Introducing Cor Capital

Cor Capital believes that a large proportion of asset class returns are driven by changes in the expected direction and rate of both economic growth and inflation. The Manager also believes that such changes are not only unpredictable, but often occur quickly, and as a result of surprise events (Black Swans).
The Cor Capital Fund is strategically allocated across liquid assets that were carefully chosen based on their historical response to the above factors (inflation and growth). At any point in time, one or two factors will dominate and the Fund will always have significant positions in assets that will be performing well. Over time, positive contributions to performance will offset and outweigh negative contributions and the strategy will meet its objective of stable positive returns.
In the interests of avoiding complexity, maintaining liquidity, and minimising reliance on third parties, the Fund strategy does not employ gearing, sell derivatives, and does not short-sell or lend securities. The Fund does not invest in assets outside of Australian markets.
Visit the Cor Capital website for more information including the latest performance, Fund Fact Sheet and the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS).

ABC Bullion believes that physical precious metals like gold should form part of a well diversified investment portfolio. The Cor Capital fund has had a strategic allocation to gold since inception, providing stability for its investors, and improving risk-adjusted returns, whilst still allowing investors to benefit from income producing and growth assets. It’s a portfolio that i’m very happy to be a personal investor in”  - Janie Simpson, Managing Director, ABC Bullion


This chart displays the change in value of $1 invested in each of the Cor Strategy after fees (as described in the Product Disclosure Statement) bank bills and Australian equities. It also shows the actual performance of the Cor Capital Fund since inception in August 2012. Results for the Cor Strategy are theoretical and do not represent actual results. Neither theoretical or actual past returns should be taken as a prediction of likely future returns. Returns include the notional reinvestment of income. Source: Cor Capital Pty Ltd, IRESS.

Chart displays annual returns for the Cor Strategy as described in the Information Memoranda – August 2012 and September 2014. Actual performance for the Cor Capital Fund is shown for the period from inception in August 2012. Results for the Cor Strategy are theoretical and do not represent actual results. Neither theoretical or actual past returns should be taken as a prediction of likely future returns. Returns include the notional reinvestment of income. Source: Cor Capital Pty Ltd, IRESS.