What sort of returns can we expect to get from our investment in Fisher Funds?
We never make predictions about future returns because past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance. Returns will vary depending on the movement of financial markets, the investments selected for the fund/s, and the value of dividends paid by those companies.
Movement in asset prices can be more volatile especially over shorter periods of time. However, over longer time periods, five years or more, money invested in shares has historically "appreciated" or grown more than money invested in bonds or other securities.
What happens to the dividends you have received from the companies you invest in?
In the case of the New Zealand Growth Fund, the Australian Growth Fund, the International Growth Fund and the Property & Infrastructure Fund, the dividends are reinvested into the funds and used to purchase further securities.
How do I calculate the value of my investment?
You can check the value of your investments using our online access facility at any time. Login or register.
All investors will be sent valuations of their holdings twice a year as at 31 March and 30 September. You can also calculate the value of your holding at any time by multiplying the number of units you own by the latest unit price for the Fund, however there may be PIE tax payable on the balance you calculate which could reduce the amount if you withdrew your investment. The unit prices for the funds are updated daily on our website, or you can phone or email us to obtain them.