TIAA-CREF Mutual Funds

TIAA-CREF High Yield Fund (Retirement)TIHRX
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Portfolio Net Assets


Gross / Net Expense Ratio


30 Day
SEC Yield

The fund's 30-day SEC yield is based on yield to maturity of a fund's investments over a 30-day period and not on the dividends paid by the fund, which may differ.

Overall Morningstar Rating

The Overall Morningstar Rating is based on risk-adjusted return, and is a weighted average of the applicable 3-, 5-, and 10-year Ratings.

52 Week Range

0.00 (0.00%)
0.63% / 0.63%
$10.06 - $10.79
As of close 04/15/2014As of 03/31/2014As of 04/14/2014 
As of 03/31/2014
Based on risk adjusted returns

Portfolio Composition

Portfolio Composition provides details for the investments that constitute a particular fund.

Maturity Allocation

As of 03/31/2014

% of
Fixed Income Investments
0 - 1 Year0.10%
1 - 3 Years0.75%
3 - 5 Years16.19%
5 - 10 Years77.43%
10+ Years5.63%

Sector Weighting

As of 03/31/2014

% of
Net Assets
Corporate Bonds67.35%
Bank Loan Obligations16.09%
Foreign Government And Corporate Bonds Denominated In U.S. Dollars12.78%
Preferred Stock0.15%
Short-Term Investments, Other Assets & Liabilities, Net3.63%

Asset Allocation

As of 03/31/2014

% of
Net Assets
U.S. Fixed Income82.38%
International Fixed Income13.84%
Short-Term Investments, Other Assets , Net3.63%
U.S. Equity0.15%
Short-Term Investments, Other Assets & Liabilities, Net3.63%

The risks that the fund is subject to include market risk, company risk, interest-rate risk, credit risk, income volatility risk, illiquid security risk and foreign investment risks.

TIAA-CREF Individual & Institutional Services, LLC and Teachers Personal Investors Services, Inc., members FINRA, distribute securities products. Investment products, insurance and annuity products: are not FDIC insured, are not bank guaranteed, are not deposits, are not insured by any federal government agency, are not a condition to any banking service or activity, and may lose value.

Fund Facts

Option-adjusted duration estimates how much the value of a bond portfolio would be affected by a change in prevailing interest rates. It takes into account options embedded in the individual securities that might result in early repayment of principal, thereby shortening their duration. The longer a portfolio's duration, the more sensitive it is to changes in interest rates.

Average Maturity refers to the average time to maturity (the date a principal amount of a security becomes due or payable) of all the debt securities held in a portfolio. A relatively short average maturity results in smaller price fluctuations in response to changes in market rates of interest. A short average maturity subjects the owner of a debt portfolio to the risk that maturing debt will be replaced with debt carrying a lower interest rate.

Total Number of Holdings

406As of 02/28/2014

Option-Adjusted Duration

3.92 YearsAs of 03/31/2014

Average Maturity

7.10 YearsAs of 03/31/2014

Average Coupon

5.75%As of 03/31/2014