Deutsche Latin America Equity A
Latin America-Focused Mutual Funds: Outlook after September 2015
The Latin America-focused mutual funds that have a lion’s share of their assets invested in companies from Mexico did better than those invested in Brazil.
How Is SLANX’s Portfolio Positioned Year-to-Date in 2016?
The Deutsche Latin America Equity Fund Class A (SLANX) seeks long-term capital growth by investing “in Latin American common stocks and other equities.”
SLANX: The Fund with a Financials and Consumer Staples Core
As of December 2015, SLANX’s assets were invested across 46 holdings and it was managing assets worth $198.1 million.
Financials, Staples Pummel SLANX Year-to-Date in November 2015
SLANX fell 3.4% in November 2015 from a month prior. In the three- and six-month periods ended November 30, the fund fell 5.1% and 22.8%, respectively.
Portfolio Composition of SLANX through November 2015
SLANX’s assets were invested across 50 holdings as of September 2015, and it was managing assets worth $213.7 million as of November’s end.
The Deutsche Latin America Equity Fund Class A (SLANX): Portfolio Overview
The Deutsche Latin America Equity Fund Class A seeks long-term growth by focusing on bottom-up research, growth-orientation, and regional theme analysis.
The Deutsche Latin America Equity Fund Class A (SLANX): Must-Knows
The Deutsche Latin America Equity Fund – Class A (SLANX) is offered by Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management.