Performance data represents past performance and is no guarantee of future results. Current performance may be lower or higher than the performance data quoted. Investment return and principal value fluctuate. Redemption may be worth more or less than the original cost. Returns less than one year are not annualized.
Invests in a broad set of U.S. large-cap companies and is designed to increase expected returns* by focusing on firms trading at what we believe are low valuations with higher profitability ratios**.
Pursues the benefits associated with indexing (diversification, low turnover, transparency of exposures), but with the ability to add value by making investment decisions using information in current prices.
Efficient portfolio management and trading process that is designed to enhance returns with the goal of reducing unnecessary risks and costs for investors.
Built to fit seamlessly into an investor's asset allocation
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Average Annual Returns illustrate the annual compounded returns that would have produced the cumulative total return if the fund's performance had remained constant throughout the period indicated. Returns for periods less than one year are not annualized.
|YTD%||1 MO||3 MO||1 YR||3 YR||5 YR||10 YR||LIFE|
|1.58%||-3.71%||-9.17%||2.03%||- -||- -||- -||7.32%|
The gross expense ratio is the fund's total annual operating costs, expressed as a percentage of the fund's average net assets for a given time period. It is gross of any fee waivers or expense reimbursement. Please see the prospectus for more information.
The net expense ratio is the expense ratio after the application of any waivers or reimbursement. This is the actual ratio that investors paid during the fund's most recent fiscal year. Please see the prospectus for more information.
This value represents the sectors included in the portfolio on a percent of assets basis.
Top Countries: Represents the countries included in the portfolio on a percent of assets basis. Top Regions: Represents the regions of the countries represented by the securities included in the portfolio on a percent of assets basis.
Top 20 Holdings
This value represents the top twenty holdings included in the portfolio on a percent of assets basis. Holding weights are rounded to the nearest whole number, which may result in the display of less than ten holdings. Holdings are subject to change without notice. Shares are units of ownership interest in a corporation or financial asset that provide for an equal distribution in any profits, if any are declared, in the form of dividends. In the context of debt instruments, principal can refer to the face value, or par value, of a bond—that is, the actual amount listed on the bond itself. Securities are reported at market value. The portfolio data and its presentation here may differ from the complete schedules of investments in regulatory filings due to differing accounting and reporting requirements.
As of 10/31/2023 View all Holdings
|Meta Platforms Inc||2.63%|
|JPMorgan Chase & Co||2.40%|
|Exxon Mobil Corp||1.95%|
|Costco Wholesale Corp||1.83%|
|Union Pacific Corp||1.58%|
|Verizon Communications Inc||1.48%|
|TJX Cos Inc/The||1.48%|
|Texas Instruments Inc||1.45%|
|Applied Materials Inc||1.43%|
|Deere & Co||1.32%|
|Gilead Sciences Inc||1.31%|
|Johnson & Johnson||1.27%|
|United Parcel Service Inc||1.23%|
|Lam Research Corp||1.18%|
Institutional class shares are only available for purchase by institutions or other financial intermediaries. Review definitions and minimums for share classes in the fund's prospectus.
For detailed descriptions of indices or investing terms referenced above, refer to our glossary.
*Expected Returns: Valuation theory shows that the expected return of a stock is a function of its current price, its book equity (assets minus liabilities) and expected future profits, and that the expected return of a bond is a function of its current yield and its expected capital appreciation (depreciation). We use information in current market prices and company financials to identify differences in expected returns among securities, seeking to overweight securities with higher expected returns based on this current market information. Actual returns may be different than expected returns, and there is no guarantee that the strategy will be successful.
**Profitability-to-Book: The profitability-to-book ratio is used to measure a company's profitability relative to its book value. A company's profitability is generally calculated by subtracting operating expenses from its gross profit. Book value is generally a firm's reported assets minus its liabilities on its balance sheet.
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