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Mutual Funds

Diversify with large a group of investments.

What is a mutual fund?

A mutual fund is an investment vehicle
made up of a large portfolio of stocks, bonds,
or other securities (often in excess of 100). Funds can either be managed with a professional fund manager (at a higher expense) or indexed – that is, constructed to mirror the ups and downs of an index, like the S&P 500 or the U.S. bond market – generally with lower fees.


How can mutual funds
fit into your plan?

Because most mutual funds hold well over 100 securities, they can help diversify your portfolio. While they are a common investment vehicle for retirement plans, mutual funds can be a good tool for non-retirement goals as well. Our advisors can help you identify the right selection of mutual funds for your portfolio.

Who are mutual funds for?

Mutual funds can be a good, cost-effective way for many people to invest. Mutual funds commonly require low minimum investments, often between $1,000–$3,000.

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American Funds Review — Everything You Need to Know Before Investing

American Funds is one of the largest mutual fund companies in the world. Their funds are offered through brokers and can be found in many 401(k) plans in the U.S. In this American Funds review, we'll highlight the pros and cons of investing and how to open an account with a leading mutual fund company.

Who Is American Funds Best For?

American Funds is part of Capital Group, which was founded in 1931 and manages over $2.2 trillion in assets as of 2021.

Capital Group can be found around the globe, with 7,800 employees in offices in multiple locales, including North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Their mutual funds are sold in a number of ways: through brokerage firms, by online discount brokers, or as part of 401(k) plans.

American Funds should appeal to investors who want to purchase high-quality mutual funds from brokers, and may be a good fit for investors who are looking for:

  • Advice from brokers
  • Above-average long-term returns
  • Actively managed funds that charge loads (or fees) in exchange for advice
  • High-quality funds for long-term savings accounts, such as 401(k) plans or IRAs

The funds listed here are loaded funds, meaning they charge for purchases and sales, and they may have fees for other expenses, such as 12b-1 fees. This is why they are most often sold through brokers—investors buy loaded funds in exchange for advice.

American Funds offers more than 30 mutual funds in many diverse categories. Some of these rank as the best funds compared to others in the same group. This may or may not mean American Funds is the best fit for you. Weigh the pros and cons with care before you decide to purchase their funds.

Pros
  • Managed by professional advisors

  • Investment advice (if funds are purchased through a broker)

  • Wide range of options of high-quality mutual funds

  • Many fund share classes to suit investor preferences of all kinds

  • Expense ratios are low compared to other actively managed funds

Cons
  • No sector funds, index funds, or exchange-traded funds (ETFs)

  • Expense ratios higher than some no-load funds

  • Funds only available through brokers or 401(k) plans

Types of Funds Available at American Funds

American Funds offers mutual funds that cover seven main types including:

  • Growth Stock
  • Growth-and-Income
  • Equity-Income
  • Balanced
  • Taxable Bond
  • Tax-Exempt Bond
  • Money Market

Growth Stock Funds

Growth funds seek to increase capital in the long term by buying stock in companies that are on track for major growth. Here are American Funds’ growth stock mutual funds (Class A shares; cost figures here and throughout are current as of September 2021):

  • EuroPacific Growth Fund (AEPGX): Invests in companies of all sizes, mainly in Europe and Asian countries in the Pacific region. Expense ratio is 0.82%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • The New Economy Fund (ANEFX): Invests in stocks of companies that focus on new technologies or products and services that can help grow a global economy. Expense ratio is 0.76%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • New Perspective Fund (ANWPX): Invests in multi-national companies that have strong growth prospects. Expense ratio is 0.76%, front load is 5.75% and requires $250 to start.
  • AMCAP Fund (AMCPX): Invests in well-managed U.S. companies of various sizes, that have potential for strong, long-term growth. Expense ratio is 0.68%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • The Growth Fund of America (AGTHX): Invests in growth stocks that have long-term growth potential. This fund is safer than most large-cap growth funds. Expense ratio is 0.64%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • SMALLCAP World Fund (SMCWX): Invests in companies all around the world with market capitalizations up to $6 billion. Expense ratio is 1.06%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • New World Fund (NEWFX): Invests in newer markets and countries that have strong ties with developing economies. Expense ratio is 1%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.

Growth-and-Income Funds

Growth-and-income funds seek growth of capital and current income through stock that pays dividends. Here are American Funds’ Growth and Income Funds:

  • Capital World Growth and Income Fund (CWGIX): This fund seeks stocks of companies around the world that can offer investors growth and current income. Expense ratio is 0.76%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • International Growth and Income Fund (IGAAX): Invests mainly in large companies outside of the U.S. that pay dividends. Holds more non-U.S. stocks than other American Funds with holdings in other countries. Expense ratio is 0.91%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • American Mutual Fund (AMRMX): Seeks current income, growth of capital, and to preserve principal. Avoids “sin stocks” like those that produce alcohol or tobacco. Expense ratio is 0.59%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • Fundamental Investors (ANCFX): Seeks value stocks that are either undervalued by the market or under-appreciated by investors. Focused on growth over yield. Expense ratio is 0.61%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • The Investment Company of America (AIVSX): The oldest fund in the American Funds lineup, AIVSX owns large, well-known U.S. companies. Its focus is on long-term growth, and not as much on current income. Expense ratio is 0.58%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • Washington Mutual Investors Fund (AWSHX): This fund puts stocks through a strict vetting process before adding them to their portfolio. It is rare for AWSHX to purchase stocks that profit from alcohol or tobacco. Expense ratio is 0.58%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • American Funds Developing World Growth and Income (DWGAX): Seeks growth and income stocks, mainly of newer markets and economies. Expense ratio is 1.26%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.

Equity-Income Funds

Equity-income funds seek income and growth through a mix of bonds and stocks that pay dividends. American Funds offer two equity-income funds:

  • Capital Income Builder (CAIBX): This fund typically holds stocks of companies that can provide above-average current income. Holdings are mainly stocks of companies that have held up over time, and that pay above-average dividends or with a strong chance of income in the future. CAIBX funds can invest up to 50% of assets outside of the United States. Expense ratio is 0.61%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • The Income Fund of America (AMECX): This fund has a flexible approach to finding above-average income. It can invest up to 30% of assets in stocks of companies and 10% in fixed-income securities outside of the U.S. It can invest only 20% of its assets in high-yield bonds rated below investment grade (BB/Ba and below). Expense ratio is 0.57%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.

Balanced Funds

Balanced funds seek to conserve principal, along with long-term growth of capital and current income through a mix of securities, usually stocks and bonds. American Funds offers two balanced funds:

  • American Funds Global Balanced Fund (GBLAX): Invests in stocks and bonds all around the globe, seeking growth, conservation of principal, and current income. Expense ratio is 0.84%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • American Balanced Fund (ABALX): Offers a diversified balance of quality stocks and bonds, that can include up to 20% of portfolio assets in non-U.S. holdings. Expense ratio is 0.58%, front load is 5.75%, and requires $250 to start.

Taxable Bond Funds

Taxable bond funds seek current income through fixed-income securities. These funds are best for accounts with tax benefits, such as IRAs and 401(k)s. Here are the taxable bond funds offered at American Funds:

  • American High-Income Trust (AHITX): Invests in high-yield bonds which can produce stock-like returns, although they have greater market risk than standard bonds. Expense ratio is 0.73%, front load is 3.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • American Funds Corporate Bond Fund (BFCAX): Invests mainly in investment-grade or higher-quality corporate bonds. Expense ratio is 0.83%, front load is 3.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • American Funds Emerging Markets Bond Fund (EBNAX): Invests in government and corporate bonds in newer markets. Bond holdings may be high-yield. Expense ratio is 1.08%, front load is 3.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • American Funds Inflation Linked Bond Fund (BFIAX): Invests mainly in inflation-linked securities, such as Treasury inflation-protected securities (TIPS). This may offer investors both current income and protection against inflation. Expense ratio is 0.70%, front load is 2.50%, and requires $250 to start.
  • American Funds Strategic Bond Fund (ANBAX): Seeks total returns higher than core bond funds, but higher yields and less risk than equity securities. Expense ratio is 0.81%, front load is 3.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • Short Term Bond Fund of America (ASBAX): Invests mainly in U.S. government bonds and mortgage-backed securities with an average maturity of up to three years. This mix can result in higher yields than money market funds, but lower interest-rate risk than bond funds, with longer average maturity. Expense ratio is 0.70%, front load is 2.50%, and requires $250 to start.
  • Intermediate Bond Fund of America (AIBAX): Mainly holds high-quality government and corporate bonds that mature between three and five years. Expense ratio is 0.63%, front load is 2.50%, and requires $250 to start.
  • U.S. Government Securities Fund (AMUSX): Invests mostly in Treasury and agency securities and attempts to minimize interest rate risk. Expense ratio is 0.66%, front load is 3.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • American Funds Mortgage Fund (MFAAX): Invests in a diversified blend of high-quality mortgage-related securities. Expense ratio is 0.65%, front load is 3.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • The Bond Fund of America (ABNDX): This is American Funds’ most diversified bond fund. ABNDX invests in nearly every sector of the bond market, with a focus on high-quality bonds. Expense ratio is 0.57%, front load is 3.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • Capital World Bond Fund (CWBFX): Invests mainly in government and corporate bonds in both developed and developing markets outside of the U.S. Expense ratio is 0.92%, front load is 3.75%, and requires $250 to start.

Tax-Exempt Bond Funds

Tax-exempt bond funds seek to earn tax-free interest through municipal bonds. Tax-exempt bond funds are best held in taxable accounts, especially for those investors in high federal tax brackets. Here are American Funds’ tax-exempt bond funds:

  • American High-Income Municipal Bond (AMHIX): Invests mainly in high-yielding municipal bonds, as it seeks to offer tax-exempt income. Expense ratio is 0.67%, front load is 3.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • American Funds Short-Term Tax-Exempt Bond Fund (ASTEX): Seeks to provide higher income than money market funds by holding high-quality, short-term municipal bonds. On average these securities mature in three years or less. Expense ratio is 0.58%, front load is 2.50%, and requires $250 to start.
  • American Funds Tax-Exempt Fund of New York (NYAAX): Seeks to provide tax-exempt income at the federal, state, and New York City levels for New York residents by investing in municipal bonds within the state. Expense ratio is 0.67%, front load is 3.75%, and requires $1,000 to start.
  • Limited Term Tax-Exempt Bond Fund of America (LTEBX): Invests in a diverse array of municipal bonds that mature on average between three and 10 years, and with medium- to high-grade credit quality (BBB and above). Expense ratio is 0.60%, front load is 2.50%, and requires $250 to start.
  • The Tax-Exempt Bond Fund of America (AFTEX): American Funds’ most diversified municipal bond fund, AFTEX invests only in bonds that are not subject to the alternative minimum tax. Expense ratio is 0.52%, front load is 3.75%, and requires $250 to start.
  • The Tax-Exempt Fund of California (TAFTX): Seeks to provide tax-exempt income at the federal and state levels for California residents by investing in municipal bonds within the state. Expense ratio is 0.61%, front load is 3.75%, and requires $1,000 to start.

Money Market Funds

American Funds offers just one money market fund, American Funds U.S. Government Money Market Fund (AFAXX). Like all money market funds, it is liquid and can be withdrawn with no fees or hassle, and provides stable (though low) growth rates. Money market funds rarely see losses in principal, offering low yields but still a greater chance of earning income than most bank savings accounts. This fund has no load and the expense ratio is 0.38%.

How to Buy American Funds

American Funds are available to purchase through stockbrokers and some online discount brokers. Typically, American Funds are loaded, which means investors pay a sales charge, either upon purchase (front-loaded A shares) or upon sale of shares within one year of purchase (back-loaded C shares).

Other share classes are available. Some funds (R shares) can be purchased as load-waived, which is common in 401(k) plans.

Customer Service

Have questions or need help? You can reach representatives from the Capital Group Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 7:00 pm EST, at 1 (800) 421-4225.

If you're calling from outside the U.S., you can call collect at either +1 (757) 670-4900 or +1 (949) 975-5000.

If you need help navigating American Funds' website, call 1 (800) 421-4225 ext. 99.

About American Funds

Since 1931, Capital Group—home of American Funds—has been helping individuals, retirees, sponsors, administrators, financial advisors, institutions, and more figure out investment solutions that serve their long-term goals. Capital Group is one of the largest mutual fund managers in the world, with over $2.2 trillion in assets under management (AUM) as of 2021.

The Bottom Line

BENEFITS

American Funds offers high-quality, low-cost mutual funds available through brokers, (some) online discount brokers, and in 401(k) plans.

DRAWBACKS

When purchased outside of a 401(k) plan, investors will typically pay a sales charge. Do-it-yourself investors can find no-load funds with lower expense ratios; however, they do not receive investment advice unless they pay a separate fee.

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Northwestern Mutual

Company

Northwestern Mutual is an Americanfinancial servicesmutual organization based in Milwaukee. The financial security company provides consultation on wealth and asset income protection, education planning, retirement planning, investment advisory services, financial planning trust and private client services, estate planning and business planning. Its products include life insurance, permanent life insurance, disability income, and long-term care insurance; annuities; investments; and investment advisory products and services.[3] Northwestern Mutual ranked No. 90 on the 2021 Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by total revenue and is in the top 30 by assets held.[4] The firm distributes a portion of its earnings to eligible policyholders as annual dividends.[5]

History[edit]

Northwestern Mutual was founded as the Mutual Life Insurance Company of the State of Wisconsin on March 2, 1857. Originally located in Janesville, Wisconsin, the fledgling company relocated to Milwaukee in 1859. Shortly after, the company experienced its first two death claims, when an excursion train traveling from Janesville to Fond du Lac, Wisconsin derailed, killing 14 people, two of whom were policy owners.[citation needed] With losses amounting to $3,500 and having funds of only $2,000, company President Samuel Daggett and Treasurer Charles Nash personally borrowed the needed funds to pay the claims immediately.

In 1864, the company paid its first dividends to policy owners.[6]  It again paid dividends in 1867 and 1870, and has done so annually since 1872.[7]

By 1865, it was operating throughout the Midwest and had entered the East Coast, and the board of trustees changed the company’s name to The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company.[8][9]

For the first half of the 1900s, Northwestern Mutual focused on life insurance. In 1969, the company began offering disability insurance, and by the late 1970s a series of retirement annuities were available. In the 1990s, the company introduced long-term care insurance, and in 2000, the company changed its name to Northwestern Mutual.[10]

Following the accident, the company saw a rapid increase in its sales and an expansion into new markets. By 1865, it was operating throughout the Midwest and had entered the market along the East coast.[citation needed] To reflect this increased presence, the board of trustees changed the company's name to The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company. In 1864, the company paid its first dividends to policy owners. It again paid dividends in 1867 and 1870, and has done so annually since 1872.[11]

Throughout the early years of the 20th century, Northwestern Mutual focused on life insurance. At the same time, the company worked to increase its accountability. In 1907, company leaders invited policy owners who were not trustees to probe into finances for accountability. This unique tradition has continued to the present day; members of the Policy owners’ Examining Committee have unrestricted access to evaluate Northwestern Mutual's operations, management and strategic plans independently.[12]

In 1969, the company began offering disability insurance. Less than a decade later, a series of retirement annuities were introduced for the employee benefits market. In the 1990s, the company saw further growth with the introduction of its long-term care insurance. In 2000, the company changed its name to reflect this broadening of its product offerings to just Northwestern Mutual.[13]

In 2001 the company continued to expand its product and service offerings by launching a wholly owned subsidiary known today as Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company (NMWMC), a federal savings bank. Through NMWMC, the company offers a range of financial planning products and services including investment management, fee-based financial planning, business retirement plans, and trust and private client services.[3]

In 2015 Northwestern Mutual began construction of Northwestern Mutual Tower and Commons; it opened in 2017.[14][15][16][17]

On March 25, 2015, Northwestern Mutual bought financial planning company LearnVest for over $250 million.[18]

In 2018, Northwestern Mutual reduced underwriting time and introduced an online digital platform for clients.[19]

Northwestern Mutual used to serve as the presenting sponsor of the Rose Bowl Game, an NCAA Division Icollege footballbowl game played annually on New Year's Day.[20]

As of 2021, the company had $308.8 billion in assets, $31.1 billion in revenues, and $2 trillion worth of active life insurance protection and the company worked with more than 4.75 million clients. They managed $200 billion of investments owned by its clients and held or managed through its wealth management and investment services businesses.[21][22][23][24] In June 2020, Northwestern Mutual also reported a $1.6 million pledge to All-In Milwaukee to finance the latest Talent of the Future initiative over the next four years, through its Foundation and in collaboration with the Diversity and Inclusion department.[25]

Northwestern Mutual has registered the top-level domain,[26] which is currently the longest TLD.

Subsidiaries[edit]

The company’s services and products are offered through several subsidiaries:

  • Mason Street Advisors is an SEC-registered investment advisor for Northwestern Mutual Series Fund variable annuity and variable life products.
  • Northwestern Long Term Care Insurance Company offers Northwestern Mutual's long-term care insurance.
  • Northwestern Mutual Investment Management Company manages Northwestern Mutual's investments in public and private debt, private equity and real estate.
  • Northwestern Mutual Investment Services is the company's broker-dealer, which is also a registered investment advisor and member FINRA and SIPC.
  • Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company provides financial planning, investment advisory and trust services, and is a federal savings bank.[27]

Financial ratings[edit]

Northwestern Mutual has the highest financial strength ratings currently awarded to U.S. life insurers by all of the major rating agencies.[28][29][30][31]

Investment and innovation[edit]

Since launching in 2017, Northwestern Mutual Future Ventures, Northwestern Mutual’s venture capital arm, has invested more than $50 million in 18 tech startups.  [32]

In 2019, the company partnered with Accenture, Advocate Aurora Health, Johnson Controls, Kohl's and Rockwell Automation to form the MKE Tech Hub Coalition, an effort focused on attracting and retaining tech talent in the Milwaukee region.[33]

Research[edit]

Northwestern Mutual regularly publishes research examining U.S. adults’ attitudes and behaviors toward money, financial decision-making and caregiving.[34]

Awards and honors[edit]

Northwestern Mutual was ranked #368 among America's Best Employers 2021 by Forbes.[35]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  14. ^Sadovi, Maura Webber (September 24, 2013). "Milwaukee Office Tower to Get Silicon Implant". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved March 26, 2018.
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  17. ^Northwestern Mutual Tower named Project of the Year in Milwaukee Business Journal Real Estate Awards Mark Kass, Milwaukee Business Journal, April 12, 2018
  18. ^Kosoff, Maya (May 25, 2015). "LearnVest, one of New York's fastest-growing startups, just got acquired by Northwestern Mutual for more than $250 million". Business Insider.
  19. ^Gores, Paul. "New planning tool is key part of Northwestern Mutual's digital strategy". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved 2020-07-18.
  20. ^Myerberg, Paul (May 13, 2014). "Northwestern Mutual to sponsor Rose Bowl". USA Today. Retrieved December 27, 2017.
  21. ^Weiland, Andrew (2021-02-19). "Northwestern Mutual tops $2 trillion in life insurance for policyowners". biztimes.com.
  22. ^Hauer, Sarah. "Northwestern Mutual posts 'remarkable year' in 2020, with record revenue, surplus and assets". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved 2021-03-15.
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  25. ^"Northwestern Mutual commits $1.6 million to All-In Milwaukee to strengthen academic opportunities for underrepresented youth". Cision PR Newswire. 25 June 2020. Retrieved 24 July 2020.
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  29. ^Smith, Ryan. "Northwestern Mutual earns top marks from Fitch". www.insurancebusinessmag.com. Retrieved 2020-07-18.
  30. ^"Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company Credit Rating - Moody's". www.moodys.com. Retrieved 2020-07-18.
  31. ^"S&P Ratings".
  32. ^Hauer, Sarah. "Northwestern Mutual dedicates $20 million in venture funding for female-founded startups". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved 2020-07-18.
  33. ^"MKE Tech Hub Coalition". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved 2020-07-18.
  34. ^"More Young Adults To Seek Out Financial Advisors Post-Pandemic". www.fa-mag.com. Retrieved 2020-07-18.
  35. ^"America's Best Large Employers 2021". Forbes. Retrieved 2021-03-15.
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