The DJE Premium - Malina invests primarily worldwide in listed shares and bonds of all types and investment funds. Investments in investment funds are mainly equity, bond and mixed funds. The use of derivatives is also envisaged. Depending on the market situation, the allocation of assets can be held and adjusted primarily in investment funds.
Responsible manager since inception
|VG/KVG:||DJE Investment S.A.|
|Fund Manager:||DJE Kapital AG|
|This sub-fund/fund promotes ESG features in accordance with Article 6 of the Disclosure Regulation (EU Nr. 2019/2088).|
|Type of Share:||accumulation|
|Financial Year:||01.01. - 31.12.|
|Fund Size (06/12/2021):||12,55 Mio EUR|
|TER p.a. (30/12/2020):||1,42 %|
|Reference Index:||75.00% MSCI World, 25.00% JPM GBI Global Unhedged in EUR|
|Initial Charge:||6,000 %|
|Management Fee p.a.:||0,650 %|
|Custodian Fee p.a.:||0,070 %|
|Advisory Fee p.a.:||0,35 %|
Ratings & Awards (06/12/2021)
Performance in Percent vs. Reference Index
|Standard Deviation (2 years):||9,82 %|
|Tracking Error (2 years):||10,77 %|
|Value at Risk (99% / 20 days):||-6,04 %|
|Maximum Drawdown (1 year):||-6,09 %|
|Sharpe Ratio (2 years):||0,82|
|Correlation (2 years):||0,46|
|Beta (2 years):||0,45|
|Treynor Ratio (2 years):||17,82|
Top Country Allocation (30/11/2021)
|United States||9,59 %|
Asset Allocation (30/11/2021)
The DJE Premium - Malina is an international Multi Asset Fund. Based on the principal of risk diversification, the fund invests in equities and similar transferable securities such as coupons and options, as well as bonds, convertibles, warrants and other fixed interest securities (including zero coupon bonds). The allocation to each asset class is actively managed based on assessment. The investment focus is derived from our three dimensional FMM method, which takes into account (F)undamental, (M)onetary and technical (M)arket conditions. Additionally, the DJE Premium - Malina has the flexibility to react fast and cost-efficiently to sudden market changes using futures and options. In summary, the fund offers the possibility to participate in the growth opportunities of the global equity and bond markets, to utilise an efficient mixture of stocks and bonds with strategic risk diversification.
- Efficient mixture of equities and bonds with strategic risk diversification
- Experienced fund manager with an analytical approach that has been tried and tested for many years
- The opportunities of the global equity and bond markets may be used – the fund is not restricted to one region or country
- Equities may be subject to significant price falls
- Previously proven investment approach does not guarantee future investment success
- Price risks of bonds when interest rates rise
- Issuer country, credit and liquidity risks
- Currency risks resulting from the portfolio’s foreign investments
In October the international stock markets were able to compensate the losses of previous month and performed well with the exception of Japan, Korea and Brazil. The German DAX index gained 2.81% and the broad European index Stoxx Europe 600 rose 4.55%. The US S&P 500 index climbed 7.21% and Hong Kong's Hang Seng index also advanced 3.63%. Global equities, as measured by the MSCI World, gained 5.88% - all index data in euro terms. In October equity markets benefited from positive quarterly results in the US and Europe. In the US around three quarters of companies beat expectations, in Europe it was over two thirds. This and the prospect of an expected robust economy with normalizing inflation in the coming year brightened the mood on the markets. This was complemented by the expectation that the US Federal Reserve would only cautiously tighten the liquidity tap, while the European Central Bank would maintain its expansionary monetary policy. These factors were more important than concerns about continued supply bottlenecks and rising commodity prices, including oil, copper and wheat. Inflationary pressures therefore remained high for the time being. In the USA the inflation rate was 5.4% compared to the same month last year, in the euro area it was probably 4.1%. In Germany supply bottlenecks in particular weighed on the mood of the economy, as capacity utilization in industries is falling and rising prices in trade are causing pessimism. The German ifo Business Climate Index fell from 98.9 to 97.7 points, declining for the fourth month in a row. At sector level all industries in the MSCI World were able to develop positively with the exception of telecommunications. The sectors automotive, financial services and technology performed particularly well. In China the official Purchasing Managers' Index for manufacturing continued to decline, falling four basis points to 49.2. Its counterpart for services also fell, ending the month at 52.4. Here, too, the reasons are likely to be the rising commodity prices and the continuing uncertainty with regard to the further development of the Chinese real estate market. On the bond side, inflationary pressures and the expected reduction of liquidity in the USA caused interest rates to rise. 10-year German government bonds rose from -0.20% to -0.11%. Their US counterparts yielded 1.55%, 6 basis points higher than previous month. Gold was able to benefit somewhat from the ongoing inflation. The price for the troy ounce rose by around 1.7% to 1,789 US dollars The US dollar appreciated moderately against the euro from 0.864 to 0.865 euros.
Figures subject to revision by the auditors on the reporting dates. The published information does not constitute investment advice or a recommendation, but only provides a brief summary of the key features of the fund. The current sales documents (Key Investor Information Document, prospectus, annual report and - if the annual report is older than eight months - the semi-annual report) for the respective investment funds form the sole basis for the purchase of securities. The sales documents are available at no charge at the respective fund company, the distribution company or at www.dje.de.
All data and estimates are indicative and may change at any time. This information is based on our assessment of current legal and tax regulations. The data were carefully compiled, but no guarantee can be given for the accuracy of such information. All data are subject to change.
The performance is calculated using the BVI (Bundesverband Investment und Asset Management e.V.) method, i.e. without taking into account the subscription fee. Individual expenses such as fees, commissions and other charges are not taken into account in the data and would have a detrimental effect on the performance if they were. The subscription fees payable reduce the invested capital as well as the performance depicted. Data on past performance are not a reliable indicator of future performance.
The tax treatment depends on the individual circumstances of the investor and may be subject to change. Please see the prospectus for more detailed tax information.
In connection with brokering fund units, the Dr. Jens Ehrhardt Group and its distribution partners may receive reimbursements from costs charged to the funds by the investment companies in accordance with the respective prospectuses.
The units of this fund that are issued may only be sold or offered for sale in jurisdictions in which such offer or sale is permitted. Therefore the units of this fund may not be offered for sale or sold in the USA, or offered for sale or sold to or for the account of US citizens or US persons resident in the USA.
This document and the information it contains may not be distributed in the USA. The distribution and publication of this document and the offer or sale of units may also be subject to restrictions in other jurisdictions.
The management company of the funds is DJE Investment S.A., Distributor is the DJE Kapital AG. A summary of investors' rights can be obtained free of charge in English in electronic form on DJE‘s website at www.dje.de/summary-of-investor-rights. The funds described in this marketing document may have been notified for distribution in different EU Member States. Investors' attention is drawn to the fact that the relevant management company may decide to withdraw the arrangements it has made for the distribution of the units of its funds in accordance with Article 93a of Directive 2009/65/EC and Article 32a of Directive 2011/61/EU.