If you are a Vietnamese resident and you invest in Vietnamese stocks, it is easy to compute your returns. You would be doing so in you currency..the Vietnamese Dong. However, things become more tricky as an international investor investing in Vietnam (or any other country using a different currency). Indeed, you have two ways to determine your performance, looking at the performance in VND or looking at the performance in your own currency. Since we have clients from many different countries using many different currencies, we have taken the decision to only look at the performance in VND. Consequently, our performance report ignores currency exchange rates. Never forget though that exchange rates can also move in your favor.