Hartford Capital Appreciation A

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    The Hartford Capital Appreciation Fund invests in stocks with the potential for capital appreciation. It invests 35% of net assets in securities of foreign issuers.

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    What Is the Hartford Capital Appreciation Fund’s Retail Exposure?

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    Performance Analysis: The Hartford Capital Appreciation Fund

    The Hartford Capital Appreciation Fund gained 11.3% for the month ending October 29, 2015. Meanwhile, the Russell 3000 Index, its benchmark, rose 10.6%.

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    Net Exports and Your Mutual Fund Investments

    The fall in net exports has been exacerbated by a strong dollar, which has depressed exports, and rising consumer demand, which has fueled imports.

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    September 2015 FOMC Minutes Highlighted Economic Growth

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