Our investment managers are responsible for selecting high quality investments and taking advantage of market conditions to make sure we get the best possible returns for you.
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The chart below shows the value of $1,000 over time, using monthly investment returns. Select a year from the date bar below to see a particular time period.
Please note, on 15 August 2016, the names of three of our pre-mixed options were updated as follows: from Diversified to Growth, from Balanced to Balanced Growth and from Capital Guarded to Conservative Growth.
How we invest your money
It’s our job to make your super work harder so you can enjoy greater security in retirement, and that starts with making good investment decisions.
We grow the real value of your savings by delivering competitive returns and managing risk and market volatility. And we put the power back in your hands by offering a range of investment options covering a range of asset classes.
To help you make an informed decision about your investments, we provide help and educational seminars at no extra cost.
So if you’re completely new to investing or just want to know you’re making the right decisions, get in touch with our team of super advisers today.I want someone to help me make an investment choice
What you need to know
Investment returns can be positive or negative depending on how the market’s performing. This is reflected in the way unit prices regularly move up and down.
Your investment returns are calculated after allowing for tax on investment income and investment management expenses, but before the deduction of administration fees from your account balance.
Neither the investments of First State Super nor payments of capital to members are guaranteed by the Trustee.
Past performance is not a reliable indicator nor is it a guarantee of future performance. The value of investments can rise or fall.
* FYTD means Financial Year to Date starting from 1 July.
Reporting of past investment performance following the merger of the First State Super and Health Super investment options
On 1 July 2012 all Health Super investment options were closed and merged into a comparable First State Super investment option.
Investment performance for the merged investment options for periods prior to this date are calculated using a weighted average return. Returns are calculated by multiplying the proportion of money in each fund by the investment return of the fund.
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Pre-Merger investment returns
View investment returns predating our merger with Health Super
When we came together with Health Super in 2012, our historical investment performance data was merged.
Short term trends don’t always reflect long term results
Unit prices give you a snapshot of what your super or income stream is worth at a specific point in time. When deciding how you’d like to invest your super, performance over the longer term can give you a more accurate idea of returns.
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