Even in an era of ubiquitous computing power STANLIB understands that building effective investment portfolios requires the creative and analytical genius of the human mind.
In this article we unpack two commonly-held assumptions: that one must be in the market on its best days to have a chance of long-term outperformance, and that market timing is impossible.
Listen to our portfolio managers’ insight as to how they are navigating current market themes and positioning the funds they manage within our core local fund range.
Over the last century, the rate of technological progress has far outpaced any period prior in human history, and we find ourselves in the midst of incredible change.
STANLIB is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, which is a poignant moment to reflect on our purpose, our past and our commitment to build a progressive investment management firm.
In this edition of STANDPOINT, we meet Vanessa Mathebula. Vanessa is a quantitative analyst in the Index Investments team at STANLIB, which she joined four months ago from Prescient Investment Management. Vanessa is not only skilled with numbers and data, she’s also passionate about health and well-being and specifically physical fitness.
South Africa finds itself in a precarious position. Over the past two years a wide range of global developments have had a largely adverse impact on South Africa’s macroeconomic environment.
The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.
The buying power of your money is a very important aspect, especially when it comes to investments. It is, therefore, important to use an investment vehicle that will not only grow by the inflation rate through time.
In this webinar, Rademeyer Vermaak and Vanessa Mathebula, share insights and provide a guide on how you can view any portfolio as if it were a stock, and from that infer an expected performance profile.
In this webinar, STANLIB’s Balanced Cautious Fund portfolio manager, Henk Viljoen and Balanced Fund portfolio manager, Kobus Nell, discuss their outlook for 2022.
Until monetary authorities provide clear guidance about future policy, volatility risks highlight the need for asset diversification in long-term investment portfolios