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Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in USD, unless stated
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 5.4% (30 April 2014 - 30 April 2017)
Total Return
1 of 115

30.2%

1 of 115

30.2%

3 of 115

28.6%

4 of 115

22.8%

5 of 115

19.4%

6 of 115

18.6%

7 of 115

18.5%

8 of 115

17.7%

9 of 115

16.5%

10 of 115

16.0%

11 of 115

14.9%

11 of 115

14.9%

13 of 115

13.4%

13 of 115

13.4%

15 of 115

12.6%

16 of 115

12.3%

17 of 115

12.1%

18 of 115

12.0%

19 of 115

11.5%

19 of 115

11.5%

21 of 115

11.5%

22 of 115

11.2%

23 of 115

10.9%

24 of 115

9.8%

25 of 115

9.3%

26 of 115

9.1%

27 of 115

8.6%

28 of 115

8.4%

29 of 115

8.1%

30 of 115

7.9%

31 of 115

7.7%

32 of 115

7.3%

32 of 115

7.3%

34 of 115

7.3%

35 of 115

7.2%

36 of 115

7.1%

37 of 115

7.1%

38 of 115

7.0%

39 of 115

7.0%

40 of 115

7.0%

40 of 115

7.0%

42 of 115

6.8%

43 of 115

6.6%

44 of 115

6.6%

44 of 115

6.6%

46 of 115

6.5%

46 of 115

6.5%

48 of 115

6.4%

49 of 115

6.3%

50 of 115

6.2%

50 of 115

6.2%

52 of 115

6.1%

53 of 115

5.9%

53 of 115

5.9%

55 of 115

5.8%

56 of 115

5.4%

56 of 115

5.4%

56 of 115

5.4%

59 of 115

5.1%

59 of 115

5.1%

61 of 115

4.8%

62 of 115

4.6%

62 of 115

4.6%

64 of 115

4.6%

64 of 115

4.6%

66 of 115

4.4%

66 of 115

4.4%

66 of 115

4.4%

69 of 115

4.3%

70 of 115

3.2%

71 of 115

2.8%

71 of 115

2.8%

71 of 115

2.8%

71 of 115

2.8%

75 of 115

2.4%

75 of 115

2.4%

77 of 115

2.2%

77 of 115

2.2%

79 of 115

2.1%

80 of 115

2.1%

81 of 115

2.1%

82 of 115

1.9%

83 of 115

1.0%

84 of 115

0.8%

85 of 115

0.8%

86 of 115

0.1%

86 of 115

0.1%

88 of 115

0.0%

89 of 115

-0.5%

90 of 115

-0.8%

91 of 115

-0.8%

92 of 115

-1.0%

93 of 115

-1.2%

94 of 115

-1.4%

95 of 115

-1.7%

96 of 115

-2.1%

97 of 115

-2.5%

98 of 115

-2.6%

98 of 115

-2.6%

100 of 115

-3.0%

101 of 115

-3.1%

102 of 115

-3.5%

103 of 115

-3.6%

104 of 115

-3.7%

104 of 115

-3.7%

106 of 115

-3.7%

107 of 115

-3.9%

107 of 115

-3.9%

109 of 115

-6.1%

110 of 115

-6.6%

111 of 115

-7.3%

112 of 115

-7.8%

113 of 115

-11.0%

114 of 115

-11.4%

115 of 115

-12.3%

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