Colonial FirstChoice Investments - Colonial Geared Global Property Securities

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General Information
Fund Name Colonial FirstChoice Investments - Colonial Geared Global Property Securities
Manager Colonial First State Investments Limited
APIR Code FSF0877AU  
Sector/Asset Class Equity Global Real Estate  
Morningstar Rating  (as at 31st Mar 2014)  
Morningstar Recommendation Login now to view this recommendation.  
Legal Structure Investment Fund  
Fund Inception 30th Apr 2007
Fund Size $3.97 million (as at 31st Mar 2014) 
Entry Price $0.2576 (as at 23rd Apr 2014) 
Exit Price $0.2548 (as at 23rd Apr 2014) 
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Fund Performance (as at 31st Mar 2014)   NOTE : returns for periods greater than 1 year are annualised
  1 Month
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3 Month
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6 Month
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1 Year
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2 Year
% p.a.
3 Year
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5 Year
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10 Year
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Total Return 1.04 9.9 10.35 0.08 14.61 11.83 38.62 -
Growth Return 1.04 9.90 10.35 0.08 14.61 11.83 38.62 -
Income Return 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -
Morningstar Index
(Mstar PG ITr Equity Gl Real Estate Idx)  
Total Return -0.12 5.04 5.91 5.28 12.84 10.14 21.26 6.22
Market Index
(UBS Global Investors Ex AUS NR Hdg AUD)
Total Return -0.02 7.29 7.29 4.18 13.00 11.44 26.11 -


Asset Allocation (as at 31st Mar 2014)  
Domestic Shares 0%
International Shares 0%
Cash 1.789%
Listed Property 98.211%
Direct Property 0%
Domestic Fixed Interest 0%
International Fixed Interest 0%
Mortgage 0%
Other 0%
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Objectives and Strategy
Fund Objective To maximise the total return to the investor by borrowing to invest in a broad selection of listed property-related investments from around the world. The option aims to outperform the UBS Global Investors Index over rolling seven year periods before fees and taxes.
Fund Strategy The option invests in property securities around the world. These investments may include commercial, retail and industrial and, to a lesser extent, car parks, hotels, leisure properties and other property-related investments. Each security is ranked within each region according to valuation and qualitative measures. The option utilises gearing to magnify returns from underlying investments. The option aims to hedge its currency exposure.

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Offer Information
Indirect Cost Ratio (ICR) 4.03% (as at 11th Jun 2013) (Estimated)
Minimum Initial Investment $5,000
Minimum Additional Investments $0
Minimum Redemption Amount $0

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