spiva_2010 - Report 1: Percentage of U.S. Equity Funds...

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      |    Fund Category Comparison Index One Year Three Year Five Year All Domestic Equity Funds 55.98 55.58 60.64 All Large Cap Funds S&P 500 75.42 52.09 63.76 All Mid Cap Funds 80.76 76.52 76.65 All Small Cap Funds 71.78 68.01 65.18 All Multi Cap Funds 65.16 58.02 65.08 Large Cap Growth Funds 61.74 71.63 78.26 Large Cap Core Funds S&P 500 78.93 54.18 65.67 Large Cap Value Funds 80.65 31.72 40.98 Mid Cap Growth Funds 79.29 82.23 77.65 Mid Cap Core Funds 83.70 76.36 79.81 Mid Cap Value Funds 75.82 76.40 75.31 Small Cap Growth Funds 83.09 81.55 77.84 Small Cap Core Funds 73.95 67.36 62.62 Small Cap Value Funds 49.18 51.52 47.50 MultiCap Growth Funds 56.00 75.14 68.57 MultiCap Core Funds 67.52 51.96 59.93 MultiCap Value Funds 71.53 56.95 66.25 Real Estate Funds 86.09 68.04 59.21 Report 1: Percentage of U.S. Equity Funds Outperformed by Benchmarks Source: Standard & Poor's, CRSP. Data as of June 30, 2010. Performance is based upon equal weighted fund counts. Charts and graphs are provided for illustrative purposes only. Indices are statistical composites and their returns do not include payment of any sales charges or fees an investor would pay to purchase the securities they represent. Such costs would lower performance.
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