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Dunn is a portfolio manager with the Dreyfus Corporation since November 1995. Dunn serves as an assistant vice president with the Mellon Bank. Gutterson is a vice president with Back Bay Advisors and he is employer since February 1990.  He spent four years in institutional sales with Bear Stearns and six years as a commercial lender with Bank of New England.
Mellon Balanced Fund seeks long-term growth of principal in conjunction with current income. The fund may invest in both individual securities and other funds. The fund generally invests between forty five and sixty five percent of assets to equity securities and between thirty five and fifty five percent of assets to bonds. The funds investment in Emerging Markets is normally subject to a limit of twenty percent of the fund's assets. The fund's investment in debt securities will be of investment-grade quality and the duration will not go beyond eight years.
Mellon Bond Fund seeks to carry out the Lehman Brothers Aggregate Bond Index while maintaining a similar risk level. The fund actively manages bond market and maturity exposure and invests at least sixty five percent of its total assets in debt securities such as: U.S. government and mortgage-related securities, agency bonds, corporate bonds and government bonds. The duration will not exceed eight years.
Mellon Emerging Markets Fund seeks long-term capital growth. The fund invests principally in equity securities of companies in countries considered to be emerging markets.  The fund will not invest more than twenty five percent of its total assets in the securities of companies in any one emerging market country. The advisors consider business health, values and business momentum while evaluating fund.
Mellon Income Stock fund normally invests at least sixty five percent of its assets in dividend-paying stocks. The adviser decides stocks through a disciplined investment process that combines fundamental analysis, computer modeling techniques and risk management. The remainder of the fund's assets may be invested in convertible bonds, fixed income securities and money market Instruments, and preferred stocks.

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