Awards and Recognition
Morningstar Analyst Rating
Morningstar Analysts have rated the fund a bronze medal (effective 3/17/2022). Fewer than 33% of the U.S. Open End funds have a medalist rating (effective 03/31/2022).^
Fees & Expenses
Pricing & Performance
Performance data quoted represents past performance, which is no guarantee of future results, and current performance may be lower or higher than the figures shown. For the most recent month-end performance figures, please select the "month" timeframe or call 1-800-548-7786. Investment returns and principal value will fluctuate and fund shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. For additional important information, please click here.
Past performance is not indicative of future results. Information above does not take into account any applicable sales charges.
Average Annual Total Returns As of 04/30/2022 As of 03/31/2022
Average Annual Total Returns
Past performance is not indicative of future results. The Portfolio's calendar year returns do not include the deduction of any applicable sales charges.
Past performance is not indicative of future results.
as of 04/30/2022
Rankings are based on total returns, are historical and do not guarantee future results. For additional Morningstar information, refer to the disclosures below.
Composition As of 03/31/2022
Holdings As of 04/30/2022
Full Holdings Report available at least 45 calendar days after quarter-end.
As of April 30, 2022, the Fund does not have direct exposure to and does not hold companies listed or domiciled in Russia, Ukraine or Belarus.
Portfolio turnover is sourced from the fund's current prospectus. View current prospectus for the as of date.
Insights by Counterpoint Global
Intangibles and Earnings
Apr 12, 2022
The shift from tangible to intangible investments has complicated the ability to interpret financial statements. One solution is to record intangible investments on the balance sheet and then amortize them over their useful lives. These adjustments recast profitability for some companies and are inconsequential for others. Overall, we estimate that earnings for the S&P 500 would be about 10 percent higher with these changes. This suggests great caution in comparing earnings or valuation multiples over time.