- Risk asset markets continued to perform well in May, despite increasing geopolitical risks. Central bank liquidity, vaccine optimism, and the EU inching towards a more formal fiscal union were instead focal points.
- Credit spreads were 10-20bp tighter in Australia, with financials outperforming. US markets moved by more than this and higher- beta names continued to lead the way. New deal flow is seeing strong support.
- Nominal bond yields were little changed, although Australian rates avoided the small sell off seen in the US as the final cost of the JobKeeper allowance was revised substantially lower. Expectations for future inflation rose in line with risk sentiment, adding incremental returns in our Overlay.
|Month (%)||Quarter (%)||1 Year (% p.a.)||Since Inception* (%)|
|eInvest Core Income Fund (ECOR)||0.64||-1.55||-||-0.37|
|Daintree Core Income Trust||0.58||-1.53||1.44||2.62|
|RBA Cash Rate||0.02||0.08||0.75||0.28|
^ Inception date for ECOR was 22 November 2019 and inception date for the underlying Daintree Core Income Trust was 1 July 2017. Excess Return since inception is measured on the Daintree Trust. Performance shown above are net of fees. To give a long-term view of the fund performance in the asset class, we have shown the returns of the Daintree Core Income Trust. The Trust has identical investments. Fund returns are calculated using net asset value per unit of the underlying fund at the start and end of the specified period and do not reflect the brokerage or the bid/ask spread that investors incur when buying and selling units on the exchange. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance
ECOR Fund and Investment Objective
ECOR is an absolute return, cash plus, investment grade bond strategy. ECOR is not constrained by any traditional fixed income index, which provides us the flexibility to seek out the best risk adjusted returns available across regions, sectors and securities.
The aim of ECOR is to provide a steady stream of income and capital stability over the medium term by investing in a diversified portfolio of fixed income securities and cash. ECOR seeks to produce a return (net of fees) that exceeds the RBA Cash Rate by 1.50-2.00% p.a. within a cycle
- Modified duration: 0.84
- Portfolio Yield: 2.98
- Average Credit Quality: A
- Management Cost: 0.45% (incl of GST and RITC)
- Inception Date: 22 November 2019
- Monthly Cash Income: ECOR had a distribution of $0.035cpu in May 2020
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