Note: Australasian Mining was merged into our Global Mining Product on 29th April 2015*
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All share recommendations (open and closed) are included when calculating performance.
The Fat Prophets hypothetical portfolio is marked to market on the last trading day of the relevant period. For a detailed explanation, read the Performance Methodology page.
The integrity of the data used in calculating the hypothetical portfolio returns of the Fat Prophets stock market predictions has been independently verified by an accounting firm. Returns to 31 December 2020 have been independently verified. Periods subsequent to this are subject to change until they have been independently verified.
*Performance numbers have been verified up to 31 December 2018
Transaction costs have not been taken into account. Past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance, and investors should be aware that returns can be negative.
Please note that for the historical numbers relating to the period prior to 16 November 2005, which was when the Fat Prophets Mining & Resources portfolio commenced, those performance numbers for the Fat Prophets Mining & Resources hypothetical portfolio were derived solely from all of the resource orientated¤ recommendations included in the Fat Prophets Australasia report.
At 16 November 2005, the opening portfolio of Fat Prophets Mining & Resources consisted of all of the open recommendations in the Fat Prophets Australasia hypothetical portfolio in the Energy and Metals & Mining groups, in addition to resource relevant recommendations from the Utilities group.
From 16 November 2005 onwards, the performance numbers for the FPM&R hypothetical portfolio will track the resource orientated recommendations made in the Fat Prophets Australasia report prior to 16 November 2005 in addition to new recommendations made by FPM&R.
¤ Resources orientated recommendations encompass stocks from the following Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) groups: Energy; Metals & Mining; along with resource relevant companies from Utilities.