Understand the performance search filter

The following table describes all the criteria found in the performance search filter.

Criterion Description
Total ret 3 Mo Expressed in percentage terms, this is a calculation of total return determined by taking the change in monthly net asset value (NAV), reinvesting all income and capital gains distributions during that month, and dividing by the starting NAV. Reinvestments are made using the actual reinvestment NAV, and daily payoffs are reinvested monthly. We provide both current and month-end returns.
Total ret 1 YTD
Expressed in percentage terms, this is a calculation of total return that is determined by taking the change in monthly net asset value (NAV), reinvesting all income and capital gains distributions during that month, and dividing by the starting NAV. Reinvestments are made using the actual reinvestment NAV, and daily payoffs are reinvested monthly. We provide both current and month-end returns.
Total ret 1 yr Expressed in percentage terms, this is a calculation of total return determined by taking the change in monthly net asset value (NAV), reinvesting all income and capital gains distributions during that month, and dividing by the starting NAV. Reinvestments are made using the actual reinvestment NAV, and daily payoffs are reinvested monthly. We provide both current and month-end returns.
Total ret annlzd 3 yr Expressed in percentage terms, this is a calculation of total return determined by taking the change in monthly net asset value (NAV), reinvesting all income and capital gains distributions during that month, and dividing by the starting NAV. Reinvestments are made using the actual reinvestment NAV, and daily payoffs are reinvested monthly. We provide both current and month-end returns.
12 Mo yield Yield is a measure of the fund’s income distributions as a percentage of the fund price. This figure is calculated by summing the income distributions over the trailing 12 months and dividing that by the sum of the last month’s ending net asset value, plus any capital gains distributed over the 12-month period. Back capital gains are used to estimate what the fund’s ending price would have been had it not distributed these gains; this makes the result more comparable to a stock yield because stocks do not distribute gains, but rather, increase in price.
Total ret % (Daily) Expressed in percentage terms, this is a calculation of total return determined by taking the change in monthly net asset value (NAV), reinvesting all income and capital gains distributions during that month, and dividing by the starting NAV. Reinvestments are made using the actual reinvestment NAV, and daily payoffs are reinvested monthly. We provide both current and month-end returns.
Daily market price change $ This is the change in price of a security from the closing price on one day, to the closing price the following trading day.

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