South Africa’s Biggest Companies

as at 30 August 2017



The CEOs of SA’s Biggest Companies are working hard to make their companies, and your Stash, grow.

You get this growth and any money that these companies pay to their investors (called dividends).


If you had stashed R100 on 12 December 2016,

it would be worth R115.81 on 30 August 2017.

If you had stashed R10 a day for the past five years,

you would have had R23,215 on 30 August 2017.


There are no fees to invest. This portfolio tracks the performance of the JSE/FTSE Top 40 index, including dividends.

The value of South Africa’s Biggest Companies will rise and fall at times and you could get back less than you invested. Remember, past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance.



Managed by Start date Risk and reward Sector Costs
Liberty Financial Services - Liberty 12 December 2016 High risk and high expected reward SA Equity Zero Total Expense Ratio


This is generic information purposes only and is not advice as contemplated in the Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act of 2002. Every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of this information, but Liberty cannot be held responsible for any errors that you may find. Performance depends on the growth in the underlying assets of South Africa's Biggest Companies. This growth can be positive or negative. Liberty may, from time to time, conduct securities lending activities on the assets in this portfolio. All of the risks in respect of these activities will be for Liberty’s shareholders and will not negatively impact on the returns provided to its policyholders.