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Sit Mutual Funds Tops Barron's 2016 Best Fund Families List

In its annual Best Fund Families issue, Barron's names Sit Mutual Funds as the top fund family. Barron's measured manager skill across five fund categories. The complete list of ranked fund families is available online.



Barron's Best Mutual Fund Families publication dated February 8, 2016. Sit Mutual Funds was ranked #1 in 2016. Barron's is a trademark of Dow Jones & Co., L.P. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission.

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Sit ESG Growth Fund

The Sit ESG Growth Fund invests in companies with strong environmental, social and corporate governance policies. We have confidence in these ethically-operated, financially-strong companies that employ sustainable practices that positively impact the environment and society.

Sit Mutual Funds launched the Sit ESG Growth Fund on June 30, 2016.

 

 

Manage Risk With Asset Allocation


Asset allocation is a very important part of risk management within an investment portfolio. By investing in multiple asset classes, such as stocks, bonds, real estate, etc., that do not have closely correlated returns, investors can lower the variability of the returns that their portfolio experience over time. After an allocation method has been selected, periodically rebalancing the portfolio becomes an integral component to this process.

Through different allocation and diversification strategies, it may be possible to create portfolios with reduced risk (as measured by return variability) that can produce more consistent returns. For example, the S&P 500® Index, which is often used as a proxy for U.S. large cap stocks, fluctuated in annual returns from a low of -37.00% (2008) to a high of 26.47% (2009) for the five years ended December 31, 2012, while the Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index, a proxy for the U.S. taxable bond market, only fluctuated between +4.22% (2012) and +7.84% (2011) over the same time period. During the calendar year of 2008, a portfolio comprised of holdings from both indices would have experienced a smaller decline than one made up entirely of the S&P 500 Index. In 2012, investing only in bonds (as defined by the Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index) would have produced a positive return of 4.22%, but adding stocks to the equation would have increased the return on a portfolio for that year.


Asset Allocation


Read the full article "Manage Risk With Asset Allocations".



July 25, 2016

The Sit Mutual Funds are managed by Sit Investment Associates, Inc., which has been operating under the highest ethical and professional standards since it was founded in 1981 by Eugene C. Sit. We maintain an uncompromising commitment and adherence to our investment philosophy and style, while continually seeking ways to enhance our investment process.

Eugene Sit

Read about Sit Investment Associates & Sit Mutual Funds founder Eugene Sit.


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