American Funds Retirement Income Portfolio - Moderate - RIM - All Holdings | American Funds



9 Total Holdings:
As of 9/30/18
All Holdings: 1 - 9 of 9
Security Name Asset Type Shares or
Principal Amount
Market Value Percent of
Net Assets
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Capital Income Builder, Class R-6 Equity 3,245,655 $195,940,195.00 25%
The Income Fund of America, Class R-6 Equity 8,445,424 $195,933,841.00 25%
American Balanced Fund, Class R-6 Equity 4,206,482 $117,529,110.00 15%
The Bond Fund of America, Class R-6 Equity 6,304,876 $78,621,803.00 10%
American Funds Global Balanced Fund, Class R-6 Equity 1,228,694 $39,330,483.00 5%
American Funds Inflation Linked Bond Fund, Class R-6 Equity 4,067,570 $39,130,025.00 5%
American Funds Mortgage Fund, Class R-6 Equity 4,026,905 $39,262,326.00 5%
American Mutual Fund, Class R-6 Equity 913,547 $39,145,472.00 5%
U.S. Government Securities Fund, Class R-6 Equity 2,962,331 $39,250,891.00 5%
All Holdings: 1 - 9 of 9

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