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MassMutual Select Blue Chip Growth Fund Service Class (MBCYX)

17.14
Net Asset Value
-2.78%
1 Day
+0.12%
Year-to-Date
Overall Morningstar Rating
Large growth
Style or Category
No Load
Sales Expenses
0.87%
Expense Ratio
Above Average
Morningstar Risk Rating™
Investment Objective The investment seeks growth of capital over the long term. Under normal circumstances, the fund invests at least 80% of net assets in the common stocks of large- and medium-sized blue chip growth companies. The fund's subadvisers, T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. ("T. Rowe Price") and Loomis, Sayles & Company, L.P. ("Loomis Sayles"), currently define blue chip growth companies to mean firms that, in their view, are well-established in their industries and have the potential for above-average earnings growth.

Performance

1 month-8.76% 3 years+16.56%
3 months-5.68% 5 years+17.90%
1 year+3.33% Since inception+5.78%
Data through --

Peer Comparisonvs. Large growth

 MBCYXCategory
Performance 5-yr return+17.90%+16.96%
Expense ratio0.87%1.20%
Risk 5 year sharpe ratio1.351.19
Net assets$1.6B$2.8B
Average market cap$67.6B$81.2B
Average P/E25.823.1
Portfolio turnover34%34%

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Fund Management and Purchase Info

Fund familyMassMutual
Fund manager & tenureLarry Puglia / 9 Years
Minimal initial investment$0.00
Minimum IRA investment--

Holdings

U.S. stock86.39%
International stock13.05%
Fixed income0.31%
Cash0.25%
Other0.00%
Top 5 Sectors
Portfolio weighting
Consumer service 18.46%
Financial service 13.71%
Telecommunication 13.49%
Industrial materials 13.28%
Hardware 12.57%
Top 10 Holdings
Portfolio weighting
AMZN Amazon5.40%
FB Facebook3.71%
V Visa3.26%
GOOG Google2.40%
GOOGL Google2.12%
MCK McKesson Corp2.12%
PCLN Priceline2.08%
DHR Danaher Corp1.96%
BIIB Biogen1.89%
MA MasterCard1.86%

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