Hartford Capital Appreciation A
ITHAX’s Top Holding Was Trading above Moving Averages
Amazon was trading at 1.3%, 4.5%, and 33.1% above its 20-day, 50-day, and 200-day moving averages, respectively, as of December 28, 2015.
How ITHAX Performed in Comparison to Benchmark
ITHAX has outperformed its benchmark in YTD (year-to-date) returns as of December 28.
The Essentials of the Hartford Capital Appreciation Fund
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.
What Is the Hartford Capital Appreciation Fund’s Retail Exposure?
The Hartford Capital Appreciation Fund-Class A (ITHAX) returned 2.9% for the YTD (year-to-date) period ending November 19, 2015.
Does a 1.5% Rise in Economic Growth Merit a Rate Hike in the US?
US economic growth slowed to a 1.5% pace in 3Q15, according to the advance estimate by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. This was sharply down from the 3.9% pace set in 2Q15.
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%.
The Hartford Capital Appreciation Fund: What You Need to know
The top invested sectors of the Hartford Capital Appreciation – Class A fund are information technology, healthcare, and consumer discretionary.
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.
September 2015 FOMC Minutes Highlighted Economic Growth
The US economy rose by 3.9% in 2Q15, according to the third estimate by the Bureau of Economic Analysis on September 25.