The ASX Top 5 is a high-growth stock selection strategy applied to ASX 100 blue chip companies.
On the last trading day of the month, we rank all ASX 100 companies from best to worst according to our ASX Top 5 algorithm. From that list, we determine the top 5 companies.
The following day (i.e. the first trading day of next month), you sell the companies that exited the list, and buy the companies that entered the list, in equal position sizes, from the proceeds of your sales.
Expect between 1 and 2 portfolio changes each month on average.
If four or fewer meet the stock selection criteria (e.g. during bear markets), the portfolio will allocate some funds to cash.
Learn about the thought process, design of, and testing methodology used to develop the ASX Top 5 investment strategy.
The ASX Top 5 became publicly available on the 12th April 2021.
Dividends are reinvested, brokerage excluded, and for transparency the chart below assumes a 20% equal stock weighting each rebalance.
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. All results are simulated and calculated in perfect conditions without real-life issues like liquidity, taxation and human error.
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