|Portfolio Weight||High Yield Muni|
|Cash & Equivalents||1.02%||2.09%|
|Non-Agency Residential Mortgage-Backed||0.00%||0.00%|
|Jefferson Cnty Ala Swr Rev Swr Rev W||0.89%|
|New York Liberty Dev Corp Libe Rev 7.25%||0.75%|
|Collier Cnty Fla Indl Dev Auth 8.25%||0.74%|
|Virginia Small Busn Fing A Rev Bds 5%||0.67%|
|Grand Parkway Transn Corp Tex Toll 5%||0.66%|
|Public Auth 6.5%||0.65%|
|Louisiana Pub Facs Auth 7.75%||0.65%|
|Desert Calif Cmnty College Dis Cmnty Col||0.62%|
|Sanger Tex Indl Dev Corp Indl Rev Bds 8%||0.61%|
|Puerto Rico Comwlth Go Bds 8%||0.61%|
|% of Total Portfolio||6.86%|
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