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Super SA’s Income Stream has 16 managed investment options (eight taxed options in the TTR phase and eight tax-exempt options in the retirement phase). You can choose to have your super invested across any number of the eight investment options available to you.
Each investment option is invested across a range of assets. These assets include cash, fixed interest, property and shares and can be affected by factors including interest rates, inflation and global financial markets.
When you join the Super SA Income Stream, you can choose to invest your super across any combination of the eight investment options available to you. If you don’t choose an investment option your funds will automatically be invested 60% in Moderate and 40% in Conservative options.
Before choosing an investment option you should think about:
- your current financial position
- your age
- your plans for the future
- how long your Income Stream will need to last
- your risk and return preferences.
Each option has different objectives and characteristics for you to consider.
10 year return as at
30 / 11 / 2020
This option is structured for investors with an investment time horizon of at least 10 years. This option is invested in the range of 60 - 90% in growth assets (shares, certain types of property, private equity and other growth opportunities) and the balance in defensive assets (such as cash and fixed interest).
The Balanced investment option is expected to return 3.5% above inflation over an investment time horizon of at least 10 years. It is likely that a negative return might be expected to occur between four and six years in 20.
Investment objectives state what each option aims to achieve. They are designed to help members with their investment decisions. The objectives have been developed having regard for the long term performance and characteristics of financial markets and taking into account expert advice provided by specialist investment advisor, JANA. There is no guarantee, however, that the objectives will be met. This is because financial markets are volatile and future returns may vary from past returns. Indeed, for funds with exposure to growth assets there is a material likelihood that returns may be negative in any particular year.
Finding the right investment can be complicated.
Rates of return give you a recent and longer term perspective of how each option has performed. It is important to remember that past performance should not be taken as an indication of future performance.
Strategic Asset Allocation
The strategic asset allocations are determined by the investment objective for each option and are set annually.
These strategic asset allocations are associated with the Product Disclosure Statement dated 1 January 2020. For actual asset allocations, please click the option below. For actual asset allocations for TTR income streams, updated monthly click here.
Investment ReturnsThe below figures are net of investment fees. Rates of returns to 30 November 2020. Returns greater than one year have been annualised.
|1 mnth||3 mnths||FYTD||1 year||3 years||5 years||10 years|
Strategic Asset Allocation
- Yearly Strategic Asset Allocation
- Monthly Asset Allocation
|Diversified Strategies Growth||8%||0-20|
|Diversified Strategies Income||8%||0-20|
|Inflation Linked Securities||5%||0-15|
Yearly Strategic Asset Allocation Breakdown
|Inflation Linked Securities||5.40%|
|Diversified Strategies Income||7.60%|
|Diversified Strategies Growth||9.40%|