Current fund ratios.

Here you will find the current calculation values and performance data of our Kathrein Privatbank Products.
Calculated values for all products Performance Kathrein Privatbank Funds
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Securities ID
T: Income accumulating growth fund
Income accumulating growth funds do not distribute profits and earnings to fund share owners. They are being reinvested in the fund.
A: Distributing fund
This fund distributes profits and earnings to the fund share owners.
Performance of the fund for the last month / since the beginning of the year / over a one year period / over a two year period / over a three year period / and since the date of issue of the fund. Performance data for periods exceeding 2 years are annualised (i.e. are to be understood as % p.a.). Example: performance 2-y is 5.3%, i.e. over the last two years the fund generated earnings of 5.3% per calendar year.

The performance is calculated, assuming that distributions are reinvested free of expenses. Moreover, tax circumstances of investors are not taken into account.
ytd: year to date
seit Jahresbeginn
SR: Sharpe Ratio
The Sharpe ratio is a key figure which takes into account both performance and volatility of a fund. This enables comparisons among funds in the same category. The higher the Sharpe ratio of a fund, the better is the fund's quality. If two funds in one category generate the same earnings, the fund with the smaller risk is to be given preference.

The Sharpe ratio also tells whether an investment in a fund would have been more profitable than an investment in a no-risk investment. If this is not the case, the Sharpe ratio will be a negative figure.

The formula of the Sharpe ratio is relatively simple:
Share ratio = (performance - no-risk interest rate) divided by volatility
MD: Maximal draw down (= maximal draw down)
This benchmark tells the maximal loss in percent of the maximum level reached since the fund has been launched.
Vol: Volatility
Volatility means the annualised standard deviation of the price differences. It is calculated from historic data. It is an important key figure for the risk of a fund and is being taken into account when calculating the Sharpe ratio. Smaller figures may be better, but as a rule the earnings potential decreases which less volatility. The higher the volatility of a fund, the longer should be the investment term.