• Prospectuses & Reports
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Glossary

 

Summary Prospectus: a legal document that provides a summary of a fund’s prospectus. The summary prospectus includes information such as fund investment objectives, strategies, risks, costs, investment results and other information to help investors make an informed decision about investing in a mutual fund. As summary prospectuses are made available, they will be added to this page.

Prospectus: a legal document describing the objectives of a mutual fund, the background of fund managers, and key financial data, such as expenses and fund results. A prospectus is designed to provide investors with the information they need to make an informed decision about investing in a mutual fund.

Statement of Additional Information (SAI): contains detailed information about various fund policies; officers, directors and others who manage the fund; investment services; brokerage commissions; and tax issues. Also known as “Part B” of the prospectus.

Annual report: a yearly record of a mutual fund’s financial status that must be distributed to shareholders under Securities and Exchange Commission regulations. The report includes a review of the fund’s operations as well as various financial statements.

Semiannual report: a six-month record of a mutual fund’s financial status that must be distributed to shareholders under Securities and Exchange Commission regulations. The report includes a review of the fund’s operations as well as various financial statements.