FourFour Two has revealed the results of its annual Global Equity Research Report.
In its latest report, the firm says that the performance of American mutual funds has not improved over the last 12 months.
In fact, the US funds’ performance has worsened.
The firm also found that the share prices of American Mutual Funds have fallen by an average of 11% year-on-year since the first quarter of 2018.
The index also showed that the fund’s growth is slowing.
Investors may have been expecting better results from American Mutual funds this year.
They were hoping for a strong first quarter, and a strong Q1 performance, to make up for a decline in the S&P 500.
The fund’s annual report does not show the fund making a profit this year, and its Q1 earnings were expected to be in the range of $1.5 to $1,737 per share.
Investors were hoping that the firm would have a good first quarter and an even better Q1.
However, investors may have missed the biggest opportunity in the fund: the decline in its performance.
In 2017, the fund earned $1bn in annual revenue, and earned $7.5bn in revenue in 2018.
While the fund is still growing, it is losing money at a faster rate than in previous years.
The report showed that its return on equity (ROE) is down 14% year on year.
It has also reported that its fund’s net income has declined by $9 billion to $10.4bn, while its net loss is $1 billion.
That’s a drop of $4.5 billion.
Investor expectations were raised when the fund announced its dividend of $0.55 a share in January 2018.
Investors had expected that the dividend would be higher than the current payout, which is $0, but the dividend is now $0 for the first time in the history of the fund.
Investors have also been worried about the fund taking a larger share of the market’s funds.
Investment firm FiveTreeFund is one of the biggest mutual funds in the US, and it reported a profit of $3.8bn in 2017.
Its results are expected to improve this year as it adds new funds.