For the month of February 2016 Cadence Capital Limited returned a negative gross performance of 7.38% compared to a decrease in the All Ordinaries Accumulation Index of 1.47%. Over the past 12 months Cadence Capital Limited has returned a negative gross performance of 8.00% compared to a decrease in the All Ordinaries Accumulation Index of 12.23%.
The 2016 year has begun with high volatility and a number of important long term trends have been tested. These include commodity prices, energy prices, the Australian dollar, diversified financials and the banks. As always we reduce exposure when trends change and increase exposure again when trends re-establish themselves. These volatiles periods negatively affect our investment process but the gains to be made when trends are re-established more than offset these losses.
On 16th February 2016, the Company declared a 5.0 cent fully franked interim dividend to be paid on 12 May 2016. The Ex-Date for this dividend is 27 April 2016 and the Record Date is 28 April 2016. CDM shareholders are able to participate in the Dividend Re-Investment Plan (“DRP”) at a 3% discount. The DRP Record Date is 2 May 2016.
As at the 29th February 2016 the fund was holding 49% cash (51% invested).
* Before Management and Performance Fees
**These numbers include the franking value of the substantial dividend from its RHG holding received in May 2011.
CDM Share Price and Option Returns plus Dividends & Franking
* CDM 1 year figures reflect the share price move from a premium to a discount to NTA
Fully Franked Dividends Declared Since Listing
* Off market equal access buy back
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