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Sentinel was established in 1934, the company has been helping investors maximize their returns through a carefully honed asset management approach that stresses consistent performance over extended time periods.
The company offers a choice of mutual funds to help you achieve your financial goals. You can diversify your investments among domestic and world stocks, taxable and tax-free bonds, and money market instruments.
Sentinel Balanced Fund seeks a combination of growth of capital and current income. The Fund seeks its objectives of growth of capital and current income by investing in common stocks and investment grade bonds that are relatively low risk and have low fluctuations in value.
The company capital markets income fund seeks high level of current income, with a secondary goal of long-term capital appreciation. The Fund divides its assets among 4 broad asset classes. It invests at least 20 percent of its assets in domestic investment grade bonds, no more than 35 percent in domestic and foreign lower-rated debt securities, no more than 35 percent in equity and equity-related securities, and no more than 35 percent in international investment grade government debt securities.
Sentinel Common Stock Fund seeks long-term capital growth, preservation of capital, and growth of income. The fund normally invests at least 80 percent of its assets in common stocks. The fund invests in a diverse group of common stocks of well-established companies, most of which pay regular dividends.
Sentinel Small Company Fund seeks long-term capital appreciation. The fund invests at least 80 percent of its assets in stocks of small companies, which, at the time of purchase, have market capitalizations of less than $3 billion. Up to 25 percent of the fund's assets may be invested in securities within a single industry.
The Fund attempts to identify companies that are expected to grow as a result of the potential long-term return from their investment in research, development, and capital spending and market expansion. Additionally, it looks for companies perceived to be attractively valued relative to their future growth prospects, as well as to that of the market as a whole. The Fund uses a blended top-down and bottom-up approach, focusing on both macroeconomic and company-specific factors. The Fund analyzes a company’s dividend-paying characteristics when selecting investments. The Fund may invest up to 25 percent of net assets in stocks of foreign issuers.

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