Our three Growth portfolios have an 80%, 90% and 100% equity allocation respectively. They are suitable for people with a medium-to-high risk tolerance. If you intend to hold your investments for the longer term, can bear market fluctuations with relative ease and understand that there can be short-term periods of poor performance, these portfolios are for you.
Below you can see how our 90% equity portfolio has performed over a number of 12 month periods.
This portfolio has grown by 29.83% from when it was launched on 6th July 2017 to 31st March 2021.
This gives an average annualised performance of 7.24% to the end of the last quarter.
It is important to remember that these performance figures only illustrate a single snapshot of time. Over multiple timeframes as shown in the table below, you can get a better perspective on how the strategy has performed.
|Period||Our Performance||Peer Group Performance||Difference|
|12 months to 31/03/21||36.42%||31.72%||4.70%|
|12 months to 31/12/20||5.67%||5.21%||0.46%|
|12 months to 30/09/20||-1.44%||-0.25%||-1.19%|
|12 months to 30/06/20||-1.47%||-1.12%||-0.35%|
|12 months to 31/03/20||-11.98%||-9.65%||-2.33%|
|12 months to 31/12/19||21.11%||18.04%||3.07%|
|12 months to 30/09/19||4.06%||3.84%||0.22%|
|12 months to 30/06/19||4.41%||4.02%||0.39%|
|12 months to 31/03/19||5.69%||6.04%||-0.35%|
|12 months to 31/12/18||-7.32%||-6.50%||-0.82%|
|12 months to 30/09/18||8.57%||6.53%||2.04%|
To put these figures in context, it's useful to compare them against an appropriate benchmark. To do this, we've used the ARC Equity Risk Index which illustrates the average performance of our peer group across a number of risk levels. Over 50 investment services in the UK contribute to the ARC, including Barclays, UBS, Charles Stanley & Rathbones, making it a great tool for analysing how similar offerings have performed.
The average underlying fund fees for our conventional portfolios is 0.17% per annum.
All quoted performance figures are net of Wealthsimple’s standard 0.70% annual charge and the underlying fund fees.
Past performance is not an indicator of future outcomes.