Indonesian economic condition is currently attractive for global investors. Along with fascinating growth, financial instruments are flourishing. One of the most popular instruments is equity fund - both conventional equity fund and Islamic equity fund. However, there is a false paradigm in the public of underestimating the performance of Islamic equity fund. This research aims to assess the performance of equity fund in Indonesia, both Islamic and conventional equity fund, and whether they can outperform the market. The performance is measured through rating based on return, Sharpe ratio, Modified Snail Trail, and Morningstar. Together, these methods are wrapped up to test return, risk adjusted return, and rating-based performance of these Indonesian equity fund.