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The main driver of identifying potential investments will be bottom up company analysis, however macro-economic conditions will be considered as part of the investment thesis for each stock.
The Glenmore Australian Equities Fund has a track record of 4 years and 10 months and therefore comparison over all market conditions and against its peers is limited. However, the fund has outperformed the ASX 200 Total Return Index since inception in June 2017, providing investors with an annualised return of 25.11% compared with the index's return of 9.95% over the same period.
On a calendar year basis, the fund hasn't experienced any negative annual returns in the 4 years and 10 months since its inception. Over the past 12 months, the fund's largest drawdown was -8.65% vs the index's -6.35%, and since inception in June 2017 the fund's largest drawdown was -36.91% vs the index's maximum drawdown over the same period of -26.75%. The fund's maximum drawdown began in October 2019 and lasted 1 year and 1 month, reaching its lowest point during March 2020. The fund had completely recovered its losses by November 2020.
The Manager has delivered these returns with 7.25% more volatility than the index, contributing to a Sharpe ratio which has only fallen below 1 once over the past four years and which currently sits at 1.11 since inception. The fund has provided positive monthly returns 90% of the time in rising markets and 39% of the time during periods of market decline, contributing to an up-capture ratio since inception of 232% and a down-capture ratio of 101%.