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Revenue Growth

This figure represents the percentage growth in a company's revenue over either the trailing 12 months or the trailing three years.

Revenue growth gives a good picture of the rate at which companies have been able to expand their businesses. All things being equal, stocks with higher revenue growth rates are generally more desirable than those with slower revenue growth rates.

Morningstar aggregates revenue-growth figures for mutual funds using a median methodology, whereby domestic stocks are ordered from highest to lowest based on their revenue growth rates. The asset weighting of each holding is added together until the total is equal to or greater than half of the total weighting of all domestic stocks in the fund. The revenue growth rate for that holding is then used to represent the revenue growth rate of the total portfolio.

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