A core diversified portfolio of 30-50 Australian companies, this fund is managed by the same highly experienced portfolio manager since 2003. The fund has the highest possible ratings from professional research house Morningstar.1
Access to global strength research on Australian small and mid-cap stocks to identify the companies of tomorrow. This fund uses a rigorous bottom-up stock selection process which aims to deliver consistent returns through different market cycles.
Providing access to 80-120 of the best ideas from around the world, this core international holding has a long track record of 20 years. The manager mainly focuses on finding global companies with sustainable pricing power.
Providing access to 80-120 of the best ideas from around the world, this core international holding has a long track record of more than 12 years. Returns in AUD are substantially hedged against currency fluctuations.
Participate in the growth potential of some of the world’s fastest growing economies. Access a prudent investment approach that aims to provide investors with attractive returns over time, while minimising any loss of capital.
Tap into some of the best picks of Asian equities and access the compelling growth opportunities across this diverse region. This fund has a twelve-year track record backed with Fidelity’s 40 years’ experience investing in Asia.
Access the China growth story through this diversified fund, with access to the domestic China A share market. This fund has a strong twelve-year track record backed by Fidelity’s 20 years’ experience investing in China.
Tap into one of the world's fastest growing economies through this risk-aware fund, playing to the theme that India’s rising incomes and growing middle class are boosting spending and creating investment opportunities.
Eighteen months ago, in our Q4 2017 Outlook, we suggested the bull market was still intact but entering its last phase and we advocated a Braver for longer approach. Since then, the cycle has ground onwards with two periods of correction and the bull market continues. There are risks aplenty, but there are also attractive opportunities if you look hard enough - there is still some life left in this old cycle yet.
As a business we’re often asked about India and why investors should consider allocating either through a stand-alone allocation or exposure through an emerging markets portfolio. On one hand investing in one of the world’s fastest growing economies sounds sensible but equally investors have concerns around volatility and risk, particularly macro risks. So, let’s take a closer look at the case for India.
It’s difficult to imagine the landscape without them - indeed history has shown that they’re too big to fail. However, revelations from the Banking Royal Commission have certainly taken a toll on how we perceive our major banks. So as investors, how should we be looking at banks moving forward?