American Funds 2010 glide path
The fund is designed for investors who are assumed to retire in, or close to, the year 2010 and begin taking withdrawals.
A glide path is a visual representation of how the investments in each of our funds change over time based on the target retirement date. Depending on the proximity to its target date, the fund will seek to achieve the following objectives to varying degrees: growth, income and conservation of capital. Learn more about the benefits of our glide path.
The target allocations shown are as of January 1, 2020, and are subject to the Target Date Solutions Committee discretion. The funds’ investment adviser anticipates that the funds will invest their assets within a range that deviates no more than 10% above or below these allocations. Underlying funds may be added or removed during the year. Changes in the equity allocation within the underlying equity-income and balanced funds may affect the overall equity exposure in the target date funds. For quarterly updates of fund allocations, visit capitalgroup.com.
The asset mix seeks to balance risk and return over time by diversifying investments across asset types such as stocks and bonds. Stocks have the highest long-term return potential while bonds can help manage the risk of market declines.
Cash & equivalents
As of 12/31/2019
The following identifies allocation by investment objective and the underlying funds for each.
American Mutual Fund®
Capital World Growth and Income Fund®
Capital Income Builder®
American Funds Global Balanced Fund℠
American Funds Mortgage Fund®
American High-Income Trust®
Intermediate Bond Fund of America®
Short-Term Bond Fund of America®
As of 12/31/2019
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