On Aug. 16, 2021, Principal altered the makeup of Principal Global Diversified Income’s U.S. large-cap equity sleeve. Instead of focusing solely on the highest-yielding firms, that sleeve now ranks positions by market cap and incorporates growth factors, though all holdings still must pay dividends. The firm also rebranded that allocation from U.S. Shareholder Yield to U.S. Equity. The changes do not affect the strategy’s Morningstar Analyst Ratings, which range from Neutral to Negative depending on the share class.
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