Mutual Fund Replacement

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Estimates of cost savings are based on certain assumptions, which you can change here.


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Holdings Data
Holdings dateMar 21, 2019
Number of holdings0
Coverage10%
Fee Structure
Expenses0 bp
Max load-- %
Redemption fee-- %
Top 10 Holdings
Sector Breakdown
1. Coverage indicates the percentage by weight of the mutual fund's holdings which we were able to match to a security in our database.
Ticker Fund Overlap2
vs.
Estimated
Savings3
Disclosures: 1. Overlap is based on disclosed holdings as of Mar 21, 2019, with weightings for each holding adjusted for recent changes in price. Portfolio holdings may have changed substantially since then and as a result the overlap with an ETF may be significantly overstated or understated. In most cases we consider holding an American Depository Receipt ("ADR") as equivalent to holding the company's common shares. 2. Estimates of cost savings are hypothetical and based on certain assumptions, which you can change here. When calculating estimated savings, we consider the difference in stated management fees between the mutual fund and an ETF, the investment amount, holding period, and costs associated with trading an ETF including trading commissions and the average bid/ask spread. Mutual fund redemption fees, if any, are not included in our calculations, though investors should consider their impact when deciding on a potential replacement. Investors should also consider factors other than costs when evaluating a mutual fund or ETF, such as the portfolio manager's historical track record and skill in adapting the portfolio to changing market conditions.