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Nedgroup Investments Stable Fund (Class C)

Code: NISCA

Overview of Nedgroup Stable Fund

The Nedgroup Stable fund is a relatively conservative fund which is managed by Dave Foord from Foord Asset Management. The fund is a low equity, multi asset domestic fund, although it does invest in foreign assets (up to 25%).

Fund performance

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Suitable for investors who...

  • Are saving for retirement
  • Are looking for capital protection (in real terms), rather than trying to maximise capital appreciation.
  • Are not requiring complex asset allocation decision making.

Benchmark

Inflation + 4% per annum over rolling three year periods.

Strategy of Nedgroup Investments Stable Fund

The Nedgroup Stable Fund is diversified across a range of assets, including equity, bonds, property and cash. The Nedgroup Investments Stable Fund is compliant with the prudential guidelines which govern pension funds.

Fund Manager

Dave Foord

Dave Foord

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Calculate my income in retirement
Calculate how much to save for retirement
How old are you?
What is your life expectancy?
What monthly income (pre-tax) do you currently require?
What is the total of your current retirement savings?
How old are you?
At what age do you want to retire?
What is your current monthly income?
What percentage of your current income will you require at retirement?
How much have you already saved for retirement?
How much can you contribute per month?
By how much can you increase your monthly contributions per year?