The proof is in our performance
We’ve delivered consistently strong returns over the past 14 years
Inflation and industry-beating returns.Read more
A rand saved is a rand earned. But thanks to inflation, over time, the value of that rand
saved could be much less than when it was earned.
For instance, if the inflation rate is 10%, R100 earned today will be worth just R90 after a year. Therefore, if you want your money to turn into more, you can’t afford to ignore the corrosive impact of rising prices on your investments. You need to invest in a portfolio that delivers returns higher than prevailing inflation rate.
Thanks to our award-winning investment strategy, all of our portfolios have consistently beaten inflation over the past 3, 5, 7 and 10 years.
10X portfolio performance as of 31 December 2021:Source: 10X Investments, StatsSA
Beating the big fry since day one.Read more
We’re often asked how we compare to the industry’s biggest players, because the perception is that size matters and that large asset managers deliver better returns. The answer is that we consistently outperform South Africa's largest fund managers, delivering superior returns before and after fees.
Performance vs industry before feesSource: 10X Investments; Alexander Forbes Global Manager Watch Best Investment View, December 2021
Please Note: We use the 10X Umbrella Pension Fund High Equity portfolio when calculating these results.
10X against the big South African funds.Read more
It isn’t only our award-winning investment strategy that allows us to deliver superior returns. Our low fees pack an added punch. When fees are taken into account, the 10X High Equity Portfolio delivers even higher returns than South Africa’s large fund managers.Source: 10X Investments; Alexander Forbes Global Manager Watch Best Investment View, December 2021
*As published by Alexander Forbes. It represents the compounded monthly median return of the category over the last 10 years. It includes the return of managers that are no longer in the survey, up until the time they left the survey. It is a true reflection of median performance over the last 10 years and accounts for survivorship bias.