PERFORMANCE Average Annual Returns (%) for Period Ended 6/30/2014
  QTR YTD 1 YEAR 3 YEARS 5 YEARS 10 YEARS SINCE
INCEPTION
INCEPTION
DATE
A Shares (NAV) 0.31 0.60 1.33 1.15 1.88 n/a 2.94 10/31/2006
Barclays 9-12 Months Short Treasury Index 0.06 0.14 0.27 0.27 0.44 2.05 1.74  
Lipper Ultra-Short Obligations Funds Average 0.20 0.42 0.84 0.84 1.22 2.02 1.75  
Portfolio Statistics
  June 30, 2014
  Portfolio Benchmark
SEC Yield 0.50% -
12 Mth Distribution Yield 0.62% -
Duration 0.24 Yrs 0.81 Yrs
Weighted Avg Maturity 1.67 Yrs 0.82 Yrs
Weighted Avg Coupon 2.04% 1.07%
Weighted Avg Price 100.79 100.81
March 31, 2014
Portfolio Benchmark
0.61% -
0.63% -
0.38 Yrs 0.79 Yrs
1.67 Yrs 0.80 Yrs
2.34% 1.39%
100.93 101.05
December 31, 2013
Portfolio Benchmark
0.39% -
0.71% -
0.28 Yrs 0.81 Yrs
1.45 Yrs 0.82 Yrs
2.23% 1.10%
100.78 100.80
Returns Based Statistics (3 Year)
  June 30, 2014
  Portfolio Benchmark
Average Annual Return 1.15% 0.27%
Standard Deviation 0.65% 0.11%
Beta vs. Market -1.61 1.00
Excess Return 0.88% 0.00%
R-Squared 6.77% 100.00%
Tracking Error 0.68% 0.00%
Information Ratio 1.29 0.00
Sharpe Ratio 1.69 2.08
March 31, 2014
Portfolio Benchmark
1.09% 0.31%
0.67% 0.11%
-1.21 1.00
0.77% 0.00%
4.12% 100.00%
0.71% 0.00%
1.10 0.00
1.52 2.23
December 31, 2013
Portfolio Benchmark
1.18% 0.33%
0.68% 0.12%
-0.91 1.00
0.85% 0.00%
2.50% 100.00%
0.71% 0.00%
1.20 0.00
1.64 2.27
Performance Attribution (gross returns vs. passive benchmark) 2Q Quarter 2014
Total Effect Duration Effect Curve Effect Sector Effect Selection Effect
51 1 7 43 0

In the second quarter, the fund outperformed its passive benchmark, the Barclays US Short Treasury 9-12 Month Index, by 51 basis points (bps). Its overweight to spread sectors was the primary driver of outperformance. While each of these sectors contributed to the fund's outperformance, its opportunistic allocations to short high yield corporate securities and asset-backed securities (ABS) backed by subprime automobile loans and residential housing collateral were key contributors. Additional positive contributors of note were the fund's exposure to money center banks and legacy discounted floating rate commercial mortgage- backed securities (CMBS).

Total effect:Aggregate or total active return, which is return relative to the passive benchmark (outperformance or underperformance).
Duration effect: Active return attributable to overall duration. (Duration measures a portfolio's sensitivity to changes in interest rates. Generally, the longer the duration, the greater the change in value in response to a given change in interest rates.) This measures the effect of a parallel shift either up or down in the entire yield curve.
Curve effect: Active return attributable to yield curve positioning. This measures the effects of a change in the shape of the yield curve (a non-parallel shift).
Sector effect:Active return attributable to sector selection.
Selection effect:Active return attributable to security selection (includes intra-day trading).

All fixed-income attribution measures are in basis points (one basis point is 0.01 percentage points).
Credit Quality
  June 30, 2014
  Portfolio Benchmark
Cash 1.32% -
Government 1.05% -
AAA/Aaa/AAA 13.89% 100.00%
AA/Aa/AA 16.16% -
A/A/A 29.49% -
BBB/Baa/BBB 25.41% -
BB/Ba/BB 4.44% -
B/B/B 3.90% -
CCC/Caa/CCC - -
CC/Ca/CC - -
CC/CC/CC - -
C/C/C - -
Not Rated 4.36% -
Equities - -
March 31, 2014
Portfolio Benchmark
3.02% -
1.05% -
14.75% 100.00%
13.59% -
32.24% -
25.70% -
5.31% -
2.71% -
- -
- -
- -
- -
1.64% -
- -
December 31, 2013
Portfolio Benchmark
1.40% -
2.44% -
14.94% 100.00%
14.59% -
30.36% -
26.65% -
5.32% -
2.71% -
- -
- -
- -
- -
1.59% -
- -
Sector Exposure
  June 30, 2014
  Portfolio Benchmark
Corporate 46.12% -
Government Related - -
Securitized 48.15% -
Treasury 0.17% 100.00%
Cash and Cash Equivalents 5.57% -
Other - -
Unknown - -
Municipals - -
March 31, 2014
Portfolio Benchmark
48.14% -
- -
43.09% -
0.16% 100.00%
8.60% -
- -
- -
- -
December 31, 2013
Portfolio Benchmark
52.59% -
0.34% -
31.58% -
0.34% 100.00%
15.17% -
- -
- -
- -
Top Ten Holdings / Percentage of Net Assets
June 30, 2014
  % of Portf.
GOLDMAN SACHS GROUP INC 2.02%
BANK OF AMERICA NA 1.85%
CITIGROUP INC 1.63%
HLSS SERVICER ADVANCE RECEIVAB 1.52%
CFC LLC 1.50%
TRITON CONTAINER FINANCE LLC 1.49%
CONNECTICUT AVENUE SECURITIES 1.24%
ORACLE CORP 1.18%
AT+T INC 1.18%
GLENCORE FUNDING LLC 1.18%
Total 14.78%
March 31, 2014
  % of Portf.
GOLDMAN SACHS GROUP INC 1.93%
BANK OF AMERICA NA 1.77%
SABER MANAGEMENT LLC 1.69%
TRITON CONTAINER FINANCE LLC 1.48%
HLSS SERVICER ADVANCE RECEIVAB 1.46%
CREDIT SUISSE MORTGAGE TRUST 1.38%
CRICKET COMMUNICATIONS I 1.32%
CIT GROUP INC 1.29%
CITIGROUP INC 1.28%
CONNECTICUT AVENUE SECURITIES 1.23%
Total 14.82%
December 31, 2013
  % of Portf.
BANK OF AMERICA NA 1.76%
LIBERTY MUTUAL GROUP INC 1.32%
ESPLANADE THEATRES LLC 1.30%
CIT GROUP INC 1.29%
CITIGROUP INC 1.27%
ORACLE CORP 1.12%
EXETER AUTOMOBILE RECEIVABLES 1.09%
GOLDMAN SACHS GROUP INC 1.05%
JP MORGAN CHASE COMMERCIAL MOR 1.03%
MORGAN STANLEY 1.02%
Total 12.25%

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