DVLAX Rating, Research - Dreyfus International Value A

Dreyfus International Value A (dvlax)

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Asset Allocation (% of Port)

US Stocks
Non-US Stocks

Geographic Allocation (% of Port)

North America
South America
Australia + Pacific Islands
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SWOT Statistics

Strengths + Opportunities = 58

Threats + Weaknesses = 43

When strengths & opportunities substantially exceed threats & weaknesses an investment in the dvlax mutual fund has great long term potential.

Fund Management Team

Fund Description Update

Dreyfus International Value A (DVLAX) Description: DVLAX is a mutual fund, which is an investment that owns a basket of assets. The DVLAX mutual fund was provided by Dreyfus and this investment vehicle derives the majority of its value from equity holdings (stocks). Dreyfuss mutual fund has a medium management tenure and is in the average fund size classification. DVLAXs minimum initial investment amount is $1000 while the IRA minimum is $750. DVLAXs expense ratio is roughly 2%. The latest DVLAXs front end load was 6% and the back end load was 0%. The Dreyfus International Value A (DVLAX) mutual fund falls under the foreign large-cap value category. DVLAX focuses its investments in EU and Japan and DVLAX is not affiliated with a particular industry or fund sector. The Dreyfus International Value A (DVLAX) mutual fund is not a leveraged fund and it does not have inverse fund properties. An investor can find DVLAXs top holdings, fundamental analysis, ratings, and fund risk (volatility) on the left side of the screen. The right side of DVLAXs research report features technical analysis and long term investment potential.

Portfolio Strategy Update

This investment vehicle seeks long-term capital growth. The fund generally invests at least 80% of assets in equity securities (see equity research) of foreign issuers that the advisor believes to be value companies. It typically invests in companies in at least ten foreign countries, and limits its investments in any single company to no more than 5% of assets at the time of purchase. The stock investments may include common stocks (see stock research), preferred stocks (see stock research) and convertible securities, including those purchased in initial public offerings or shortly thereafter.

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