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DoubleLine Funds: DoubleLine Opportunistic Credit Fund  as of 06/11/2021

NYSE / DBL Asset Class:  General Bond Funds 1 YR Lipper Avg:  18.67%

Growth of $10K

Avg Annual Total Return %
  10 YR 5 YR 1 YR YTD
Market Return -- 2.70% 15.34% 4.47%
Lipper Pct. Rank -- 96 80 68
NAV Return -- 5.39% 12.76% 3.90%
Lipper Pct. Rank -- 86 75 65
Premium/Discount History

Premium/Discount
10 YR Avg 5 YR Avg YTD Avg
-- 3.525% 0.950%

NAV $19.71 Market Price $19.96
Net Change -$0.01 Market Change $0.01
Premium/Discount 1.27%
1 YR NAV Return 12.757%
1 YR NAV Rank 75
12-Mo Yield as of 4/30/2021 Yield Def
Income Only Yield 8.18%
Distribution Yield (Market) 8.70%
Most Recent Income Dividend $0.110
Ex-Div Date 5/12/2021
Most Recent Cap Gain Dividend $0.047
Ex-Div Date 9/19/2018
Dividend Frequency Monthly
YTD Dividends $0.440
YTD Capital Gains --
Inception Date 1/27/2012
Fund Advisor DoubleLine Capital LP
Manager & Tenure Team Managed
Phone 877-354-6311
Website --
Total Net Assets (mil) as of 5/31/2021 $294.8
% Leveraged Assets as of 9/30/2020 19.74%
Portfolio Turnover 29.00%
Mgmt Fees 1.318%
Expense Ratio 1.900%
Fund Objective
The Fund seeks high current income and/or growth of capital. The Fund may invest in debt securities and income-producing investments, includes residential and commercial mortgage-backed securities, asset-backed securities, US Government securities, corporate debt, international sovereign debt, and short-term investments.
Total Net Assets by Category (as of 12/31/2020)
Other Mortgage 38.95%
Portfolio Other 33.56%
GNMA-Mortgage Backed 7.88%
FNMA-Mortgage Backed 7.77%
Other Govt Bond 4.73%
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp-Mortgage Backed 4.49%
Foreign US$ Denominated Notes/Bonds 2.00%
Corporate Notes/Bonds 0.57%
Asset Backed 0.05%
Quality (as of 12/31/2020)
Other 33.56%
AAA 18.39%
BBB 11.94%
Not Rated 10.56%
BB 9.23%
B 5.88%
CCC 4.70%
A 2.50%
CC 2.50%
D 0.41%

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