Funds Peso Stable Fund

Peso Stable Fund

The Fund is aimed to achieve long-term growth by diversifying mainly into select Philippine Stock Exchange equities and other financial instruments like government securities and corporate bonds.

Fund Facts

Currency

PHP

Dealing Schedule

Daily

Fund Manager

Security Bank

Risk Profile

Moderate

Net Asset Value

₱ 1,054.59M

Current Fund Performance

Date

June 17, 2021

Unit Price

₱ 0.81952

vs June 16: ₱ 0.82606

Historical Fund Performance Chart

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1 Month Ago

3 Months Ago

1 Year Ago

3 Years Ago

5 Years Ago

Since Inception

Fund Returns

2.23%

-1.54%

3.39%

-0.26%

Annualized

-1.23%

Annualized

-0.26%

Annualized

Where the Funds are Invested

Top Security Holdings

This shows the top 10 holdings you are invested in, based on percent allocation.

SECURITY

TYPE

MATURITY

% HELD

1

FXTN 20-17

Govt Bond

7/19/2031

12%

2

SM INVESTMENTS CORPORATION

Equity

--

8%

3

SM PRIME HOLDINGS, INC.

Equity

--

6%

4

AYALA LAND, INC.

Equity

--

5%

5

AYALA CORPORATION

Equity

--

4%

6

BDO UNIBANK, INC.

Equity

--

4%

7

FXTN 7-64

Govt Bond

4/22/2028

3%

8

BANK OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS

Equity

--

3%

9

FXTN 20-23

Govt Bond

1/24/2039

3%

10

FXTN 7-62

Govt Bond

2/14/2026

3%

Asset Allocation Chart

This shows which asset composition your fund is currently invested in.

Money Market - 13.30 %
Fixed Income - 30.74 %
<1 year - 15 %
1 to 3 yrs - 0 %
3 to 5 yrs - 6 %
5 to 7 yrs - 7 %
7 to 10 yrs - 0 %
>10 yrs - 16 %
Equities - 55.96 %
Mining & Oil - 0 %
Financials - 11 %
Services - 6 %
Industrials - 7 %
Property - 13 %
Holding Firms - 19 %

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.

Benchmark Table

A benchmark is a standard against which the performance of a fund is compared.

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Tracking Error Table

Tracking error is the difference between a portfolio's return and the benchmark return.

1 Month Ago

3 Months Ago

1 Year Ago

3 Years Ago

5 Years Ago

Since Inception

Benchmark

2.16%

-2.38%

5.09%

0.15%

Annualized

-0.62%

Annualized

-1.00%

Annualized

Tracking Error

0.07%

0.84%

-1.70%

-0.41%

-0.61%

0.74%

The tracking error shows how well the fund has been able to mimic the performance of the benchmark. In other words, if the tracking error is zero, the returns of the fund are equal to the return the benchmark. In case the tracking error is positive, the fund did better than the benchmark; if negative, it performed worse. The fund manager tries to maintain a performance that is within a small margin of the benchmark to ensure risk and return of the fund and benchmark are equal.

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.

1 Year 3 Years 5 Years
HIGHEST 40.91% 24.48% 19.65%
AVERAGE 8.72% 8.03% 9.11%
LOWEST -27.70% -2.92% -2.23%
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