There are many different ways to compare funds. Performance, fees, rating and sustainability rating to name a few. When you have decided on what kind of fund to invest in it can be a good idea to compare it with other funds that invest in the same market or in the same kind of assets.
How to compare funds
What you can compare
One way to compare funds is historic performance. Go to the list of funds. Under the tab Overview, select a fund. Scroll to the bottom of the page and add a fund from the drop down list.
To sort the fund after their sustainability rating, go to the fund list. Select the sustainability tab. Click on the sustainability header to sort the funds after their sustainability rating.
In the fund list you can find the rating from the independent fund information institute Morningstar. The funds are ranked from 5 to 1 after historic performance compared to similar funds. The rating is not a recommendation to buy or sell.
Historical yields are not a guarantee of future returns. The money you invest in a fund can both increase and decrease in value and it is not guaranteed that you will recover the entire invested amount. Note that a fund with risk level 6-7, as stated in the fund's fact sheet (KIID), can vary greatly in value due to the fund's composition and management methodology. The prospectus, fund rules and KIID are available under each fund in the fund unit price list.