American Funds 2010 Fund Quote

FAATX Fund  USD 11.22  0.03  0.27%   

Performance

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Odds Of Distress

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American Funds is trading at 11.22 as of the 17th of April 2024; that is -0.27 percent down since the beginning of the trading day. The fund's open price was 11.25. American Funds has about a 22 % chance of experiencing some form of financial distress in the next two years of operation and did not have a very good performance during the last 90 trading days. Equity ratings for American Funds 2010 are calculated daily based on our scoring framework. The performance scores are derived for the period starting the 28th of April 2022 and ending today, the 17th of April 2024. Click here to learn more.
The fund normally invests a greater portion of its assets in fixed income, equity-income and balanced funds as it continues past its target date. The advisor attempts to achieve its investment objectives by investing in a mix of American Funds in different combinations and weightings. More on American Funds 2010

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American Mutual Fund Highlights

Most reasonable investors view market volatility as an opportunity to invest at a favorable price or to sell short against a bearish trend. American Funds' investment highlights are automatically generated signals that are significant enough to either complement your investing judgment regarding American Funds or challenge it. These highlights can help you better understand the position you are entering and avoid costly mistakes.
Fund ConcentrationAmerican Funds, Large Blend Funds, Target-Date 2000-2010 Funds, Target-Date 2000-2010, American Funds (View all Sectors)
Update Date31st of March 2024
Expense Ratio Date1st of January 2023
Fiscal Year EndOctober
NameAmerican Funds 2010 Target Date Retirement Fund Class F-1
American Funds 2010 [FAATX] is traded in USA and was established 17th of April 2024. American Funds is listed under American Funds category by Fama And French industry classification. The fund is listed under Target-Date 2000-2010 category and is part of American Funds family. This fund currently has accumulated 3.98 B in assets under management (AUM) with no minimum investment requirementsAmerican Funds 2010 is currently producing year-to-date (YTD) return of 0.71% with the current yeild of 0.03%, while the total return for the last 3 years was 1.39%.
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Instrument Allocation

Sector Allocation

Investors will always prefer to have their portfolios divercified against different sectors. The broad sector allocation increases the possibility of making a profit or at least avoiding a loss. However, this may also reduce the expected return on American Mutual Fund. Generally, it depends on diversification level and type but usually, the broader the sector allocation, the less risk can be expected from holding American Mutual Fund, and the less return is expected.
Institutional investors that are interested in enforcing a sector tilt in their portfolio can use exchange-traded funds, such as American Funds 2010 Mutual Fund, as a low-cost alternative to building a custom portfolio. So, using sector ETFs to diversify your portfolio can be a profitable strategy. However, no matter what sectors are desirable at a given time, no single industry should ever make up more than 20 percent of your stock portfolio.

Top American Funds 2010 Mutual Fund Constituents

RBFGXBond Fund OfMutual FundIntermediate Core Bond
RBOGXIntermediate Bond FundMutual FundShort-Term Bond
RCWGXCapital World BondMutual FundWorld Bond
RICGXInvestment Of AmericaMutual FundLarge Blend
RIDGXIncome Fund OfMutual FundAllocation--70% to 85% Equity
RILFXAmerican Funds InflationMutual FundInflation-Protected Bond
RIRGXCapital Income BuilderMutual FundWorld Allocation
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American Funds Target Price Odds Analysis

Based on a normal probability distribution, the odds of American Funds jumping above the current price in 90 days from now is about 84.13%. The American Funds 2010 probability density function shows the probability of American Funds mutual fund to fall within a particular range of prices over 90 days. Assuming the 90 days horizon American Funds has a beta of 0.4865. This usually indicates as returns on the market go up, American Funds average returns are expected to increase less than the benchmark. However, during the bear market, the loss on holding American Funds 2010 will be expected to be much smaller as well. Additionally, american Funds 2010 has a negative alpha, implying that the risk taken by holding this instrument is not justified. The company is significantly underperforming the NYSE Composite.
  Odds Below 11.22HorizonTargetOdds Above 11.22
15.24%90 days
 11.22 
84.13%
Based on a normal probability distribution, the odds of American Funds to move above the current price in 90 days from now is about 84.13 (This American Funds 2010 probability density function shows the probability of American Mutual Fund to fall within a particular range of prices over 90 days) .

American Funds 2010 Risk Profiles

Investors will always prefer to have the highest possible return on investment while minimizing volatility. American Funds market risk premium is the additional return an investor will receive from holding American Funds long position in a well-diversified portfolio. The market premium is part of the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM), which most analysts and investors use to calculate the acceptable rate of return on investment in American Funds. At the center of the CAPM is the concept of risk and reward, which is usually communicated by investors using alpha and beta measures. Although American Funds' alpha and beta are two of the key measurements used to evaluate American Funds' performance over the market, the standard measures of volatility play an important role as well.

American Funds Against Markets

Picking the right benchmark for American Funds mutual fund is fundamental to making educated investment choices. Many naive investors compare their positions with the S&P 500 or with the Nasdaq. But these benchmarks are not all-inclusive and generally should be used only for large-capitalization equities or stock offerings from large companies. When the price of a selected benchmark declines in a down market, there may be an uptick in American Funds mutual fund price where buyers come in believing the asset is cheap. The opposite is true when the market is bullish; so, accurately picking the benchmark for American Funds is critical whether you are bullish or bearish towards American Funds 2010 at a given time. Please also check how American Funds' historical prices are related to one of the top price index indicators.

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How to buy American Mutual Fund?

Before investing in American Funds, you must ensure you fully understand your financial goals and how diversified (or not) your overall investments are now. Then, after you clearly understand your investment objectives, consider investing in American Funds. To buy American Funds fund, you can follow these steps:
  • Choose a brokerage firm: You need to select a brokerage firm to buy shares of American Funds. Some popular options include Charles Schwab, Fidelity, TD Ameritrade, and Robinhood.
  • Open an account: Once you have chosen a brokerage firm, you will need to open an account. You will be required to provide personal information, such as your name, address, and Social Security number.
  • Fund your account: You will need to deposit funds into your brokerage account to purchase American Funds fund. You can do this by transferring funds from your bank account or other investment accounts.
  • Place your order: Once you have located American Funds 2010 fund in your brokerage account, you can place your order to buy it. You will need to specify the number of shares you want to buy and the price you are willing to pay.
  • Monitor your investment: After you have purchased American Funds 2010 fund, you should monitor your investment to track its performance and make informed decisions about buying, selling, or holding the fund
It's important to note that investing in stocks, such as American Funds 2010, carries risks, and you should carefully consider your investment goals and risk tolerance before making any investment decisions. Also, remember various factors, including economic indicators, change in net worth, political events, company-specific news, and investor sentiment, can influence the stock market. These factors can cause fluctuations in fund prices and lead to market volatility affecting your buy or sell decision. However, volatility can also present opportunities for investors to make gains by buying stocks when prices are low and selling when they are high. It's important for investors to have a long-term perspective and a well-diversified portfolio to manage the impact of stock market volatility on their investments.

Already Invested in American Funds 2010?

The danger of trading American Funds 2010 is mainly related to its market volatility and Mutual Fund specific events. As an investor, you must understand the concept of risk-adjusted return before you start trading. The most common way to measure the risk of American Funds is by using the Sharpe ratio. The ratio expresses how much excess return you acquire for the extra volatility you endure for holding a more risker asset than American Funds. The Sharpe ratio is calculated by using standard deviation and excess return to determine reward per unit of risk. To understand how volatile American Funds 2010 is, you must compare it to a benchmark. Traditionally, the risk-free rate of return is the rate of return on the shortest-dated U.S. Treasury, such as a 3-year bond.
Check out Investing Opportunities to better understand how to build diversified portfolios, which includes a position in American Funds 2010. Also, note that the market value of any mutual fund could be tightly coupled with the direction of predictive economic indicators such as signals in estimate.
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Please note, there is a significant difference between American Funds' value and its price as these two are different measures arrived at by different means. Investors typically determine if American Funds is a good investment by looking at such factors as earnings, sales, fundamental and technical indicators, competition as well as analyst projections. However, American Funds' price is the amount at which it trades on the open market and represents the number that a seller and buyer find agreeable to each party.