Armytage Australian Equity Income is an Managed Funds investment product that is benchmarked against ASX Index 200 Index and sits inside the Domestic Equity - Derivative Income Index. Think of a benchmark as a standard where investment performance can be measured. Typically, market indices like the ASX200 and market-segment stock indexes are used for this purpose. The Armytage Australian Equity Income has Assets Under Management of 42.49 M with a management fee of 0.97%, a performance fee of 0.00% and a buy/sell spread fee of 0.5%.
The recent investment performance of the investment product shows that the Armytage Australian Equity Income has returned -3.45% in the last month. The previous three years have returned 8.21% annualised and 13.76% each year since inception, which is when the Armytage Australian Equity Income first started.
There are many ways that the risk of an investment product can be measured, and each measurement provides a different insight into the risk present. They can be used on their own or together to perform a risk assessment before investing, but when comparing investments, it is common to compare like for like risk measurements to determine which investment holds the most risk. Since Armytage Australian Equity Income first started, the Sharpe ratio is 0.25 with an annualised volatility of 13.76%. The maximum drawdown of the investment product in the last 12 months is -8.02% and -34.55% since inception. The maximum drawdown is defined as the high-to-low decline of an investment during a particular time period.
Relative performance is what an asset achieves over a period of time compared to similar investments or its peers. Relative return is a measure of the asset's performance compared to the return to the other investment. The Armytage Australian Equity Income has a 12-month excess return when compared to the Domestic Equity - Derivative Income Index of -3.3% and 0.69% since inception.
Alpha is an investing term used to measure an investment's outperformance relative to a market benchmark or peer investment. Alpha describes the excess return generated when compared to peer investment. Armytage Australian Equity Income has produced Alpha over the Domestic Equity - Derivative Income Index of -0.26% in the last 12 months and 0.03% since inception.
For a full list of investment products in the Domestic Equity - Derivative Income Index category, you can click here for the Peer Investment Report.
Armytage Australian Equity Income has a correlation coefficient of 0.98 and a beta of 1.26 when compared to the Domestic Equity - Derivative Income Index. Correlation measures how similarly two investments move in relation to one another. This establishes a 'correlation coefficient', which has a value between -1.0 and +1.0. A 100% correlation between two investments means that the correlation coefficient is +1. Beta in investments measures how much the price moves relative to the broader market over a period of time. If the investment moves more than the broader market, it has a beta above 1.0. If it moves less than the broader market, then the beta is less than 1.0. Investments with a high beta tend to carry more risk but have the potential to deliver higher returns.
For a full quantitative report on Armytage Australian Equity Income and its peer investments, you can click here for the Peer Investment Report.
For a full quantitative report on Armytage Australian Equity Income compared to the ASX Index 200 Index, you can click here.
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