American Funds Retirement Income Portfolio - Moderate - RIM - All Holdings | American Funds



9 Total Holdings:
As of 6/30/19
All Holdings: 1 - 9 of 9
Security Name Asset Type Shares or
Principal Amount
Market Value Percent of
Net Assets
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Capital Income Builder, Class R-6 Equity 3,731,763 $227,973,406.00 25%
The Income Fund of America, Class R-6 Equity 10,132,151 $227,973,406.00 25%
American Balanced Fund, Class R-6 Equity 5,001,443 $136,739,451.00 15%
The Bond Fund of America, Class R-6 Equity 6,960,499 $91,600,160.00 10%
American Funds Global Balanced Fund, Class R-6 Equity 1,390,508 $45,608,659.00 5%
American Funds Inflation Linked Bond Fund, Class R-6 Equity 4,600,835 $45,548,262.00 5%
American Funds Mortgage Fund, Class R-6 Equity 4,501,492 $45,690,141.00 5%
American Mutual Fund, Class R-6 Equity 1,090,225 $45,505,998.00 5%
U.S. Government Securities Fund, Class R-6 Equity 3,273,644 $45,700,066.00 5%
All Holdings: 1 - 9 of 9

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The Retirement Income Portfolio Series' investment allocations may not achieve fund objectives, and adequate income through retirement is not guaranteed. There are expenses associated with the underlying funds in addition to fund-of-funds expenses. The funds’ risks are directly related to the risks of the underlying funds. Payments consisting of return of capital will result in a decrease in an investor’s fund share balance. Higher rates of withdrawal and withdrawals during declining markets may result in a more rapid decrease in an investor’s fund share balance. Persistent returns of capital could ultimately result in a zero account balance.

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