk generally means higher potential returns over time, but more ups and down along the way.
This risk indicator is calculated as at 30/6/20 and differs from the risk indicator shown in the current Product Disclosure Statement dated 18 October 2019.
This fund started on 16/9/2016. We’ve calculated the risk indicator using market index return data for periods before that date, and actual fund return data afterwards. Using market index return data may make the risk indicator a less reliable indicator of how much fund values might go up and down in future. If a fund mainly invests into another fund with a higher risk indicator, we’ve used that higher number.
At least five years
Morningstar, are a leading global provider of independent investment research that rank and report on Funds within New Zealand and Australia. View the latest Fund Report for Summer Balanced Selection here.
The Summer Investment Committee provides us with a general investment view to support the asset allocation decisions we make for the Summer Balanced Selection.
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On the 8 April 2019 the Summer Investment Selection was renamed the Summer Balanced Selection.