You are here: homepageMonthly report June 2021

Stable at a high level -- how did we do? 

Monthly report June 2021

Chart Monatsbericht April 2021

The positive development of the global stock markets continued in June, with many indices reaching new all-time highs. Investors again focused on inflation data in the USA and expected action by the US Federal Reserve. Although inflation rates in the U.S. are currently at 5%, the highest since the summer of 2008, investors are unimpressed. It seems that the majority sees this phenomenon as temporary and as a consequence of the rapid reopening of the economy. In the meantime, investors were less pleased with the announcement of the U.S. monetary authorities to throttle monetary policy support slightly earlier than expected.

Once again, our fund was able to gain and now trades since the beginning of the year +9.82%. At the same time, we have further slightly increased our hedges.

But see for yourself:


This document has been designed and produced by Wydler Asset Management AG, however, we do not assume any liability for the topicality, correctness and completeness.

The information has been compiled and prepared with the utmost care and has been obtained from our own or publicly available sources believed to be reliable. Own representations and explanations are based on the respective assessment of the author at the time of their preparation, also with regard to the current legal and tax situation, which may change at any time without prior notice.

The contents of this document do not constitute a recommendation for action, nor do they replace individual investment advice or individual, qualified tax advice.  The information presented does not constitute a decision-making aid for economic, legal, tax or other advisory issues, nor should investment or other decisions be made solely on the basis of this information. In particular, it does not constitute a recommendation, an offer, a solicitation to buy/sell investment instruments or to engage in transactions or other legal acts.

Wydler Asset Management AG assumes no liability for any damages or losses arising directly or indirectly from the distribution or use of this document or its contents. The graphs or indications of performance illustrate past performance. Future values may be lower as well as higher.

The reproduction, adaptation, distribution and any kind of exploitation outside the limits of copyright are reserved only for the Wydler Asset Management Group, exceptions require the written consent of the company.

For detailed product-specific information and notes on the opportunities and risks of our funds, please refer to the current sales prospectuses, the investment conditions, the key investor information and the annual and quarterly reports, which you can obtain from us free of charge in German. These documents form the sole binding basis for the purchase of the funds.

Status of all information, representations and explanations: July 1, 2021, unless otherwise stated.

Your contact:

Wydler Asset Management AG, Korporationsweg 13c, 8832 Wilen b. Wollerau, Schweiz
Tel. +41 44 575 18 11,, E-Mail:, Chief Executive Officer: Frank Ramsperger

Book an initial consultation directly now

Gladly in person or digitally, conveniently and easily from home. Conserving resources without the expense of travel.


You are here: homepageMonthly report June 2021

More articles on asset management

Monthly Report August 2022

Monthly Report August 2022

Volatile summer Monthly report August 2022   The stock markets got off to a mostly positive start in August, carrying over the momentum from the previous month. Nevertheless, many market participants remained on the sidelines and watched...

Monthly Report July 2022

Monthly Report July 2022

We have remained true to our strategy Monthly report July 2022   In July, the financial markets again had to contend with various challenges, with galloping inflation worldwide continuing to be the market-dominating issue. After initial...

Quarterly Report Q2/2022

Quarterly Report Q2/2022

Quarterly Report Q2/2022 Review In the first quarter, the start of the Russian attack on Ukraine led the markets down, and the second quarter was not spared from a downward demolition. However, the latter was more owed to the negative overall...