PERFORMANCE DES FONDS

DIGITAL STARS EUROPE

Inception date : 13/11/98

DIGITAL STARS EUROPE EX UK

Inception date : 30/06/06

DIGITAL STARS EUROPE SMALLER COMPANIES

Inception date : 16/12/16

DIGITAL STARS US EQUITIES

Inception date : 16/10/17

DIGITAL STARS EUROZONE

Inception date : 01/10/18
 

DIGITAL STARS EUROPE

Monthly update August 2021Equity indices continued to rise in August (S&P 500 NR +3.0%, MSCI Europe NR +2.0%), and new all-time highs were reached in the US and in Europe. However, the current strong economic momentum coupled with rising inflation, which has been confirmed month after month, is leading to fears of an upcoming tightening by central banks. However, it would seem that investors are not considering a premature and brutal tapering, due to the financing needs of public debt. Moreover, the generosity of risk premiums remains a major support for equities (risk premium in Europe 6.4% vs. 5.0% on average, in the US 3.4% vs. 3.2%), as does the consensus earnings revision by the analysts. Over the past three months, the 2021 EPS for the STOXX Europe 600 has been raised by 11.4% and for the S&P 500 by 5.2%. Digital funds posted their tenth consecutive month of gains, outperforming their benchmarks in August. The funds benefited fully from their hybrid positioning between growth stocks benefiting from the economy's long-term shift towards digital and cyclical stocks benefiting from the economy's current recovery (mainly in the industrial sector). Technology stocks in Digital Stars Europe gained 9.7% over the month, driven by semiconductors (ASM, ASML, Aixtron) and Qt Group. The monthly performance of Digital Stars Europe Acc was +3%, compared to +2% for the MSCI Europe NR.

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Objectives

The objective of the sub-fund is to generate long-term capital appreciation and outperform the European markets as a whole by using a sophisticated quantitative model, designed by Jacques Chahine, which makes it possible to identify the “star” performers.

Fund profile

An extremely well diversified portfolio, invested across all market capitalizations in a purely quantitative style. Its investment universe includes around 1,700 stocks from the European Union, the United Kingdom, Switzerland and Norway with capitalizations exceeding 100 million euros. The sub-fund may invest up to 50% of its net assets in large cap stocks belonging to the Stoxx 50.

DIGITAL STARS EUROPE EX-UK

Monthly update August 2021
Equity indices continued to rise in August (S&P 500 NR +3.0%, MSCI Europe NR +2.0%), and new all-time highs were reached in the US and in Europe. However, the current strong economic momentum coupled with rising inflation, which has been confirmed month after month, is leading to fears of an upcoming tightening by central banks. However, it would seem that investors are not considering a premature and brutal tapering, due to the financing needs of public debt. Moreover, the generosity of risk premiums remains a major support for equities (risk premium in Europe 6.4% vs. 5.0% on average, in the US 3.4% vs. 3.2%), as does the consensus earnings revision by the analysts. Over the past three months, the 2021 EPS for the STOXX Europe 600 has been raised by 11.4% and for the S&P 500 by 5.2%. Digital funds posted their tenth consecutive month of gains, outperforming their benchmarks in August. The funds benefited fully from their hybrid positioning between growth stocks benefiting from the economy's long-term shift towards digital and cyclical stocks benefiting from the economy's current recovery (mainly in the industrial sector). Technology stocks in Digital Stars Europe Ex-UK gained 11.7% over the month, driven by semiconductors (ASM, ASML, Aixtron) and Qt Group. Digital Stars Europe Ex-UK Acc ended August at +2.8% compared to +2.2% for the MSCI Europe ex UK NR.

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Objectifs

The objective of the sub-fund is to generate long-term capital appreciation and outperform the European markets (excluding the United Kingdom) as a whole by using a sophisticated quantitative model, designed by Jacques Chahine, which makes it possible to identify the “star” performers.

Fund profile

An extremely well diversified portfolio, invested across all market capitalizations in a purely quantitative style. Its investment universe includes around 1,300 stocks from the European Union (excluding the United Kingdom), Switzerland and Norway, with capitalization exceeding 100 million euros. The sub-fund may invest up to 50% of its net assets in large capitalization securities belonging to the Euro Stoxx 50.

DIGITAL STARS EUROPE SMALLER COMPANIES

Monthly update August 2021Equity indices continued to rise in August (S&P 500 NR +3.0%, MSCI Europe NR +2.0%), and new all-time highs were reached in the US and in Europe. However, the current strong economic momentum coupled with rising inflation, which has been confirmed month after month, is leading to fears of an upcoming tightening by central banks. However, it would seem that investors are not considering a premature and brutal tapering, due to the financing needs of public debt. Moreover, the generosity of risk premiums remains a major support for equities (risk premium in Europe 6.4% vs. 5.0% on average, in the US 3.4% vs. 3.2%), as does the consensus earnings revision by the analysts. Over the past three months, the 2021 EPS for the STOXX Europe 600 has been raised by 11.4% and for the S&P 500 by 5.2%. Digital Stars Europe Smaller Companies Acc rose by +4.0% in August, outperforming the MSCI Europe Small Cap NR (+3.5%). The fund benefited from the excellent performance of technology stocks (Qt Group) and from a good positioning in industrials (Hexatronic, Heidelberg Drucksmaschinen, Derichebourg).

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Objectives

The objective of the sub-fund is to generate long-term capital appreciation and outperform the European small-cap markets by using a sophisticated quantitative model, designed by Jacques Chahine, which makes it possible to identify the “star” performers.

Fund Profile

An extremely well diversified portfolio, invested in small and mid caps in a purely quantitative style. Its investment universe includes around 1,500 stocks from the European Union, the United Kingdom, Switzerland and Norway, whose capitalization exceeds 50 million euros and does not exceed the largest capitalization of the MSCI Europe index. Small Cap.

DIGITAL STARS US EQUITIES

Monthly update August 2021The US equity market continued to rise in August (S&P 500 NR +3.0%), and recorded its 7th consecutive month of gains, reaching new all-time highs. However, the current strong economic momentum coupled with rising inflation, which has been confirmed month after month, is leading to fears of an upcoming tightening by central banks. However, it would seem that investors are not considering a premature and brutal tapering, due to the financing needs of public debt. Moreover, the generosity of risk premiums remains a major support for equities (risk premium in the US 3.4% vs. 3.2% on average), as does the consensus earnings revision by the analysts. Over the past three months, the 2021 EPS for the S&P 500 has been raised by 5.2%. Digital Stars US Equities Acc USD finished up by +3.0% this month, in line with the S&P 500 NR, but ahead of the Russell 2000 NR at +2.2%. Despite a difficult start to the month for semiconductors (CyberOptics, Lam Research), growth stocks were finally the winners of the month in the US market. The fund caught up with the market thanks to industrials (Matson in transportation, Franklin Covey in HR/Consulting, etc.). The fund is up 32.6% since the beginning of the year.

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Objectifs

The objective of the sub-fund is to generate long-term capital appreciation and outperform the American markets as a whole by using a sophisticated quantitative model, designed by Jacques Chahine, which makes it possible to identify “star” performers.

Profil du fonds

323 / 5000 Résultats de traduction An extremely well diversified portfolio, invested across all market capitalizations in a purely quantitative style. Its investment universe includes approximately 2,700 stocks from the US market, with a capitalization exceeding $ 100 million, and monitored by a minimum of 3 financial analysts.

DIGITAL STARS EUROZONE

Monthly update August 2021Equity indices continued to rise in August (S&P 500 NR +3.0%, MSCI Europe NR +2.0%), and new all-time highs were reached in the US and in Europe. However, the current strong economic momentum coupled with rising inflation, which has been confirmed month after month, is leading to fears of an upcoming tightening by central banks. However, it would seem that investors are not considering a premature and brutal tapering, due to the financing needs of public debt. Moreover, the generosity of risk premiums remains a major support for equities (risk premium in Europe 6.4% vs. 5.0% on average, in the US 3.4% vs. 3.2%), as does the consensus earnings revision by the analysts. Over the past three months, the 2021 EPS for the STOXX Europe 600 has been raised by 11.4% and for the S&P 500 by 5.2%. Digital Stars Europe Smaller Companies Acc rose by +4.0% in August, outperforming the MSCI Europe Small Cap NR (+3.5%). The fund benefited from the excellent performance of technology stocks (Qt Group) and from a good positioning in industrials (Hexatronic, Heidelberg Drucksmaschinen, Derichebourg).

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Objectives

The objective of the sub-fund is to generate long-term capital appreciation and outperform the Eurozone markets as a whole by using a sophisticated quantitative model, designed by Jacques Chahine, which makes it possible to identify the top "stars" performers.

Fund profile

An extremely well diversified portfolio, invested across all market capitalizations in a purely quantitative style. Its investment universe includes Eurozone market stocks, whose capitalization exceeds $ 100 million, and monitored by a minimum of 3 financial analysts.