Record date is the date on which a Fund reviews its books to determine its "shareholders of record." Investors listed as shareholders of record on this date will receive the Fund's dividend payment.
Ex‐dividend date is the day on which all shares bought and sold no longer come attached with the right to receive the most recently declared dividend.
Payable date is the date on which a Fund pays a dividend to its shareholders of record.
The numbers in the table are not the distributable amounts. The distributable amounts will be affected by adjustments to the gain or loss amounts and may also be affected by certain tax laws applicable only to excise and year-end distributions such as §1291 PFIC rules, §1256 Mark-to-Market rules, §988 Foreign Currency rules and §1091 Wash Sales rules. Additionally, distributions may be affected by redemptions in the Funds and changes in the outstanding shares.
Distributions paid in January, but declared by a Fund in October, November or December of the previous year, payable to shareholders of record in such a month, may be taxable to you in the previous year.
The Mutual funds listed above have historically paid dividends to investors and/or invest in the securities of dividend paying issuers; however, there is no guarantee that these Mutual funds will consistently pay dividends to investors in the future or will appreciate in value. Investors could lose money by investing in Mutual funds.
Performance quoted represents past performance, which is no guarantee of future results. Investment return and principal value will fluctuate, so you may have a gain or loss when shares are sold.
Information represented in this piece does not constitute legal, tax, or investment advice. Investors should consult their legal, tax, and financial advisors before making any financial decisions.