Offering the broadest range of stocks, our All Cap strategy combines the higher growth potential of our small- and mid-cap strategies with the added stability of larger, more mature companies.
Long-term capital appreciation through investment in equities of US companies
|Historical EPS Growth 5 Yr||14.8%|
|Forecast EPS Growth 5 Yr||12.3%|
|Debt to Capital||36.0%|
|Forecast P/E (one year)||28.4x|
|Turnover (one year)||12.2%|
|Number of issues||33|
|Wtd. Average Market Cap||$154.1B|
|Median Market Cap||$39.4B|
The US All Cap Growth investment strategy seeks long-term capital appreciation by investing in stocks of small- to large-capitalization companies. There are no market capitalization restrictions for this strategy. The benchmark for the US All Cap Growth strategy is the Russell 3000® Growth Index. The US All Cap Growth strategy is a high conviction, best ideas portfolio with the number of holdings generally between 30 and 50.
Investing in small and medium-sized companies (i.e. market capitalization less than $20 billion) may be riskier than investing in large companies for several reasons. Many small to medium-sized companies are young and have shorter track records, fewer product lines, limited markets for their products and limited financial resources. They may be more vulnerable to adverse business and economic conditions than large companies.
Stock issued by small and medium-sized companies tend to be less liquid and more volatile than stocks of larger companies with greater resources and more diverse product lines, and more volatile than the market in general. However, larger companies’ growth rates may not be as high as successful small and mid-sized companies and they may not be able to respond as quickly to competitive challenges. Some of the risk involved in investing in small and medium growth stocks may be reduced in this strategy since there are no market capitalization restrictions and the strategy also invests in large company stocks which may be less volatile.
Past performance is not indicative of future results. Investments cannot be made in an index. Returns greater than one year are annualized. *This information is shown as supplemental information to the US All Cap Growth Composite Annual Disclosure Presentation shown on the back page.
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