With a little luck, Malala’s story is going to be a familiar one: A Pakistani girl from a small town in the tribal region of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa who grew up in a remote area, was taken by the Taliban to the Afghan-controlled border area of Kandahar, and spent years in captivity before being rescued in 2009.
In January this year, she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
The fund is one of the best performing in the fund world, and it has a good track record.
But, like all great fund performers, its performance can be hurt by poor returns.
In fact, the fund’s performance has been hit by a lot of bad news in recent months.
In April, it was forced to raise its return target by two per cent to a record high of 7.4 per cent.
It also posted its worst annual performance in more than two years, losing 6.7 per cent in 2017.
The most recent data from Morningstar showed that the fund lost more than a third of its value over the past two years.
“Investors should not expect to see an increase in returns for this fund in the near future,” said Andrew Peltier, chief executive of Morningstar.
“Its poor performance, coupled with the recent news that it has been forced to re-evaluate its investment strategy, will likely cause investors to sell this fund.”
The fund’s chief executive, Michael Boorstin, has said the fund was unlikely to do better in 2019.
But it has some work to do.
The latest data shows that the Fund has missed its target by about three per cent over the last two years and that it is facing some financial headwinds.
For the year to June, it has incurred losses of $2.5 billion, more than double the loss for the previous year.
This has left it with less cash to spend.
That means its funds may not be the best option for most investors.
While it has the potential to outperform the broader index, it is also vulnerable to the market’s current trends.
It has been the target of the most recent global economic downturn, and its share price has been driven down by worries about the impact of the China slowdown.
“The Fund’s performance is not a good sign for the broader economy, and the lack of investment from other funds is also putting it in the crosshairs,” Morningstar said.
“It is also unlikely that the investment of the Fund will generate an immediate return of significant value.”