Satrix SWIX

Tracks the FTSE/JSE SWIX 40 index which includes 40 companies ranked by SWIX net market cap

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Satrix SWIX ETF

JSE code: STXSWX  This ETF seeks to provide investors with income and capital growth in the medium to long term by tracking the FTSE/JSE Shareholder Weighted Top 40 Index as closely as possible. The index includes the largest 40 companies listed on the JSE, ranked by SWIX net market cap. SWIX stands for Shareholder Weighted Index and refers to the proportion of the company's shares held on the South African share register. Distributions are made quarterly.

Investor Information

As On 29 Jun 2022

Net Asset Value per Satrix SWIX ETF security R 12.2222
Distributable Amount per security 0.1037
Cash Contribution per Satrix SWIX ETF Basket R 26 791.95
Market Capitalisation of Satrix SWIX ETF R 365 300 367.30
FTSE/JSE Industrial 25 Index R 12 103.90
Total Expense Ratio: 0.44%
Redemption Fee (if applicable and not waived) N/A

Index Composition

  • Financials 27.44%
  • Basic Materials 26.23%
  • Technology 15.24%
  • Consumer Staples 10.84%
  • Telecommunications 8.02%
  • Consumer Discretionary 5.54%
  • Industrials 2.59%
  • Real Estate 1.84%
  • Health Care 1.18%
  • Energy 1.08%

Effective Annual Cost

The Effective Annual Cost (EAC) is a measure which has been introduced to allow you to compare the cost you incur when you invest in different financial products. It is expressed as a percentage of your investment amount. The EAC is made up of four charges, which are added together, as shown in the table below. Some of the charges may vary, depending on your investment period. The EAC calculation assumes that an investor terminates his or her investment in the financial product at the end of the relevant periods shown in the table.

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Performance Table

31 May 2022 Fund * Benchmark ** CPI Inflation ***
Unannualised:
Since Inception (May 2006) 360.57% 399.62% 143.43%
Annualised:
Since Inception 9.96% 10.52% 5.69%
Year to Date 2.55% 2.72% 2.7%
1 Year 6.35% 6.91% 6.12%
3 Years 8.88% 9.43% 4.43%
5 Years 6.2% 6.68% 4.43%
7 Years 5.48% 5.97% 4.82%
10 Years 9.9% 10.44% 5.04%
  • * Returns are calculated for lump sum investments. All dividends reinvested on ex-date.
  • ** FTSE/JSE Top 40 Index total return index.
  • *** This is based on the latest CPI numbers.

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Satrix SWIX 40 Index Fund

This unit trust seeks to provide investors with income and capital growth in the medium to long term by tracking the FTSE/JSE Shareholder Weighted Top 40 Index as closely as possible. The index includes the largest 40 companies listed on the JSE, ranked by SWIX net market cap. SWIX stands for Shareholder Weighted Index and refers to the proportion of the company's shares held on the South African share register.

Investor Information

As On 29 Jun 2022

Management Fee Direct to Retail Investor 0.45% + VAT
Management Fee via LISP 0.25% + VAT

Index Composition

  • Financials 27.44%
  • Basic Materials 26.23%
  • Technology 15.24%
  • Consumer Staples 10.84%
  • Telecommunications 8.02%
  • Consumer Discretionary 5.54%
  • Industrials 2.59%
  • Real Estate 1.84%
  • Health Care 1.18%
  • Energy 1.08%

Effective Annual Cost

The Effective Annual Cost (EAC) is a measure which has been introduced to allow you to compare the cost you incur when you invest in different financial products. It is expressed as a percentage of your investment amount. The EAC is made up of four charges, which are added together, as shown in the table below. Some of the charges may vary, depending on your investment period. The EAC calculation assumes that an investor terminates his or her investment in the financial product at the end of the relevant periods shown in the table.

FUND
PLATFORM
CONTRIBUTION FREQUENCY

Fund Documentation

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