Popular High Grade Fixed Income Fund
Provides Puerto Rico residents with a high level of
current monthly income, consistent with the preservation
of capital. It invests in a combination of high quality
taxable and taxexempt instruments.
Popular Total Return Fund
This long-term capital appreciation Fund has current income as a secondary objective. It invests primarily in equity securities and employs a diversified asset allocation strategy with at least 20% normally invested in fixedincome securities. 2View Quarterly Report (PDF)
1Popular Core Equity Fund – the primary
investment objective is to achieve long-term capital
appreciation by providing Puerto Rico investors with full
exposure to the large capitalization equity market in the
United States. There is no assurance that the Fund will
achieve its investment objective.
Popular Total Return Fund – the primary investment objective is long-term capital appreciation with a secondary investment objective of providing current income. The Fund invests primarily in equity securities, consisting mainly of shares of exchange traded funds. There is no assurance that the Fund will achieve its investment objective. Prospectus.
Popular High Grade Fixed-Income Fund – the primary investment objective is to provide Puerto Rico investors with a high level of current income that is consistent with the preservation of capital. There is no assurance that the Fund will achieve its investment objective. Prospectus.
Popular Income Plus Fund – the primary investment objective is to provide Puerto Rico investors with a high level of current income that is consistent with the tax advantages offered by Puerto Rico investment companies. There is no assurance that the Fund will achieve its investment objective. Prospectus; Suplement to Prospectus.
2The information provided in this document is not and shall not be considered legal or tax advice. Please refer to the prospectus of the respective Fund for information regarding the tax consequences of an investment in such Fund. Please consult with your accountant, attorney or tax advisor before investing in a Fund. Neither Banco Popular de Puerto Rico nor its subsidiaries or affiliates are engaged in the rendering legal, accounting or tax advice. If legal, accounting, or tax assistance is required, the services of a competent professional should be sought.
3The graph represents the overall NAV movement for all Fund Classes and does not necessarily correspond to the NAV movement of each individual Fund Class during the periods depicted in the graph, it does not guarantee future results. The value and income derived from investments may go down as well as up.
4The Fund is a non-diversified investment company as defined in the Puerto Rico Investment Companies Act, and as such, may invest up to 25% (or more in certain limited circumstances) of its assets in one issuer. This practice entails certain risks, which are disclosed in the Fund’s prospectus. The Popular Core Equity Fund investment portfolio is considered to be diversified because it consists of shares of stock from approximately 300 to 400 large capitalization United States companies.
5Certain fees, expenses and charges may apply, please refer to each Fund’s Prospectus for more details regarding applicable charges and fees.