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Morningstar Rating

                         Ratings that reward historical good performance of Alpha Mutual Funds!!


Alpha Mutual Funds have been included in Morningstar Rating System, one of the biggest and reliable Rating Houses, receiving the following rating:



According to Morningstar® Methodology, ratings of mutual funds assigned, are based on comparisons of all funds within a specific Morningstar Category. Fund categories define groups of funds whose members are similar enough in their risk factor exposures, industry sector, geographic region and the star rating is based on risk-adjusted performance of mutual funds in 3 years, 5 years and 10years periods.

For each time period Morningstar ranks the funds in each category using the Morningstar Risk-adjusted return and the funds with the highest scores receive the most stars, the 10% of mutual funds receives 5***** the next 22,5% 4**** , the next 35% 3****, the next 22,5% 2** , and the bottom 10% 1*.

The Overall Morningstar rating for each mutual fund is the weighted average of the available time-period ratings (3yrs, 5yrs, 10yrs), where major importance is given in 10years rating, where it is available, then in 5years rating and at last to 3years rating.

Mutual funds must have at least 36 continuous months history in order to receive rating. Therefore, only for this reason, 19 from 27 Alpha Mutual Fund have been rated by Morningstar.


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