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Unit price performance for 3Q06

Discussion in 'Managed Funds & Index Funds' started by Simon Hampel, 3rd Oct, 2006.

  1. Simon Hampel

    Simon Hampel Co-founder Staff Member

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    Just thought I'd do a quick comparison of the unit price performance of various managed funds for the recent quarter.

    These figures are simply the % change in unit price between 3rd July 2006 and 29th September, 2006.

    NavraInvest AUS Retail Fund: ............ 0.03%
    NavraInvest US Fund: .................... 1.99%
    CFS Global Resources Fund: ............. -9.00%
    CFS Australian Share Fund: ............. -0.88%
    CFS Geared Share Fund: ................. -2.18%
    CFS Global Share Fund: .................. 0.72%
    CFS High Growth Fund: ................... 1.47%
    CFS Imputation Fund: ................... -0.63%
    Platinum International Fund: ............ 1.77%
    Platinum Asia Fund: ..................... 5.32%
    Platinum European Fund: ................. 3.17%
    Platinum Japan Fund: ................... -1.01%
    Platinum International Brands Fund: ..... 2.82%
    Vanguard High Yield Aust. Shares Fund ... 0.77%
    Vanguard Index Aust. Shares Fund ........ 2.30%
    Vanguard Index Int. Shares Fund ......... 3.30%
     
  2. Glebe

    Glebe Well-Known Member

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    My Platinum Asia has been rebounding well. I bought $150k worth in about April, it fell to about $133k, now it's back to $150k again. :)
     
  3. Simon Hampel

    Simon Hampel Co-founder Staff Member

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    My current (still being developed) system has been giving me continuous buy signals on Platinum Asia since the 11th of September this year ... and it's up 4.1% since then.

    My last investment was on the 21st August (before I implemented my new system). I'm currently 2.95% up overall, despite being 1.4% down based on average buy price.

    However, Platinum European fund got my money this week.