Growth of a $10,000 Investment in the Fund vs. Benchmarks over 10 Years
|Average Annual Total Returns||For Periods Ended June 30, 2018|
|1 Yr.||3 Yrs.||5 Yrs.||10 Yrs.|
|Lipper Flexible Portfolio Fund Index||6.86%||6.14%||6.99%||5.73%|
|ICE BAML 1-3 Yr. BB Cash Pay High Yield Index||1.75%||3.78%||4.07%||6.19%|
|ICE BAML 3-Month T-Bill Index||1.36%||0.68%||0.42%||0.35%|
|Russell 3000 Value Index||7.25%||8.48%||10.40%||8.60%|
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This chart illustrates the performance of a hypothetical $10,000 investment made in the Fund ten years ago and assumes reinvestment of dividends and capital gains.
The “Benchmark” is a weighted average comprised of 60% Russell 3000 Value Index / 30% ICE BAML 1-3yr BB Cash Pay High Yield Index / 10% ICE BAML 3-month T-Bill Index (rebalanced monthly). The Russell 3000 Value Index is a capitalization-weighted index composed of those companies that are among the largest 3000 US-incorporated equities by market capitalization that exhibit value characteristics such as lower price-to-book ratios and lower expected growth rates. This index is a total return market index, which assumes that all cash distributions are reinvested, in addition to tracking the price movements. The ICE BAML 1-3 year BB Cash Pay High Yield Index, a subset of ICE BAML U.S. Cash Pay High Yield Index, consists of all securities rated BB- through BB+ by S&P with a remaining term to final maturity of 3 years or less. The ICE BAML U.S. 3-month T-Bill Index reflects the performance of purchasing a single T-Bill issue at the beginning of the month and holding it for a full month. Lipper Flexible Fund Index, as defined by Lipper Inc., is composed of funds that allocate investments across various asset classes, with a focus on total return. You cannot invest directly in an index.