TD currently offers over 2000 Unit Trusts and OEICs from more than 90 different Fund Managers. You can use our Fund Screener and Fund Quickrank tools to narrow down the number of funds available to you and provide information about each fund to help you with your investment decisions.
Fund Screener is ideal to filter the funds we offer by criteria including currency, fund performance and risk, pricing and even minimum initial investment. Each choice you make will reduce the number of funds available to you until you are left with those that match your requirements. Now you are able to look at these funds in more detail.
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You can use this easy to navigate tool to find information and statistics about the range of funds each Fund Manager provides, or detailed information on a particular fund, helping you to research and get a better overview of the product.
Within Fund Quickrank you can find datapoints for each fund relating to the pricing, performance and return on each fund. You can also download relevant documentation to help you with your investment decisions.
Using Fund Quickrank
You can search through all of the discounted funds or filter them by a specific Morningstar™ category. If you just want more information on a specific fund, you search by entering the name of the fund or its ISIN number (this can be found on the KIID or Simplified Prospectus).
You can find Fund Quickrank when you login to your account by going to Markets and Research and choosing Funds or you can click on the link below. Please be aware that you will need to login to your account if you want to place a trade through Quickrank.
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The information within Fund Screener and Fund Quickrank is provided by Morningstar™. It is important to use the Glossary alongside these tools so that you can look up any jargon or terms that may not be familiar to you.
This data is prepared for general information only and individuals should seek independent financial advice relating to their own specific circumstances. Past returns are not a reliable guide to future returns, and investors should be aware that returns can be negative.
If you don’t already have an account you can go to our Choose An Account section to find an account that suits your investment needs.