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Yield Matters   

16 April 2019

XTB Price Sheets

Time to take some risk off the table?

"Only when the tide goes out do you discover who’s been swimming naked"

If I had said to you on New Year’s Eve, that you could get a total return of around 12% from your equity portfolio in 2019, would you have taken it?

Well, to 9 April, the ASX 200 Accumulation Index has returned 11.64%. If you answered yes, should you take your money out of the market and go to safety for the rest of the year - lock in a safe and easy 14-15% total return for 2019?

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Bond Bites: Simon Riordan talks to Ian Martin

CIO Ian Martin discusses the recent XTB portfolio performance of up to 9.8% p.a.

Ian Martin explains what's behind the recent performance of the Concentrated High Yield Portfolio. He also takes us through the Maturity Ladder portfolio returns and who this portfolio could be of interest to. Simon asks Ian what his view is for the next twelve months and the pros and cons of floating rate vs fixed rate bonds.

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Q1 2019 XTB Portfolio Performance

Total Return up to 9.80% p.a.

XTB portoflios continue to out-perform the Index and many fixed income alternatives. The XTB Concentrated High Yield portfolio delivered an annual total return of 9.80%, and since inception, a return of 7.14%. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. 

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Making the benefits of corporate bonds accessible to the everyday investor

Richard Murphy, CEO and co-founder of the XTB range of corporate bond securities on ASX, joined host David Stratford on the latest edition of the popular Nest Egg podcast. He outlines exactly what XTBs are and how they have made corporate bonds – previously out of reach to most of us – available to the everyday Australian investor on the ASX.

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XTBs approaching maturity
Over $13 million due to be returned to investors 
 
YTMF06: SUNCORP - BBSW + 1.10% 23 APR 2019
YTMNAB: NAB 4.25% 20 MAY 2019
YTMF05: NAB BBSW + 0.85% 20 MAY 2019 


Call us on 1800 995 993 to discuss alternatives. Always read the PDS.

Upcoming XTB coupons 

17 APR: YTMF07 - ANZ BBSW + 0.82% 17 APR 2020
19 APR: YTMTL2 - Telstra 4.00% 19 APR 2027 
19 APR: YTMF16 - Westpac BBSW + 0.81% 27 OCT 2022
20 APR: YTMAP1 - APA 3.75% 20 OCT 2023
23 APR: YTMSCG - Scentre 5.00% 23 OCT 2019
23 APR: YTMF06 - Suncorp BBSW + 1.10% 23 APR 2019 - Maturing
26 APR: YTMVC1 - Vicinity 4.00% 26 ARR 2027
26 APR: YTMVCX - Vicinity 3.50% 26 APR 2024
27 APR: YTMQF1 - Qantas 6.50% 27 APR 2020 
28 APR: YTMAZJ - Aurizon 5.75% 28 OCT 2020
05 MAY: YTMAGL - AGL 5.00% 05 NOV 2021
05 MAY: YTMDX1 - Dexus 4.75% 05 NOV 2025 
06 MAY: YTMF08 - BOQ BBSW + 1.07% 06 NOV 2019

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ASX 30-Day Interbank Cash Rate Future Implied Yield Curve

As at market close 11 Apr 2019 (source ASX) 

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