International Equity Index
NAV AS OF 07/09/20
The International Equity Index Fund is a good choice for those moderate risk investors seeking competitive long-term investment returns through a broadly diversified portfolio. The Fund offers a high degree of relative predictability in an uncertain stock market by seeking investment results, before expenses, approximating the aggregate price and dividend performance of the securities included in the MSCI EAFE Index.
Seeks to Replicate Index
- Passively managed, the Fund seeks to duplicate the investment composition and overall performance of the stocks included in the MSCI EAFE® Index.
- The MSCI EAFE® Index consists of 21 developed countries, primarily in Europe and Asia.
- Use proprietary quantitative techniques designed to minimize trading costs.
If you're a moderate risk investor seeking competitive long-term investment returns through a broadly diversified portfolio, this Fund may be appropriate for you. It offers a high degree of relative predictability in an uncertain stock market by seeking investment results, before expenses, approximating the aggregate price and dividend performance of the securities included in the MSCI EAFE Index.
2% on shares sold or exchanged within 30 days of purchase
Overall Morningstar Rating TM
Among 646 foreign large blend funds derived from a weighted average of the fund's 3-, 5- and 10-year risk-adjusted returns as of 5/31/20.
International Equity Index received 3 stars for the 3-year rating among 646 foreign large blend funds, 3 stars for the 5-year rating among 510 funds and 4 stars for the 10-year rating among 366 funds.
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