The Manning & Napier Pro-Blend funds employ a distinctive strategy backed by a veteran team with strengths in equities and asset allocation. The Max Term and Extended Term funds, which invest primarily in stocks, earn Morningstar Analyst Ratings of Gold and Silver, respectively, for their very cheap W shares, Bronze ratings for other share classes, and Neutral ratings for the most-expensive ones. But a small fixed income team causes the bond-heavy Moderate Term and Conservative Term funds to earn Neutral ratings across their share classes with the exception of a Silver for Conservative’s W shares and a Bronze for Moderate’s W shares.
Will EXDAX outperform in future?
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