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Global Diversified Income Fund (A) (PGBAX)

Class A | Class C | Class I

Portfolio Composition

  as of 09/30/2020
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Top 10 Holdings

  as of 09/30/2020
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% of Net Assets
Principal Government Money Market Instl 1.78
One Call Corp 7.5% 1.42
Auction.Com 0.70
Asurion, Llc 0.68
Pci Pharma Services 0.47
Epic Health Services 0.44
Material Science Note 0.44
NiSource Inc 0.44
Duravant Llc 0.43
Total*: 7.67
*Values may exceed 100% if both long and short positions are included in the portfolio

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Morningstar Style Box™

  as of 09/30/2020
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Stock Sector Breakdown

  as of 09/30/2020
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% of Net Assets
Cyclical 46.75
Basic Materials 5.37
Consumer Cyclical 7.05
Financial Svcs 12.31
Real Estate 22.02
Defensive 32.96
Consumer Defensive 1.37
Healthcare 1.87
Utilities 29.72
Sensitive 20.29
Comm Svcs 5.39
Energy 2.49
Industrials 8.33
Technology 4.08


  as of 09/30/2020
Average Market Cap (mil): $12,377.51
Price/Earnings Ratio: 17.01
Price/Book Ratio: 1.33
Price/Cash Flow Ratio: 5.89
Turnover Ratio: 87.30%

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The full name of this investment option is Principal Global Diversified Income Fund (A).

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Not FDIC Insured
May Lose Value - Not a Deposit - No Bank Guarantee
Not Insured by any Federal Government Agency

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