|Glossary definition opens in new window.Portfolio Weight|
|Cable & Satellite||11.42%|
|Movies & Entertainment||9.94%|
|Home Improvement Retail||7.98%|
|Hotels, Resorts & Cruise Lines||4.57%|
|Apparel, Accessories & Luxury Goods||3.37%|
|Auto Parts & Equipment||2.01%|
|Casinos & Gaming||0.98%|
|Hypermarkets & Super Centers||0.92%|
|General Merchandise Stores||0.82%|
|Distillers & Vintners||0.48%|
|Cash & Net Other Assets||2.26%|
|DISNEY (WALT) CO|
|HOME DEPOT INC|
|CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS INC A|
|NIKE INC CL B|
|ROSS STORES INC|
|L BRANDS INC|
|HILTON WORLDWIDE HLDGS INC|
|% of Total Portfolio||65.70%|
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1. The percent of net assets invested in both domestic and foreign Equities (common stocks, preferred stocks, rights and warrants, convertible preferred stocks and stock index futures and options), Bond (all debt instruments, including investment grade, non-investment grade, non-rated securities and convertible bonds), and Cash & Net Other Assets (cash, repurchase agreements, receivables and payables).
2. "Tax-Advantaged Domiciles" represent countries whose tax policies may be favorable for company incorporation.
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