Best Mutual Funds Performance in the Philippines as of July 2010

July 12, 2010

in Mutual Funds


Here’s the list of best mutual funds in the Philippines for each type of fund. There are many mutual funds in the Philippines but I only listed below the top 5 best performing mutual funds as of July 9, 2010.

For Equity Mutual Fund: YTD Return,%
1. First Metro Save and Learn Equity Fund, Inc. 24.89
2. ATR KimEng Opportunity Equity Fund, Inc. 20.37
3. Philam Strategic Growth Fund, Inc. 19.65
4. Philequity Fund, Inc. 17.89
5. Philequity PSE IndexFund, Inc 12.35
For Balanced Fund: YTD Return,%
1. First Metro Save and Learn Balanced Fund, Inc. 25.28
2. ALFM Growth Fund, Inc. 18.17
3. Philam Fund, Inc. 16.73
4. MFCP Kabuhayan Fund, Inc. 16.69
5. GSIS Mutual Fund, Inc. 15.2
For Bond Fund: YTD Return,%
1. Philequity Peso Bond Fund, Inc. 3.79
2. First Metro Save and Learn Fixed Income Fund, Inc. 3.57
3. Sunlife Prosperity GS Fund, Inc. 3.32
4. Coco Life Fixed Income Fund, Inc. 3.18
5. ALFM Peso Bond Fund, Inc./Philam Bond Fund, Inc. 3.05
For Money Market Fund: YTD Return,%
1. ALFM Money Market Fund, Inc. 1.74
2. Philam Managed Imcome Fund, Inc. 1.11
3. First Metro Save and Learn Money Market Fund, Inc. 0.6
4. Sun Life Prosperity Money Market Fund, Inc. 0.46
5. ATR KimEng Money Market Fund, Inc 0.05

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Marco October 4, 2010 at 23:54

Wow interesting … ok nga daw sa first metro sabi din dito


Poggs August 22, 2010 at 09:44

@Gil: Thanks, buddy. I appreciate it.
@Tina: Yeah, FAMI rocks! Though I do have both FAMI/ATR. :) I do online stock trading as well with Citisec and FirstMetro. Market is doing well right now. :)



tina August 20, 2010 at 07:25

FAMI rocks!


Gil August 22, 2010 at 12:28

Thanks for the visit!


Poggs August 4, 2010 at 19:08

Can you give me an example on how the mutual fund is computed? Let’s say I invested P50K last April 2010 @ 2.4646 NAV/share. How much is it now let’s say 2.7554 NAV/share? I’m a bit confused when the agent explained the computation. But I know that it will make profit…

Hope you can show me or you can give an example as well.

Thanks. :)


Gil August 4, 2010 at 23:04

Hi there! In order to compute your profit in mutual fund, you just use this equation: P=(A-B)XC
where P = profit
A = present NAV/share
B= NAV/share when bought
C = no. of shares
In your case, C = 50,000/2.4646 = 20,287 but when you buy a mutual fund there’s a sales load/fee normally 1-2% of your invested money depending on the MF company. So your net invested money maybe just around 49,000. So NOT including sales load, your profit P = (2.7554-2.4646)x20,287 = 5,899. This is big money! For more learning on MF, just subscribe to my blog. Thanks


Richardson Chan July 18, 2010 at 19:16

First Metro for the win! I got both Equity & Balanced Funds and I’m happy with the paper gains. Too bad I wasn’t able to make additional positions when their prices were still down. nice blog by the way. =)


Gil July 18, 2010 at 22:45

Hi! Thanks for the visit. Me too, I wasn’t able to add more funds when their price is still low but anyway I will add maybe this Aug.


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