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Gold miners lift JSE

04 June 2019

Gold miners lift JSE

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Market commentary

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South Africa

Despite investor fears around a global recession, the local market started the week in the green thanks to broad-based gains and a strong performance by gold miners. At the closing bell, the All Share rose 1.14%.

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United States

US markets started the week slow in light of regulatory risks around tech giants such as Alphabet and Amazon as well as pressures placed on the market by the tariff wars with China and now possibly Mexico. Shortly after the JSE closed, the Nasdaq was 1.57% down.

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Europe

European shares closed Monday on a high thanks to the healthcare sector offsetting losses experienced by financials and the tech sector. The STOXX 600 closed 0.39% up.

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Hong Kong

The ever-escalating trade dispute between China and the US heightened investor fears on Monday about a global economic slowdown and pushed Chinese and Hong Kong shares down a bearish path. The Shanghai Composite Index ended the day 0.30% in the negative.

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Japan

The Nikkei dropped on Monday as investors stepped away from risk-heavy investments due to worries that the continued trade disputes with the US could plunder the world economy into a recession. At the end of trade, the Nikkei was 0.92% down.

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Rand

Although experts fear a volatile week ahead for the local currency, the rand was one of the best performing emerging market currencies on Monday, brushing off the weak economic data from earlier in the day. At 20h00, the rand traded at R14.45 against the dollar.

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Precious metals

Washington’s trade spats with China, the EU and possibly Mexico rattled investors on Monday, pushing them to safer investments, helping gold reach its highest level in almost two months. At 20h00, an ounce of spot gold cost $1 325.16.

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Oil

The oil price had a mixed start to the week due to the US’s tariff disputes with China and Mexico, which lead to concerns around a dampened demand, and Saudi Arabia indicated to production cuts. At 20h00, a barrel of Brent crude traded at $62.79.


Market indicators

Local markets (R)
Index Current level 1 Day move 1 Month move 3 Month move 6 Month move 1 Year move
ALSI 56 286.31 1.14 - 5.06 1.51 9.85 1.56
Gold mining 1 673.40 3.62 19.13 4.02 51.95 65.70
Basic minerals 31 139.89 0.55 - 4.72 - 2.51 18.42 15.36
Industrial index 76 385.88 1.50 - 5.96 4.01 9.02 - 4.11
Financial 42 126.04 1.04 - 3.59 1.10 3.82 0.97
Fin + Ind 30 7 693.49 1.35 - 5.18 2.99 7.19 - 2.46
International markets (Base currency)
Index Current level 1 Day move 1 Month move 3 Month move 6 Month move 1 Year move
Dow Jones (USD) 24 819.78 0.02 - 5.99 - 4.05 - 2.78 3.10
S&P 500 PR (USD) 2 744.45 - 0.28 - 6.62 - 1.63 - 0.63 2.38
NASDAQ (USD) 7 333.02 - 1.61 - 10.04 - 3.18 - 0.90 - 1.88
FT-100 (GBP) 7 184.80 0.32 - 2.12 2.53 4.13 - 2.52
Hang Seng (HKD) 26 893.86 - 0.02 - 9.60 - 5.46 0.47 - 8.34
Nikkei 225 (JPY) 20 410.88 - 0.92 - 8.30 - 4.75 - 8.61 - 6.01
MSCI World (USD) 5 936.42 - 0.06 - 5.81 1.10 0.11 - 1.12
Frankfurt (EUR) 5 264.55 0.56 - 4.99 1.65 2.86 - 7.32
Other markets
Index Current level 1 Day move 1 Month move 3 Month move 6 Month move 1 Year move
Gold ($) 1 313.95 1.39 3.46 0.31 6.73 1.14
Platinum ($) 797.00 0.50 - 6.57 - 7.54 - 1.73 - 12.42
Brent Oil ($) 61.28 - 4.98 - 13.51 - 5.82 - 0.66 - 20.20
Rand/USD 14.45 0.73 0.55 -1.83 -3.70 -14.28
Rand/GBP 18.31 0.53 3.36 1.84 -3.23 -8.26
Rand/EUR 16.26 0.07 -0.18 -1.41 -2.85 -9.97
ALBI (R) 670.23 0.52 1.18 3.61 6.30 8.84
  1. Some data may be delayed, the above table reflects the latest available information
  2. Performance reported during the first week of each month may be impacted by distributions. Distributions are fully accounted for by the second week of each month


Economic calendar

Local International
  1. ZA: GDP growth rate 1Q
  1. US: Fed Chair Powell Speech
  2. EU: Inflation rate May

Source: Reuters, Business Day, Trading Economics


PSG Product Matrix

Fund matrix

PSG Wealth Solutions
Fund 6 Month move 1 Year move 2 Year move 3 Year move 4 Year move 5 Year move
PSG Wealth Enhanced Interest D 3.95 7.99 8.01 8.09 7.90 7.55
PSG Wealth Income FoF D 4.30 7.59 7.74 8.11 8.11 8.06
PSG Wealth Preserver FoF D 4.41 4.86 5.20 4.85 5.93 6.90
PSG Wealth Moderate FoF D 4.88 2.89 3.82 3.45 4.63 6.12
PSG Wealth Creator FoF D 5.36 - 0.74 2.09 2.68 2.25 3.93
PSG Wealth Global Moderate FF D 8.72 15.12 7.64 1.52 5.92 8.27
PSG Wealth Global Creator FF D 11.60 20.72 13.51 7.60 11.60 -
PSG Wealth Solutions ($)
Fund 6 Month move 1 Year move 2 Year move 3 Year move 4 Year move 5 Year move
PSG Wealth Global Moderate FoF D 1.46 - 1.99 1.45 3.66 0.91 1.11
PSG Wealth Global Creator FoF D 4.20 2.44 6.86 9.83 6.29 6.22
PSG Wealth Global Preserver FoF (USD) D 3.62 2.92 2.26 4.34 3.20 3.00
PSG Wealth Global Flexible FoF (USD) D 4.19 4.41 6.18 9.44 6.62 5.78
PSG Wealth Solutions (£)
Fund 6 Month move 1 Year move 2 Year move 3 Year move 4 Year move 5 Year move
PSG Wealth Global Preserver FoF (GBP) D 4.18 6.45 3.09 7.80 6.67 6.82
PSG Wealth Global Flexible FoF (GBP) D 5.34 9.34 6.26 13.36 10.19 10.95
PSG Asset Management
Fund 6 Month move 1 Year move 2 Year move 3 Year move 4 Year move 5 Year move
PSG Money Market A 2.97 6.63 7.04 7.24 7.12 6.95
PSG Income A 4.17 8.18 8.28 8.54 8.17 7.86
PSG Diversified Income 3.38 6.55 7.34 7.69 7.76 7.65
PSG Stable A - 0.31 0.93 4.58 5.21 5.61 6.46
PSG Balanced A - 4.11 - 4.40 1.75 3.37 3.68 5.74
PSG Flexible A - 3.56 - 4.31 1.75 3.67 4.39 6.42
PSG SA Equity D - 7.02 - 13.60 - 2.64 2.32 - -
PSG Equity A - 6.12 - 8.74 - 0.57 3.44 1.39 3.85
PSG Global Flexible FF A - 3.00 2.75 2.82 0.79 4.96 -
PSG Global Equity FF A - 4.91 0.33 2.78 1.73 4.57 6.62
PSG Asset Management ($)
Fund 6 Month move 1 Year move 2 Year move 3 Year move 4 Year move 5 Year move
PSG Global Flexible USD A - 8.84 - 12.04 - 2.80 3.59 0.44 0.52
PSG Global Equity USD - 10.35 - 13.71 - 2.70 4.62 0.06 0.09
PSG Direct Portfolios
Fund 6 Month move 1 Year move 2 Year move 3 Year move 4 Year move 5 Year move
PSG Direct Flexible Income 3.51 6.92 7.30 7.59 7.41 7.19
PSG Direct Low Equity - 0.72 0.28 3.98 4.78 5.11 6.05
PSG Direct Managed - 4.18 - 4.81 1.29 2.98 3.39 5.43
PSG Direct Aggressive - 4.32 - 4.42 1.01 2.69 3.38 -
PSG Direct Global Managed - 3.22 2.28 2.35 0.34 4.48 -
PSG Direct Global Aggressive - 4.41 0.77 2.34 0.93 4.25 -
  1. The PSG Wealth Solutions are exclusively available through registered PSG planners and/or advisers
  2. The above information reflects the latest available data at time of distribution, as such product performance data reflects T-2 numbers
  3. Performance reported during the first week of each month may be impacted by distributions. Distributions are fully accounted for by the second week of each month
  4. The PSG Best Ideas Portfolios were renamed to the PSG Direct Portfolios in February 2018

Equity portfolio matrix

PSG Wealth House View Portfolios
Portfolio 6 Month move 1 Year move 2 Year move 3 Year move 4 Year move 5 Year move
PSG Wealth SA Equity Portfolio 1.52 -6.76 1.66 1.86 - -
PSG Wealth SA Property Equity Portfolio - 7.50 - 14.12 - 7.75 - 7.04 - -
PSG Wealth SA Dividend Income Equity Portfolio 3.70 -4.87 4.93 5.16 - -
PSG Wealth Offshore Equity Portfolio (USD) 0.99 6.37 9.31 12.05 - -
PSG Wealth Managed Volatility Equity Portfolio -1.10 -11.37 -3.59 - - -
  1. The PSG Wealth equity portfolios are exclusively available through registered PSG planners and/or advisers
  2. PSG Wealth equity portfolio performance are shown gross of management fees, but net of brokerage and other trading costs
  3. PSG Wealth SA and Offshore Equity Portfolio Inception date: 30 August 2015
  4. PSG Wealth SA Listed Property Portfolio Inception date: 1 December 2015
  5. PSG Wealth Dividend Income Equity Portfolio Inception date: 29 April 2016
  6. PSG Wealth Managed Volatility Equity Portfolio Inception date: 28 July 2016
  7. PSG Wealth Funds are exclusively available through registered PSG planners and/or advisers


Recent Investment Ideas

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Highlights

  • We recommend a neutral positioning for GRT SJ; click here to read the full report on our secure site.
  • Although the current distribution yield of 8.84% is enticing (well ahead of its long-term average and is guided to grow by 4.50% in the current year), locally, property fundamentals are deteriorating.
  • We feel that weak property fundamentals are fairly reflected in the valuation and would recommend a neutral position relative to the benchmark.


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Highlights

  • We recommend an overweight positioning for MMI SJ; click here to read the full report on our secure site.
  • Strong growth was seen in Momentum Life, which constitutes a third of the total earnings, due to management tightening expenses, improving productivity and enhancing the product offering.
  • The improved earnings are likely to support higher dividend payments, which are likely to underpin the share price.


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Highlights

  • We recommend an underweight positioning for HEIA NA; click here to read the full report on our secure site.
  • New product innovations such as low and non-alcoholic extensions to the Heineken brand is a growth prospect, although the threat of it cannibalising other brands within the portfolio is present.
  • We believe the share is fully valued at current levels, trading at a forward P/E of 20.83 times, one standard deviation away from its average forward P/E of 19.47 times.


Corporate actions

Date Company Share code Expectation
05 June 2019 AECI Limited 5.5 percent Cumulative Preference Shares AFEP Cash Distribution
05 June 2019 Astral Foods Limited ARL Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 Barloworld Limited BAW Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 Coronation Fund Managers Limited CML Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 FirstRand Bank Limited Dollar Custodial CERTS DCCUSD Interest Payment
05 June 2019 Dis-Chem harmacies Limited DCP Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 Gemgrow Properties Limited "A" GPA Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 Gemgrow Properties Limited "B" GPB Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 Indluplace Properties Limited ILU Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 Investec Limited Non-Redeemable Non-Cumulative Non-Participating Preference Shares INLP Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 Investec Plc Non-Redeemable Non-Cumulative Non-Participating Preference Shares INPP Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 Kaap Agri Limited KAL Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 Oasis Crescent Property Fund (REIT) OAS DRIP
Option 1 - (Cash Dividend) Gross - ZAR0.57445479Less 20% DWT - ZAR0.114890958Net - ZAR0.459563832
Option 2 (Reinvestment) Reinvestment Price - ZAR21.98
Default - Option 2 (Reinvestment)
05 June 2019 Pick n' Pay Stores Limited PIK Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 RDI REIT Plc RPL Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 Spear REIT Limited SEA Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 The Spar Group Limited SPP Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 Transaction Capital Limited TCP Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 Tharisa Plc THA Cash Dividend
05 June 2019 Wilderness Holdings Ltd WIL Voluntary Offer
  1. The information above is to the best of our knowledge correct at the time of distribution but due to the nature thereof cannot be guaranteed.
  2. This document only contains general information and not the opinion of the distributor.

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