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AADR vs AFTAX
AADR is an ETF, whereas AFTAX is a mutual fund. AADR has a higher 5-year return than AFTAX (1.43% vs 1.33%). AADR has a higher expense ratio than AFTAX (1.1% vs 0.89%). Below is the comparison between AADR and AFTAX.
|Security Type||ETF||Mutual fund|
|Segment||Equity: Global Ex-U.S. - Total Market Growth||U.S. Balanced: Target-Date 2020|
|Management Style||passive (index-based)||active|
The Fund seeks long-term capital appreciation above international benchmarks such as the MSCI EAFE Index and the BNY Mellon Classic ADR Index. The Fund selects a portfolio of U.S. traded securities of non-U.S. organizations, most often American Depositary Receipts (ADRs), included in the BNY Mellon Classic ADR Index.
Top 10 Holdings (38.23% of Total Assets)
|Galapagos NV ADR||GLPG||5.47%|
|NICE Ltd ADR||NICE||5.06%|
|argenx SE ADR||ARGX||3.79%|
|WNS (Holdings) Ltd ADR||WNS||3.48%|
|Gold Fields Ltd ADR||GFI.JO||3.43%|
|TAL Education Group ADR||TAL||3.2%|
|Anglogold Ashanti Ltd ADR||AU.JO||2.96%|
The Fund seeks to provide capital appreciation and current income for investors whose target retirement date is around the year 2020. The Fund seeks to achieve this objective by investing primarily in underlying equity funds.
Top 10 Holdings (60.94% of Total Assets)
|Invesco Balanced-Risk Allc R6||ALLFX||60.94%|