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OneSource Select List®

With thousands of mutual funds available, making confident investment decisions can seem difficult. Consisting only of mutual funds available without a load or transaction fee through the Schwab Mutual Fund OneSource® service, the Mutual Fund OneSource Select List® offers a cost effective and convenient way to invest in mutual funds. The Schwab Center for Financial Research, a division of Charles Schwab & Co., Inc., conducts extensive research on the full range of actively-managed funds available through Schwab's Mutual Fund OneSource® service.

The Select List is built by identifying funds that offer you the best combination of factors such as performance, risk and expense. Learn more about how funds make the Select List and about how Schwab makes it easier for you to find the right fund.

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Large-Cap U.S. Stock Fund Characteristics
  • Invest primarily in stocks that fall in the top 70% of the U.S. market capitalization range.
  • Includes Large-Cap Growth, Value and Blend funds.
  • No load and no transaction fee.
  • Pre-screened by Schwab Experts.
Large-Cap U.S. Stock Funds
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OneSource Select List® Performance Data as of 03/31/2024

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Leading Schwab Affiliate Funds (3 Funds)
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Schwab Core Equity Fund™ SWANXLarge
+9.86+26.76+10.03+12.44+10.80+9.15(07/01/1996)92.8995.800.73 0.73 No
— Index Funds (2 Funds)
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Schwab® S&P 500 Index Fund SWPPXLarge
+10.55+29.84+11.46+15.02+12.90+9.00(05/19/1997)99.92100.020.02 0.02 No
Schwab Fundamental US Large Company Index Fund SFLNXLarge
+9.35+25.08+11.46+14.66+11.62+9.85(04/02/2007)90.3886.050.25 0.25 No
Leading 3rd Party Funds (16 Funds)
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JPMorgan U.S. Sustainable Leaders Fund Class A Shares JICAXLarge
+11.17+29.92+9.52+14.42+12.05+9.40(02/18/2005)97.01104.020.64 1.00 Yes
MFS Blended Research Core Equity Fund Class A MUEAXLarge
+13.10+35.87+12.97+15.53+11.87+7.28(08/07/1997)101.8196.460.74 0.81 No
T. Rowe Price U.S. Equity Research Fund PRCOXLarge
+11.58+33.91+12.57+15.85+13.49+10.09(11/30/1994)102.2898.810.45 0.45 No
PGIM Quant Solutions Large-Cap Core Equity Fund- Class Z PTEZXLarge
+12.49+33.63+12.18+14.38+12.14+7.71(03/03/1999)99.6696.630.46 0.54 No
TIAA-CREF Social Choice Equity Fund Retail Class TICRXLarge
+9.98+27.11+9.08+13.96+11.57+9.46(03/31/2006)96.14104.650.46 0.46 Yes
American Funds Washington Mutual Investors Fund Class F-1 WSHFXLarge
+9.12+26.48+11.44+12.96+11.29+8.49(03/15/2001)86.5480.460.64 0.64 No
MFS Blended Research Growth Equity Fund Class A BRWAXLarge
+13.71+41.92+11.72+16.74--+14.62(09/15/2015)111.36115.490.74 0.86 No
American Funds The Growth Fund of America® Class F-1 GFAFXLarge
+12.54+38.80+7.55+14.60+13.02+9.35(03/15/2001)101.12118.460.67 0.67 No
Voya Large-Cap Growth Fund Class I PLCIXLarge
+15.11+42.27+10.03+14.93+13.96+8.73(01/08/2002)104.61112.850.58 0.58 No
TIAA-CREF Large-Cap Growth Fund Retail Class TIRTXLarge
+11.62+39.84+7.60+15.31+14.58+11.38(03/31/2006)107.04126.750.71 0.71 No
T. Rowe Price Large Cap Growth Fund Investor Class TRGOXLarge
+12.92+44.49+8.20----+17.75(05/01/2020)102.78118.040.70 0.79 No
American Funds American Mutual Fund® Class F-1 AMFFXLarge
+7.06+16.22+8.98+10.28+9.59+8.14(03/15/2001)72.2769.870.64 0.64 No
MFS Blended Research Value Equity Fund Class A BRUDXLarge
+10.67+25.90+10.82+11.27--+10.47(09/15/2015)87.1584.010.74 0.85 No
Northern Income Equity Fund NOIEXLarge
+10.35+26.54+11.12+13.03+10.82+9.45(03/31/1994)94.0892.930.49 0.63 No
T. Rowe Price Integrated US Large-Cap Value Equity Fund TQMVXLarge
+11.63+25.00+10.33+11.78--+11.79(02/26/2016)81.4777.710.72 1.51 No
Voya U.S. High Dividend Low Volatility Fund Class A VHDAXLarge
+9.14+16.93+8.88+9.88--+10.20(12/06/2016)74.7573.980.60 1.15 No

Upside Capture Ratio - Upside Capture Ratio measures a manager's performance in up markets relative to the market (benchmark) itself. It is calculated by taking the security’s upside capture return and dividing it by the benchmark’s upside capture return. Definition provided by Morningstar, Inc.

Downside Capture Ratio - Downside Capture Ratio measures manager's performance in down markets. A down-market is defined as those periods (months or quarters) in which market return is less than 0. In essence, it tells one what percentage of the down-market was captured by the manager. Definition provided by Morningstar, Inc.

ESG Fund - Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) is the industry term Schwab has chosen to use as an umbrella term to describe various investing approaches that consider not only traditional measures of risk and return, but environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) factors as well. Schwab uses ESG to broadly encompass ESG investing , but also investing approaches described as "values-based investing," "impact investing," "sustainable investing," and other approaches. An ESG product may apply ESG factors to its investment or governance processes in many different ways. A product that employs ESG strategies may choose to focus on one or more ESG factors, though an ESG product may also include securities that don't fit any ESG category. The information displayed utilizes the Morningstar "Sustainable Investment - Overall" datapoint. Click here to learn more about ESG at Schwab.


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