Spectrum’s Strategic Income Fund (SSIF) is an actively managed fund that has consistently generated returns in the top quartile of its peer group. Negative returns are rare and Spectrum has made distributions from its funds in every quarter since their inception in 2002. Download SSIF unit price history.
|Performance (after fees) – Periods to 3o April 2017|
1. The inception date of the Spectrum Strategic Income Fund (previously called EQT Spectrum Credit Opportunities Fund) is 31 May 2009. 2. The Spectrum return is the total net return of the Spectrum Strategic Income Fund after the deduction of ongoing fees and expenses assuming the reinvestment of all distributions. Source: EQT and RBA. All returns are shown to two decimal places. Returns for more than one year are annualised. Total returns include realised and unrealised gains and losses plus income and are time weighted rates of return that adjust for external cash flows. Valuations are computed and performance reported in Australian dollars. 3. Index for comparison is the RBA Official Rate.
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Morningstar Rating for Spectrum Strategic Income Fund
Morningstar Ratings, as of 31 December 2016
3 Year ★★★★
5 Year ★★★★★
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SQM Research Rating for Spectrum Strategic Income Fund
Spectrum’s Strategic Income Fund has a 4 star ‘Superior Investment Grade’ rating by SQM Research. Click here to read the full SQM Research Fund Report.
Spectrum Strategic Income Fund Comparison with Cash and Equities
As of 31 October 2016.