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IMP Monthly Report | January 2021

 

IMP Monthly Report  |  January 2021

For the most part, January was a relatively quiet month on the macro-economic and political front, allowing markets to continue their pre-Christmas trend higher amidst continued confidence in a global recovery aided by continued (and further) monetary and fiscal policy stimulus.

Despite a significant pull-back at the end of the month, the Australian share market (as measured by the S&P/ASX 200 Index) managed to post a 0.31% gain in January for its fourth consecutive monthly rise. This compared favourably with weaker market performances in the US (Dow Jones Industrial Average -2.04%, S&P 500 Index -1.11%, although of note the Nasdaq did post a healthy 1.42% gain) and European markets (FTSE -0.82%, Germany -1.98%), but trailed solid returns in the Asian region (Nikkei +0.80%, Honk Kong +3.87%), and in line with China’s Shanghai Composite 0.29%.

Against the continued positive trend our IMP models posted mixed performances during the month… Continue through to the full report here.

The links below will take you to the January 2021 Holdings & Yield Forecast charts for each of our portfolios:

IMP 100I  a model portfolio designed to more for income than growth with the majority of the funds invested in the top 100 ASX listed companies

IMP 100T  |  a model portfolio designed to more for growth than income with the majority of the funds invested in the top 100 ASX listed companies

IMP 200  |  a model portfolio designed with the majority of the funds invested in the top 200 ASX listed companies

IMP 300  |  a model portfolio designed with the majority of the funds invested in the top 300 ASX listed companies

YMP a model portfolio designed for income with the majority of the funds invested in the top 100 ASX listed companies

For more information about our Individually Managed Portfolios, contact us to speak to one of our specialists.