25% of participants predicted the Rand/Dollar exchange rate to be below R13 by 30 April 2016. The exchange rate at 30 April 2016 was R14.21/USD.
23% of participants predicted local equities to be the top performing asset class by 30 April 2016. The top performing asset class (in ZAR) was global bonds at 24.35% for the 1 year.
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The Satrix Property Index A1 Fund and the Sanlam Investment Management (SIM) Property A Fund were the most popular funds.
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Three entrants allocated a full 100% to one fund only, namely:
The lowest allocation to a fund was 2.00% - towards the SIM Inflation Plus Fund. The average fund allocation was 20.63%.
On average, entrants selected five funds for their portfolios, with one being the minimum and 10 being the maximum number.
Active funds had the highest allocation, followed by passive and then multi-managed funds. Within the passive category, the Satrix Property Index Fund had the highest allocation; within active the SIM Property Fund; and within multi-managed the Sanlam Multi Managed Balanced Fund of Funds.
Winner: R25 000 unit trust
First runner up: R15 000 unit trust
Second runner up: R10 000 unit trust
Competition commenced 1 May 2015
Competition closes 30 April 2016
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