A sizable, veteran team that focuses on equities and asset allocation backs the Manning & Napier Pro-Blend funds along with a distinctive strategy. Thus, the Max Term and Extended Term funds, which invest most of their assets in stocks, earn Morningstar Analyst Ratings of Silver for their very cheap W shares, Bronze ratings for three other share classes, and a Neutral rating for the most-expensive one. But a small fixed-income team drives a downgrade of the bond-heavy Moderate Term and Conservative Term funds to Neutral across their share classes with the exception of their Bronze-rated W shares.
Will EXDAX outperform in future?
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