The investment seeks to provide investment results that before expenses correspond generally to the total return performance of an index that tracks the performance of publicly traded issuers that have historically followed a policy of making dividend payments.


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Key Data Points

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Current Price: $85.24
Prev Close: $85.18
Open: $85.19
Bid: $84.93
Ask: $85.38
Day's Range: $85.02 - $85.58
52wk Range: $66.86 - $86.55
Volume: 893,036
Avg Vol 928,618
Market Cap: $15B
P/E (ttm): 0.00
EPS (ttm): $0.00
Div & Yield: $2.25 (2.4%)

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Score: +97.74
Call: Outperform
Time Frame: Five Plus Years
Start Price: $18.24
Start Date: 3/29/2007
Gain/Loss: +$152.4%
S&P Gain/Loss: +$54.7%

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The investment seeks to provide investment results that before expenses correspond generally to the total return performance of an index that tracks the performance of publicly traded issuers that have historically followed a policy of making dividend payments.

  • Exchange: NYSEMKT
  • Sector: Domestic Equity
  • Industry: Multi-Cap Value Funds