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EXHAX Manning & Napier Pro-Blend Max Term S

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Annual Fees
(1.09% Exp. Ratio)
Future Est. Balance in 30 yrs
Assuming 5.26% annual return
Est. savings over 30 yrs
As of 9/30/16
1 YR RETURN 14.05%
3 YR 5.32%
5 YR 11.52%
10 YR 5.39%
The investment seeks to provide long-term growth of capital. The fund invests primarily in common stocks, but may invest to a lesser extent in fixed income securities of any maturity. It may invest in U.S. and foreign stocks, including those in emerging markets, American Depository Receipts (ADRs), and derivatives instruments. The fund may invest in stocks of small, large, or mid-size companies. In the fixed income portion of the portfolio, the Advisor invests primarily in investment grade securities and typically focuses on fixed income securities with maturities of 7 to 20 years, but may invest in securities of any maturity.

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