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Norwegian-domiciled fund performance

Returns over 12 months are annualised.

Fund Last updated Price Year to date Last 12 months Last 3 years Last 5 years
SKAGEN Global A 21/02/2020 233.74 EUR 27.75 % 11.88 % 8.93 %
SKAGEN Kon-Tiki A 21/02/2020 89.44 EUR 2.87 % -0.19 % 1.82 %
SKAGEN m2 A 21/02/2020 27.11 EUR 25.79 % 13.01 % 8.69 %
SKAGEN Focus A 21/02/2020 12.72 EUR 3.58 % 0.72 % -
SKAGEN Vekst A * 21/02/2020 272.10 EUR 14.57 % 3.69 % 4.83 %
SKAGEN Tellus A 21/02/2020 11.86 EUR 7.27 % 2.15 % 1.17 %

Last updated

21/02/2020

Price

233.74 EUR

Year to date

7.55 %

Last 12 months

27.75 %

Last 3 years

11.88 %

Last 5 years

8.93 %

Last updated

21/02/2020

Price

89.44 EUR

Year to date

-0.64 %

Last 12 months

2.87 %

Last 3 years

-0.19 %

Last 5 years

1.82 %

Last updated

21/02/2020

Price

27.11 EUR

Year to date

6.42 %

Last 12 months

25.79 %

Last 3 years

13.01 %

Last 5 years

8.69 %

Last updated

21/02/2020

Price

12.72 EUR

Year to date

-4.33 %

Last 12 months

3.58 %

Last 3 years

0.72 %

Last 5 years

-

Last updated

21/02/2020

Price

272.10 EUR

Year to date

-0.20 %

Last 12 months

14.57 %

Last 3 years

3.69 %

Last 5 years

4.83 %

Last updated

21/02/2020

Price

11.86 EUR

Year to date

2.14 %

Last 12 months

7.27 %

Last 3 years

2.15 %

Last 5 years

1.17 %

*Investment mandate changed on 1.1.2014. More on the fund's page.

Why choose SKAGEN?

As an active and independent fund manager, we provide only a few carefully selected funds – that we ourselves invest in. We seek overlooked companies from around the world that can provide our clients with excess returns over time. Choose a fund manager who puts quality ahead of quantity. 

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Notice of electoral meeting in SKAGEN

SKAGEN will be holding an election meeting on 2 March at our head office in Stavanger. 

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Why SKAGEN m2's listed exposure to an attractive asset class helps navigate real estate's liquidity ...

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Global equities recovered strongly in 2019 after the sharp sell-off at the end of 2018, boosted by ...

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SKAGEN Insight to close

SKAGEN has decided to close the shadow activist equity fund SKAGEN Insight. The liquidation will be ...

1 min read time
23. January 2020
Global Stock MarketsMacro Economics
Over the wall of worry

Global equities recovered strongly in 2019 after the sharp sell-off at the end of 2018, boosted by ...

5 min read time
14. January 2020
Macro EconomicsTrade War
Optimism drove the markets in the fourth quarter

In the final quarter of the year, markets were cheered by signs that the manufacturing cycle may ...

3 min read time
5. January 2020
Investment PhilosophyActive Management
Value investing in the next decade: Is it time to retire the price-book metric?

SKAGEN Global looks at the rise of intangible assets, their antiquated accounting treatment and the ...

8 min read time
3. January 2020
News from skagen
Distribution of new units in fixed income funds

New units have been distributed to unit holders in SKAGEN's fixed income funds based on their holdings as of 31 December 2019.

1 min read time
3. January 2020
News from skagen
Opening times over Christmas and New Year

SKAGEN will have reduced opening hours during the Christmas period.

1 min read time
19. December 2019
Macro Economics
UK General Election: A SKAGEN Perspective

Following the Conservative's landslide general election victory and a mandate to finally deliver ...

5 min read time
16. December 2019
Macro Economics
Safe havens back in vogue

The third quarter of 2019 underlined that we are in a period of slower global growth, mainly driven ...

3 min read time
19. November 2019
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Sustainability factors are often a signal of management quality, particularly over the long term. Our portfolio managers thus actively integrate environmental, social and corporate governance issues into the investment process.

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Michael Ancher, Children and young girls picking flowers in a meadow North of Skagen, 1887. This painting is manipulated and belongs to The Art Museums of Skagen.
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Historical returns are no guarantee for future returns. Future returns will depend, inter alia, on market developments, the fund manager's skill, the fund's risk profile and management fees. The return may become negative as a result of negative price developments.