An alternative to cash and money market investments

Over the past year, the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) has cut interest rates by 3%. Investments in call accounts, fixed deposits and money market accounts are currently yielding between 3 – 4.5% per annum.

The Marriott High Income Fund is a low-risk unit trust fund that has a primary objective of providing investors with a high-income yield as well as protecting investor’s capital over the term of the investment.

Marriott High Income Fund has a proven track record of providing investors with a predictable high level of income. Marriott High Income Fund has consistently provided inflation-beating returns whilst protecting investor’s capital.

  • Entry yield of 6.08%
  • Suitable for investors looking for an alternative to cash
  • No fixed term on the investment, funds readily realisable

The Fund is actively managed and due to its flexible mandate, we believe the portfolio will continue to deliver inflation-beating returns whilst protecting capital over a 24 month period. For more information or to discuss how to invest in the Marriott High Income Fund please contact Kevin or Greg on 041 373 0601.

we believe the portfolio will continue to deliver inflation-beating returns whilst protecting capital over a 24 month period. For more information or to discuss how to invest in the Marriott High Income Fund please contact Kevin or Greg on 041 373 0601.

Financial Services Conduct Authority (FSCA) issues second crypto health warning for consumers

Last week the FSCA noted once again, the large number of investors who have reported financial losses from investing in Crypto assets. The FSCA again reminded consumers who wish to invest in any investment asset or product – specifically unregulated, risky ones such as cryptos – that if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is! Consumer caution is strongly advised to avoid painful or catastrophic financial losses.  To read more of the FSCA’s warning please click on the link.