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It shouldn't be about which Fund performs the best or which Fund at any given point in time performs the worst.
It should about Fund Manager investment philosophy and what they do to protect investors funds, particularly managing the downside risk.
No one bats a 1000 and always gets things right, 100.0% of the time.
Advisers don't and neither do Fund Managers.
You need to know what Fund Managers got wrong, what did they learn from it and would they do it again ?
The questions are really simple and if you ask them, I've never found a Fund Manager who wouldn't provide the answers.
It's the adviser that's in the client's gun sights when things go wrong and they lose money, not the Fund Manager.
Not all managers stick to their mandates and unless you find that out, you're all leaving yourselves open to criticism and angst from clients.