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International Mid-Cap Blend Equity

International mid-cap blend mutual funds and ETFs invest the majority of their... International mid-cap blend mutual funds and ETFs invest the majority of their assets in mid-sized stocks outside of the U.S. They can be actively or passively managed. Most of the assets are usually invested in developed markets such as Canada, Australia, New Zealand, France, Germany, Japan, and the U.K. These funds may also own some U.S. securities, but these holdings tend to be less than 20% of the total. Mid caps are stocks with market capitalizations between US$1-8 billion. Value stocks tend to exhibit slower-than-average growth, they are more likely to pay dividends, which can increase an investor’s total return. Accordingly, they tend to trade at lower valuations (price-earnings ratios, for example), than growth stocks, which are companies projected to grow at a faster rate than the stock market average, based on measures such as book value, revenue, and earnings per share. Accordingly, they tend to trade at higher valuations (price-earnings ratios, for example), than value stocks. This is because they are typically valued more for their potential years from now, rather than their current revenue or earnings. Blend funds aim to focus on the right combination of stocks, which can provide a balance between value and growth stock attributes. International mid-cap blend mutual funds and ETFs can invest in a range of sectors. However, common sectors include financial services, communications, information technology, energy, consumer discretionary, consumer staples, and industrials. Funds that have a greater concentration in value stocks will tend to exhibit less volatility than a fund solely focused on growth stocks. By contrast, a fund with a greater concentration in growth stocks will tend to exhibit more volatility but offer investors the chance for higher returns. Last Updated: 02/23/2024 View more View less

International mid-cap blend mutual funds and ETFs invest the majority of their assets in mid-sized stocks outside of the U.S. They can be actively or passively managed. Most of the assets are usually... International mid-cap blend mutual funds and ETFs invest the majority of their assets in mid-sized stocks outside of the U.S. They can be actively or passively managed. Most of the assets are usually invested in developed markets such as Canada, Australia, New Zealand, France, Germany, Japan, and the U.K. These funds may also own some U.S. securities, but these holdings tend to be less than 20% of the total. Mid caps are stocks with market capitalizations between US$1-8 billion. Value stocks tend to exhibit slower-than-average growth, they are more likely to pay dividends, which can increase an investor’s total return. Accordingly, they tend to trade at lower valuations (price-earnings ratios, for example), than growth stocks, which are companies projected to grow at a faster rate than the stock market average, based on measures such as book value, revenue, and earnings per share. Accordingly, they tend to trade at higher valuations (price-earnings ratios, for example), than value stocks. This is because they are typically valued more for their potential years from now, rather than their current revenue or earnings. Blend funds aim to focus on the right combination of stocks, which can provide a balance between value and growth stock attributes. International mid-cap blend mutual funds and ETFs can invest in a range of sectors. However, common sectors include financial services, communications, information technology, energy, consumer discretionary, consumer staples, and industrials. Funds that have a greater concentration in value stocks will tend to exhibit less volatility than a fund solely focused on growth stocks. By contrast, a fund with a greater concentration in growth stocks will tend to exhibit more volatility but offer investors the chance for higher returns. Last Updated: 02/23/2024 View more View less

Overview

Returns

Income

Allocations

Fees

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Security Type
Management Style
Share Class Type
Share Class Account
As of 2/23/24

$77.40

+0.13%

$46.41 B

2.40%

$1.86

15.63%

3.51%

6.92%

4.39%

0.33%

$113.26

+0.66%

$10.28 B

7.25%

$8.21

8.98%

-0.84%

4.94%

3.64%

0.07%

$61.16

-0.08%

$10.14 B

2.72%

$1.66

7.54%

-2.89%

4.18%

4.21%

0.40%

$52.03

+0.13%

$4.25 B

2.74%

$1.43

13.59%

0.22%

5.38%

3.89%

0.34%

$34.40

+0.91%

$3.58 B

5.01%

$1.72

5.85%

-1.83%

3.90%

3.09%

0.11%

$25.96

+0.04%

$1.63 B

0.91%

$0.23

18.80%

0.15%

5.30%

6.13%

0.97%

$11.31

-0.26%

$1.27 B

2.91%

$0.33

9.53%

-0.96%

3.78%

-

1.07%

$11.31

-0.26%

$1.27 B

2.90%

$0.33

9.52%

-0.94%

3.80%

-

1.07%

$11.30

-0.35%

$1.27 B

2.67%

$0.30

9.26%

-1.22%

3.51%

-

1.32%

$31.18

+0.71%

$661.95 M

2.32%

$0.72

3.77%

-3.10%

3.22%

3.41%

0.40%

$8.14

+0.87%

$653.85 M

3.17%

$0.26

6.64%

-

-

-

0.14%

$31.75

-0.22%

$546.75 M

4.60%

$1.46

6.92%

0.49%

5.40%

-

0.23%

$55.30

+0.07%

$504.84 M

1.44%

$0.80

15.56%

3.02%

-

-

0.25%

$39.97

-0.45%

$323.61 M

0.79%

$0.32

13.32%

2.38%

6.02%

-

1.08%

$19.86

-0.15%

$253.95 M

0.00%

-

8.32%

-0.07%

5.06%

3.66%

0.93%

$30.39

+0.18%

$174.77 M

2.68%

$0.81

16.04%

6.24%

8.72%

-

0.70%

$30.12

-0.02%

$98.33 M

2.66%

$0.80

12.88%

5.86%

8.93%

-

0.82%

$10.79

+1.03%

$6.50 M

0.00%

-

8.08%

-

-

-

2.77%

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