The Fund NAV data for mutual funds is dont adjusted for dividends or capital gains. For stocks and ETFs I'm able to get the total returns using "TR.TotalReturn1D" but for mutual funds Im not able to get the total returns. Because the prices are not adjusted, calculating return on the unadjusted price will be wrong on the date of the dividends/capital gain release.
Im able to retreive dividends and capital gains for any mutual fund using which I can adjust the NAVs on the release of capital gains or dividends but directly getting the returns data is much easier and less prone to error.
Is there any way to directly get total returns of any mutual fund similar to "TR.TotalReturn1D" for stocks and ETFs?
Image1: Python using Eikon API for ticker VWIGX
Image2: Yahoo data for ticker VWIGX