Peso Growth Fund
The fund is designed to attract, generate and mobilize Peso-denominated investible funds so as to provide investors a vehicle for the accumulation of such Peso-denominated capital contributed thereto through the purchase of units in the Fund. The Fund aims to achieve long term growth by diversifying mainly into select equity investments listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange, and other marketable instruments.
Fund ManagerSecurity Bank
Net Asset Value₱ 4,200.31M
Current Fund Performance
DateOctober 22, 2020
Unit Price₱ 0.62529
vs October 21: ₱ 0.62100
Historical Fund Performance Chart
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Where the Funds are Invested
Top Security Holdings
This shows the top 10 holdings you are invested in, based on percent allocation.
|1||SM INVESTMENTS CORPORATION||Equity||14%|
|2||SM PRIME HOLDINGS, INC.||Equity||9%|
|3||SECURITY BANK CORPORATION||Equity||8%|
|4||AYALA LAND, INC.||Equity||7%|
|6||BDO UNIBANK, INC.||Equity||5%|
|10||METRO PACIFIC INVESTMENTS CORPORATION||Equity||4%|
Asset Allocation Chart
This shows which asset composition your fund is currently invested in.
- Money Market - 1.86 %
- Equities - 98.14 %
- Mining & Oil - 0 %
- Financials - 21 %
- Services - 19 %
- Industrials - 5 %
- Property - 17 %
- Holding Firms - 35 %
Fund Performance Against Benchmark
A benchmark is a standard by which the performance of a fund is compared to. Since your investment is for medium to long-term, it's important to look at a benchmark's performance over a longer period of time to see and appreciate long-term volatility and progression.
A benchmark is a standard against which the performance of a fund is compared.
Tracking Error Table
Tracking error is the difference between a portfolio's return and the benchmark return.
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Long-term Volatility of Benchmark Performance
This chart shows the annual, three-year, and five-year benchmark volatility in the past 10 years and beyond. The graph shows the lowest, highest, and average historical annual returns. It includes periods where there were major financial events such as the global financial crisis 2007-2008 so as to show how strong economic fundamentals help markets recover. Looking at the graph, long-term investing will keep your volatility low, moving you closer to the average return.
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