An open-end fund has an unlimited amount of shares. An investor may choose to buy or sell its fund shares at any time. The Popular Family of Funds are:
- Popular High Grade Fixed Income Fund: Its primary objective is to provide the investor with a high level of monthly income, while seeking capital preservation.2 Fund’s Prospectus; Supplement to Prospectus; Quarterly Report; Notice to Shareholders; NAV.
- Popular Total Return Fund: Its primary objective is to achieve long-term capital growth and as second objective, provide fixed income. Fund’s Prospectus; Supplement to Prospectus; Quarterly Report; NAV.
- Popular Core Equity Fund: Its primary objective is long-term capital growth achieved by investing in large cap U. S. stocks.3 Fund’s Prospectus; Supplement to Prospectus; Quarterly Report; NAV.
- Popular Money Market Fund: Its primary objective is to provide local investors with stability of capital, liquidity, and certain tax advantages offered by local investments. Fund’s Prospectus; Supplement to Prospectus.
- Popular Income Plus Fund: The primary objective is to pay investors a monthly dividend4 and offer a unique combination of advantages including financial exposure to corporate debt securities, and the potential for enhanced yields associated with such securities, liquidity, and important tax benefits. Fund’s Prospectus; Supplement to Prospectus; Quarterly Report; NAV.
1 This information does not constitute an offer to sell the securities of any fund. The Popular Family of Funds listed on this site may be offered, sold or transferred exclusively to individuals who have their principal residence in Puerto Rico and to corporations and other business organizations whose principal office and principal place of business in Puerto Rico. An investment in any of the Funds entails certain risks, fees, charges and expenses. The investor should consider the investment objectives, risks, fees, expenses and charges carefully before investing. This information is contained in each Fund’s Prospectus which should be read carefully before investing. A copy of the prospectus for each Fund can be obtained in popularone.com. An investment in the Funds is not a bank deposit or savings account, is not an obligation of, or guaranteed by, Banco Popular de Puerto Rico, any affiliate thereof or any other insured depository institution, is not insured by the FDIC or any other government agency or instrumentality and may lose all or part of its value. Investing in a Fund is not the same as investing in the underlying securities held by such Fund; the Funds are designed primarily for long-term investors and may not be suitable for all investors. None of the Funds should be viewed as a vehicle for trading purposes. The Funds are 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. The Popular High Graded Fixed-Income Fund & Popular Income Plus Fund are also authorized to issue debt to invest in securities. This practice is known as leverage. Both practices entail certain risks which are more fully described in each Fund’s Prospectus. The Funds are not registered as an investment company with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Shares offered by each of the Funds are also not registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Please consult with your broker to determine whether an investment in any of the Funds is suitable for your investment goals and objectives. Each of the Funds is an affiliate of Banco Popular de Puerto Rico, Popular Securities, LLC and Popular, Inc. The brokerage products and services are offered by Popular Securities, LLC a registered broker/dealer and member of FINRA and SIPC. Popular Securities, LLC is a subsidiary of Popular, Inc. and an affiliate of Banco Popular de Puerto Rico. Popular, Inc. and Banco Popular de Puerto Rico are not registered broker-dealers.
2 The return obtained from an investment in the Popular High Grade Fixed Income Fund will vary depending on the gain or loss you may have when you sell your shares of the Fund.
3 For purposes of the Fund, a company with large market capitalization is a company with more than $3 billion in market capitalization at the time of the purchase.
4 The payment of dividends, if any, by the Fund is subject to change at any time. Past dividends paid by the Fund do not guarantee that future dividends will be declared and/or that the amount of any such future dividend will be the same. An investment in the Fund is not equivalent to an investment in the underlying securities of the Fund. For more information regarding certain tax matters that may be relevant to an investor in the Fund, please refer to the Fund Prospectus and consult your accountant, attorney or tax advisor.