Listed investment funds in Australia — Australia foundation investment company, AMP capital, Alternative Investment Trust

Some of the listed investment funds in Australia include Australia foundation investment company, AMP capital, Alternative Investment Trust.  We have reviewed their corporate strategies going forward.

Alternative investment trust, formerly Everest Babcock & Brown alternative investment trust has investments in a portfolio of international absolute return funds and selected direct investments in support of debt and equity co-investments. The investment portfolio comprises exposure to a mix of investment managers and investment strategies aiming to generate attractive risk-adjusted returns over the medium to long-term annual market conditions with particular focus on capital preservation.

AMP capital of China growth fund is an investment fund managed by MP capital, which provides investors with access to Chinese sharemarket. The fund, with over 101 billion in funds under management, investing over 1300 shares listed on the Shanghai or Shenzhen stock exchanges, diversified across a broad range of sectors, from the period 10 January 2007 to 30 September 2008 the company showed an absolute return of 25.8% this is compared to the total return index on the Chinese stock exchange of 16.6%. The fund’s investment management team focuses on quality businesses with good long-term prospects in order to make the most of China’s long-term growth.

Australian foundation investment Co Ltd is an Australian investment company specialising in investing in Australian equities. The company seeks to identify stocks of superior value in long-term sustainable earnings growth prospects. Aboard up approach her screams the universe using traditional value metrics such as price and multiples and giving you a high value relative to market for the latter is critical for potential investment company surpass initial review are subjected to extensive quality of assessment of balance sheet and management strength and business strategies and less reliance is mainly placed on broker research for detailed financial analysis, especially modelling, freeing the company’s own staff are extensive company contact is the main basis for determining business quality and sustainability and earnings generation capacity. The breadth of industry experience and corporate connections of an actively involved management committee gives the company competitive edge in making these assessments. The company also runs a training portfolio, Ltd to 10% of overall assets, that permits it to take advantage of short-term opportunities arise including through writing call options against Holdings. The company has a somewhat stronger self-discipline and often found in by old investors apparently been prepared to remove the stock reasonably quickly sure its view of it fundamentally change. Moreover the training component allows it to reduce holdings at the margin quickly. The company typically holds 8200 stocks and has an annual turnover of 5 to 10% increasing the attraction of tax conscious investors.

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