Sector Allocation (%)
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|Sectors less than 4.5%||25.7|
|Cash and Other Net Assets||4.6|
Top 10 Holdings
|Company||% of Net Assets|
|MKS Instruments, Inc.||2.3|
|East West Bancorp, Inc.||2.2|
|Provident Financial Services, Inc.||2.1|
|Thor Industries, Inc.||1.8|
|Scotts Miracle-Gro Co.||1.7|
|Legg Mason, Inc.||1.7|
|Dunkin' Brands Group, Inc.||1.6|
|Wintrust Financial Corp.||1.5|
|Camping World Holdings, Inc.||1.5|
|Numbers of Holdings: 99||Top 10: 18.1|
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