The Core Model Share Portfolio is our portfolio for SMSF investors that wish to invest in high quality, larger cap stocks listed on the ASX. It has an enviable track record of long term performance, with a solid gross income yield.
To deliver strong returns over the medium to long term, by investing in a concentrated portfolio of quality Australian companies. Suitable for investors seeking capital growth, and a solid dividend yield, over a holding period of at least three years.
Lonsec believes that higher quality companies will outperform lower quality companies over time.
Lonsec also believes that markets tend to be inefficient over the short term, leading to such higher quality companies trading at a discount to their intrinsic valuation from time-to-time. Lonsec considers that a detailed ‘bottomup’ investment process implemented by an experienced investment team can exploit such opportunities as they occur to add alpha over a market cycle.
Combined, this focus on quality and value forms the back-bone of Lonsec’s ‘Quality-at-a-Reasonable-Price’ or QARP investment style.
|Total Return||1yr%||3yr %pa||5yr %pa||7yr %pa|
|vs ASX200 Acc Index||10.16||9.42||8.81||7.94|
|As at 30/04/2022|
|Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Performance does not include franking credits, or other taxes or possible transaction costs . Performance is notional in nature and the actual performance of individual portfolios may differ to the performance of the Model.|
|PORTFOLIO STYLE AND CONSTRUCTION RULES|
|INVESTMENT PHILOPSOPHY||QUALITY COMPANIES AT A REASONABLE PRICE, HIGH CONVICTION, LOW TURNOVER|
|INVESTMENT UNIVERSE||ASX 200 STOCKS|
|BENCHMARK||S&P/ASX 200 ACCUMULATION INDEX|
|INCEPTION DATE||APRIL 2000|
|TYPICAL NO. OF STOCKS||15-25|
|MINIMUM/MAXIMUM STOCK TARGET WEIGHT||2.5%/15.0%|
|STOCK LIMIT||STOCK WEIGHT +10.0%|
|SECTOR LIMIT||GICS SECTOR WEIGHT +20.0%|
|TYPICAL TURNOVER||20-30% (3-5 CHANGES PER ANUUM)|
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