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10 important things you should know about Invesco AINAX mutual fund

Updated: October 10, 2021
Bull Case
  • No Bull case arguments for now!
Bear Case
  • Low net assets
  • Sales load and/or distribution fees

Before we start: if you’re looking for AINAX “stock” price, you can quickly find it out by visiting Finny and typing "AINAX quote". If you’re looking for a quick scoop on AINAX "stock" (price chart, key stats, buy or sell analysis and holdings), go to Finny and look for "AINAX". You’ll get all this info in one place.

Are you looking to buy or sell AINAX? Or perhaps you’re looking for AINAX fact sheet, and learn about its alternatives? If so, you came to the right place.

In this AINAX mutual fund review, we’ll address key questions our readers have been asking us about this fund, above and beyond what you can find in its prospectus, and on Morningstar or Yahoo Finance.

Here is what you’ll be able to find in this review:

  • Fact Sheet: AINAX performance, returns, expense ratio, holdings and dividend yield;
  • Analysis: AINAX buy or sell; the pros and cons of investing in AINAX mutual fund;
  • Alternatives: other ETFs and mutual funds you should consider as alternatives to AINAX.

And here is the list of questions we’ll answer:

  1. Describe AIM Growth Series (Invesco Growth Series): Invesco International Allocation Fund; Class A Shares (AINAX).
  2. What are AINAX holdings?
  3. What is AINAX performance? What are AINAX historical returns?
  4. What is AINAX dividend yield?
  5. What is AINAX minimum initial investment amount?
  6. Does AINAX have any sales loads or 12b-1 distribution expenses?
  7. What is AINAX Finny Score? AINAX buy or sell?
  8. What are the pros of investing in AINAX? What are AINAX buy reasons?
  9. What are the cons of investing in AINAX? What are AINAX sell reasons?

So let’s start. Scroll down to the question that interests you the most.

Fact Sheet

1. Describe AIM Growth Series (Invesco Growth Series): Invesco International Allocation Fund; Class A Shares (AINAX).

2. What are AINAX top holdings?

AINAX has 0 stock holdings and 0 bond holdings.

The top 10 holdings represent 99.34% of total assets. Here are the top holdings:

Name Symbol % Assets
Invesco RAFI™ Strategic Dvlpd ex-US ETF ISDX 20.27%
Invesco International Select Equity R6 IZISX 14.98%
Invesco International Growth R6 IGFRX 14.89%
Invesco S&P Intl Dev Low Vol ETF IDLV 13.07%
Invesco RAFI™StrategicDvlpdex-USSmComETF ISDS 10.10%
Invesco International Small Company R6 IEGFX 6.63%
Invesco Intl Core Equity R6 IBVFX 5.98%
Invesco RAFI™StrategicEmergingMarketsETF ISEM 4.98%
Invesco Developing Markets R6 GTDFX 4.65%
Invesco Low Volatility Emerging Mkts R6 LVLSX 3.79%

3. What is AINAX performance? What are AINAX historical returns?

AINAX has generated the following returns:

  • 1-month return is 8.14%;
  • 3-month return is -16.41%;
  • 1-year return is -16.41%;
  • 3-year return is -2.07%;
  • 5-year return is -1.32%;
  • 10-year return is 2.43%.

4. What is AINAX dividend yield?

AINAX yield is %.

5. What is AINAX minimum initial investment amount?

AINAX minimum initial investment amount is $1.00K.

6. Does AINAX have any sales loads or 12b-1 distribution expenses?

AINAX 12b-1 distribution fee is 0.25. AINAX front-end sales load is 5.5. AINAX back-end sales load is 0.

Analysis

7. What is Finny Score? buy or sell?

Finny Score is N/A. Our quantitative analysis shows 0 reasons to buy and 2 reasons to sell. Finny Scores are not available if there are insufficient data points from the analysis.

8. What are the pros of investing in AINAX? What are AINAX buy reasons?

We don't see any strong reasons to buy AINAX.

9. What are the cons of investing in AINAX? What are AINAX negatives?

The following are AINAX weaknesses from our perspective:

  • AINAX net assets are $0.00 million. This fund is not a popular choice with retail investors.
  • Warning: this fund has a 12b1 and front-end sales fee. The maximum 12b1 fee is 0.25%, while the maximum front-end sales load is 5.5%. A 12b-1 fee is an annual marketing or distribution fee on a mutual fund. Front-end sales load, also known as sales charge, is a fee paid when mutual funds shares are purchased. Those fees are subtracted from your total investable assets.
In the AINAX review, we covered AINAX key stats (return, performance, yield, expense ratio, and holdings), buy and sell analysis, and alternative investments. If this review was helpful to you, feel free to check out other mutual fund and ETF reviews.
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