1 Source: Morningstar Direct, June 30, 2022 institutional share class. Note: The Lifecycle Retirement Income ranks in the 8th percentile and the Lifecycle Index Retirement Income ranks in the 1st percentile.
2 Morningstar ratings refer to institutional share class only. Morning ratings based on the lowest cost share class for each mutual fund, based on U.S. open end mutual funds. For a fund with multiple share classes and the same pricing, the share class with the longest performance history is used. Morningstar ratings may be higher or lower on a monthly basis. Morningstar is an independent service that rates mutual funds. The top 10% of funds in an investment category receive five stars, the next 22.5% receive four stars and the next 35% receive three stars. Morningstar proprietary ratings reflect historical risk-adjusted performance and can change every month. They are calculated from the fund's three-, five- and ten-year average annual returns in excess of 90-day Treasury bill returns with appropriate fee adjustments, and a risk factor that reflects fund performance below 90-day T-bill returns. The overall star ratings are Morningstar's published ratings, which are weighted averages of its three-, five- and ten-year ratings for periods ended June 30, 2022. Past performance does not predict or guarantee future results. For current performance and rankings, please visit TIAA.org/public/tcfpi/InvestResearch.
Diversification is a technique to help reduce risk. However, there is no guarantee that diversification will protect against a loss of income.
As with all mutual funds, the principal value of a lifecycle fund isn't guaranteed at any time and will fluctuate with market changes. The target date approximates when investors may plan to start making withdrawals. However, you are not required to withdraw the funds at that target date. After the target date has been reached, some of your money may be merged into a fund with a more stable asset allocation.
Lifecycle funds share the risks associated with the types of securities held by each of the underlying funds in which they invest. In addition to the fees and expenses associated with the lifecycle funds, there is exposure to the fees and expenses associated with the underlying mutual funds.
3 Based on an internal survey of US target-date mutual funds as described in publicly available prospectuses. Note that some target-date Collective Investment Trusts include an allocation to direct held commercial real estate.
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