|Bid Price (p)||Offer Price (p)||Yield (%)||Fund Size (£m)|
|1 Year||3 Years||5 Years||Since Launch|
|Year on year percentage growth|
|2001 - 02||2002 - 03||2003 - 04||2004 - 05||2005 - 06|
However, it is still confusing that my £1000 fund bought in 2001 is now worth exactly the same in October 2006. The fund had one bad year, one flat year and three good years, so I would have thought that it would be worth a lot more than it is now. In fact, just going by the year-on-year figures it should be worth £1396 now! Actually, the answer to this is obvious - by October my £1000 was already only worth £724. Based on this, my fund should indeed be worth £1010 now. Ah well! At least it's performing well now, eh?