The Dupree Intermediate Government Bond Series is a fully taxable fund appropriate for IRAs or other tax-advantaged accounts. Also, the fund is suitable for tax-exempt organizations which prefer a taxable bond fund. The Intermediate Government Bond Series typically holds U.S. agency securities with nominal maturities of 10 years or less. Investment in any bond fund involves interest rate risk, credit risk and possible loss of principal.
Bond Series (DPIGX)
Closing Price for 03/27/23: $9.37
as of 2/28/2023
|NAV Per Share||$9.37||Average Effective Maturity||1.59 yrs||Minimum to Invest||$100|
|52 Week NAV Range||$9.24 - $9.68||Nominal Maturity||2.72 yrs||Gross Annual Fund Operating
Ratio for the 6 months ended 12/31/2022
|30 Day Distribution Yield||3.16%||Duration||2.39||Net Annual Fund Operating
Ratio for the 6 months ended 12/31/2022
|30 Day Compound Yield||3.21%||% of Fund Subject to AMT||100%||Front-End Load||none|
|SEC Yield||4.33%||Ticker||DPIGX||Redemption Fee||none|
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You may lose money investing in the Fund. Mutual fund shares are not deposits or obligations of, or guaranteed or endorsed by, any bank or the U.S. government. Securities held by the fund may be downgraded or default, lowering the value of the securities. For single state funds, regional factors may cause the fund to decline in value more than a fund holding securities from many states. The fund is subject to management risk, because it is an actively managed investment portfolio. There is no guarantee that the investment objectives of the fund will be achieved. As interest rates rise, bond prices fall.
Yield data shown is based on calculations as further explained in the Statement of Additional Information which is available upon request. The 30 Day Distribution Yield represents the annualized average dividend divided by the average number of shares for the past 30 days. The 30 Day Compound Yield represents the 30 Day Distribution Yield compounded quarterly for those shareholders who elect to reinvest dividends. NAV Per Share is defined as Net Asset Value per share. Nominal Maturity is the dollar-weighted average number of years to final maturity of bonds held in the portfolio. Average Effective Maturity is the dollar-weighted average of the number of years to the likely redemption date of the securities held in the portfolio, taking into account embedded options such as call features. Duration is a measure of the interest rate sensitivity of securities held in the portfolio, taking into account embedded options such as call features. AMT is Federal Alternative Minimum Tax. Performance data shown represents past performance and is not a guarantee of future results. Investment return and principal value will fluctuate, so you may have a gain or loss when shares are sold. Quoted fund expenses are taken from the fee table of the most recent prospectus.
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