Portfolio Breakdown

Allianz Technology Trust invests in the shares of companies based around the world. The geographic breakdown shows where these companies are located and the sector breakdown shows the business activities for these companies.

Sector Breakdown (%)
Technology73.9
 
Consumer Services13.9
 
Consumer Goods5.4
 
Industrials4.3
 
Cash1.7
 
Financials0.8
 
Geographic Breakdown (%)
North America82.0
 
Far East & Pacific9.7
 
Europe ex UK3.8
 
UK2.8
 
Cash1.7
 
Top 10 Holdings (%)
Apple8.7
Amazon6.9
Micron Technology4.2
Facebook3.9
Samsung Electronics3.8
Workday3.7
Proofpoint3.1
Square2.9
DXC Technology2.9
Microsoft2.8
Total42.9
Total Number of Holdings60
Source: Allianz Global Investors, all data as at 31.05.2017. Top 10 holdings expressed as a percentage total gross assets. Changes in rates of exchange may cause the value of investments and the income from them to go down or up. This is no recommendation or solicitation to buy or sell any particular security. A security mentioned as example above will not necessarily be comprised in the portfolio by the time this document is disclosed or at any other subsequent date. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. You should not make any assumptions on the future on the basis of performance information. The value of an investment and the income from it can fall as well as rise as a result of market fluctuations and you may not get back the amount originally invested.

The full portfolio listing for the previous month end is available from Investor Services: 0800 389 4696.

 
 
 
 
 

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