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Short-Term Income Fund (A) (SRHQX)






Class A | Class C | Class J | Class I

Portfolio Composition

  as of 11/30/2020
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Asset Distribution
Asset TypeNetShortLong
U.S. Bonds 84.82% 0.0%   84.82%  
Cash 7.17% 0.96%   8.13%  
Non-U.S. Bonds 7.04% 0.0%   7.04%  
Convertibles 0.97% 0.0%   0.97%  
Total100%


Top 10 Holdings

  as of 11/30/2020
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% of Net Assets
United States Treasury Bills 1.00
United States Treasury Bills 0.83
United States Treasury Bills 0.83
Gilead Sciences, Inc. 0.82
Sprint Spectrum Co Llc / Sprint Spectrum Co Ii Llc / Sprint Spectrum Co Iii 0.73
Principal Government Money Market Instl 0.70
Morgan Stanley 0.67
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation 0.66
Jpmorgan Chase & Co. 0.66
Ba Credit Card Trust 0.64
Total*: 7.54
*Values may exceed 100% if both long and short positions are included in the portfolio

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Morningstar Style Box™

  as of 11/30/2020
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Investment Style
Stylebox Market Capitalization

Credit Analysis

  as of 11/30/2020
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% Bonds
AAA 35.51
AA 12.95
A 16.86
BBB 31.86
BB 0.56
B 0.33
Not Rated 1.93

Statistics

 
as of 11/30/2020
Average Eff Duration (yrs): 1.93
Average Eff Maturity (yrs): 2.34
Avg Weighted Coupon: 2.27
Avg Weighted Price: $103.14
30-Day SEC Yield - Subsidized (Net)
as of 12/31/2020:
0.22%
30-Day SEC Yield - Non-Subsidized (Gross)
as of 12/31/2020:
0.22%

Analysis

  as of 11/30/2020
Turnover Ratio: 52.40%
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