Satrix Resi Portfolio Rebalanced to Optimize Resource Sector Opportunities

  • The Satrix Resi Portfolio, registered under the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act, has undergone a rebalancing following the quarterly review of the FTSE/JSE Resource 10 Index.
  • Changes in constituent weightings have been made to align the portfolio with current market dynamics and investment objectives.
  • The rebalancing aims to enhance diversification and capitalize on emerging opportunities within the resource sector, while actively managing holdings to maximize returns for investors.

The Satrix Resi ETF Portfolio, registered under the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act, 45 of 2002, has adjusted the weightings of several constituents in response to the review. The complete list of constituents and their respective weightings, both prior to and after the rebalancing, is provided below:

CodeSharePrevious WeightNew Weight
AGLAnglo American plc27.46%30.95%
AMSAnglo American Plat Ltd4.03%3.71%
ANGAnglogold Ashanti Ltd11.20%11.57%
GFIGold Fields Ltd13.14%14.86%
GLNGlencore Plc6.06%5.72%
IMPImpala Platinum Hlgs Ltd9.91%7.87%
NPHNortham Platinum3.82%3.41%
SOLSasol Limited9.22%9.23%
SSWSibanye Stillwater Ltd7.50%5.68%

The changes to the constituent weightings came into effect on Monday, June 19, 2023, following the close of business on Thursday, June 15, 2023.

Rebalancing portfolios periodically is a common practice in the investment industry to ensure alignment with market conditions and investment objectives. The Satrix Resi Portfolio’s adjustments reflect the changing landscape of the FTSE/JSE Resource 10 Index and seek to optimize the portfolio’s performance based on the latest market insights.

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