ERSTE STOCK VALUE (CZK)

The ERSTE STOCK VALUE (CZK) serves as a feeder fund for the ERSTE STOCK VALUE fund (master fund).

 
Performance goal and investment strategy
The ERSTE STOCK VALUE (CZK) serves as a feeder fund for the ERSTE STOCK VALUE fund (master fund). Foreign exchange risks of the master fund are hedged within the feeder fund against the Czech crown. The master fund is an equity fund which invests in selected companies worldwide. The fund’s investment process is based on a quantitative pre-selection as well as an analysis of hereby identified companies according to fundamental and technical aspects. The stock selection is conducted with focus on value companies with a small or mid sized market capitalization. A concentrated portfolio is striven for as part of the portfolio construction process. Furthermore, the individual stocks are equally weighted independently of the market capitalization of the respective companies. Ecological and social factors as well as corporate management factors are integrated into the investment process.
 
Performance (2021/12/30)
Period
YTD
6m
1Y
(% p a)
3Y
(% p a)
5Y
(% p a)
10Y
(% p a)
since inc.
(% p a)
Perf - - - - - - -1.56
Annual performance in % (2021/12/30)
Period 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Perf - - - - -
Minimum & maximum performance in % p.a. (2021/12/30)
 
 
Disclaimer
Full names of open Mutual funds are given in the fund statutes (prospectuses). Pursuant to rules applicable to collective investment, the manager informs that neither the current or expected performance will guarantee the future performance. Investment in investment certificates contains the risk that the current value of amount invested and yields on the amount will fluctuate; thus return on the amount invested is not guaranteed. All information provided herein is of informative nature only and it should not substitute the statute (prospectus) or give its overall summary. Before using this website/information for investment, you should consult consultants of Česká spořitelna. If any yield is mentioned in the reference material, you should always bear in mind that past yields will not guarantee future yields, that any investment is subject to the risk of value fluctuations and change of exchange rates, and that return on the amount invested or profit margin cannot be guaranteed.