Investment Fund Comparison

Use the tool to compare the features of up to 4 funds. The investment fund comparison tool is very useful for taking a quick look at the main features of different funds. By comparing them, you obtain more detailed information about each, allowing you to make the best investment decision.

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    Features

    Category
    Indicates the investment vocation of the fund and the shares in which it invests.
    Minimum investment
    Initial minimum amount required to invest in the fund.
    Net Asset Value
    The daily value obtained by dividing the total fund assets by the total number of shares.
    Geographic Area of Investment
    Indicates the geographical region of the shares in which the investment vocation is materialized.
    Morningstar Rating
    Rating granted by the consulting firm Morningstar based on a series of management criteria.
    Investment horizon
    Recommended term for maintaining the investment.
    SRRI
    Risk level of 1 (lowest) to 7 (highest).

    Returns

    Evolution of returns

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    YTD
    Accumulated profit in the current year.
    Last 12 months
    Return in the last twelve months.
    Annualized 3 years
    Annualized return 3 years.
    Annualized 5 years
    Annualized return 5 years.

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    Sectors

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    Duration

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    Rating

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    Fees

    Fixed management fee
    Percentage charged for asset management.
    Subscription fee
    The percentage charged by the fund manager for the purchase of shares.
    Deposit fee
    The percentage charged on the fund capital for administration and custody of the shares.
    Redemption fee
    The percentage charged by the fund manager for the sale or transfer of shares.
    Variable management fee
    The percentage that may be set depending on the results obtained by the fund.

    Statistical risk data

    Fund Volatility
    A measure that indicates whether the net asset values of the fund have experienced significant variations or whether they have grown steadily. The higher it is, the greater the risk borne. And vice versa, the closer to zero, the greater the fund stability.
    Index Volatility
    A measurement that indicates if the asset values of the reference rate have undergone significant variations over time or evolved steadily. The higher it is, the greater the risk borne. And vice versa, the closer to zero, the greater the fund stability.
    Fund Sharpe Ratio
    An indicator that shows to what degree the return on the fund outweighs the risk borne by the fund. The higher the Sharpe Ratio, the greater the return on the fund in relation to the amount of risk-taking in the investment.
    Index Sharpe Ratio
    An indicator that shows to what degree the return on the reference rate outweighs the risk borne by the fund. The higher the Sharpe Ratio, the greater the return on the fund in relation to the amount of risk-taking in the investment.
    Information Ratio
    An indicator that measures the relationship between the fund return differential based on its benchmark and the management risk assumed by distancing it to a greater or lesser extent from the reference rate.
    Tracking Error
    A measure of the volatility of the difference in profitability between a fund and its reference rate.
    Correlation
    This is a measurement that determines the degree to which the fund flow and its reference rate are connected.
    Alpha
    It measures the additional return obtained by a fund in relation to its reference rate.
    Beta
    It measures the relationship between the return on the fund and its reference rate.

    1-year historical data

    Maximum daily fund drawdown
    This is the lowest return on the fund obtained during the period.
    Maximum daily drawdown of the index
    This is the lowest return on the reference rate obtained during the period.
    Number of months negative for fund
    It is the number of months in which the fund ended with negative profitability during the period.
    Number of months negative for index
    It is the number of months in which the reference rate ended with negative profitability during the time period.
    Minimum daily returns and date
    It is the minimum yield obtained by the fund on the day and date it was produced during the period.
    Maximum daily returns and date
    It is the maximum yield obtained by the fund on the day and date it was produced during the period.

    Catalog of investment funds

    BBVA places at your disposal a wide range of investment funds, making it possible for you to find the most suitable product for your needs, whatever your investor profile. There are funds for conservative investors, for those are prepared to run a greater risk and also a wide range of intermediate products. For example, you can contract fixed income funds with a low risk profile in which the interest rate is the factor that most influences their evolution. There are also variable income funds that invest most of their capital in shares; these offer a higher potential return and have a higher risk. There are also mixed income funds that diversify their investments between fixed and variable return assets. There is another type of fund that does not fit into any of the above categories. These are global funds, whose investment policies are not precisely defined and the percentages they invest in fixed or variable income, the currency in which the shares are quoted or their geographical distribution may vary. Comparing the investment funds offered by BBVA is the best way to have the fullest information for making the investment that best suits your profile. In addition to details such as the minimum investment, the net asset value, the risk profile and the recommended investment horizon, BBVA's investment fund comparison tool also offers a series of interactive graphs in which you can follow the evolution of each of the products, their share composition, fees, historical data and statistical risk data.