The investment seeks long-term capital growth; income is a secondary objective.
Under normal market conditions, the managers will invest at least 80% of the fund’s net assets in small cap companies. The managers consider small cap companies to include those with market capitalizations no larger than that of the largest company in the S&P Small Cap 600® Index or the Russell 2000® Index. In selecting stocks for the fund, the managers look for equity securities of smaller companies whose stock price may not reflect the company’s value, with a focus on companies with a favorable income-paying history that have prospects for income payments to continue or increase.
The average market capitalization across the American Century Small Cap Dividend Inv MF is 3.42B. The market cap for tickers in the group ranges from 566.41M to 6.91B. GPK holds the highest valuation in this group at 6.91B. The lowest valued company is TXO at 566.41M.
The average weekly volume growth across all stocks in the American Century Small Cap Dividend Inv MF was 16%. For the same stocks of the MF, the average monthly volume growth was -18% and the average quarterly volume growth was -38%
Fundamental Analysis Ratings
The average fundamental analysis ratings, where 1 is best and 100 is worst, are as follows
Valuation Rating: 46
P/E Growth Rating: 64
Price Growth Rating: 51
SMR Rating: 32
Profit Risk Rating: 61
Seasonality Score: -5 (-100 ... +100)