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Mutual Fund Net Asset Values (NAVs)

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Per Share Net Asset Values 02/14/2019

Fund NAV ($)
Multi-Asset Fund (MAF) 12.86
Short-Term Fund (STF) 9.87

NAV History

NAV is not calculated for Columbus Day, Veterans Day, or days when US securities markets are closed. In addition, please note that changes in NAV may be affected by quarterly distributions from the fund. MAF’s recent distribution history can be found here.
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Multi-Asset Fund - The fund may use leverage; invests in illiquid securities, non-US securities, small capitalization stocks, derivatives, below investment grade bonds and engages in short-selling. Non-US securities may entail political, economic, and currency risks different from those of US securities and may be issued by entities adhering to different accounting standards than those governing US issuers. Small capitalization stocks may entail different risks than larger capitalization stocks, including potentially lesser degrees of liquidity. The fund or certain of its money managers invest routinely and, at times, significantly in derivatives, certain of which are deemed by the SEC to be highly speculative. Short selling of securities may increase the potential for loss if a manager has difficulty covering a short position. Leverage may accelerate the velocity and magnitude of potential losses. Not more than 20% of the fund's assets may be invested in debt obligations rated below investment grade (i.e., having a rating lower than BBB by Standard & Poor's or Baa by Moody's) or unrated but deemed to be of similar quality. Bonds rated below investment grade are commonly referred to as "junk bonds." As a multi-manager fund, the fund may experience higher transaction costs than a fund managed by a single manager, and the fund may not be able to combine money managers such that their styles are complementary.
Short-Term Fund - Investments in debt securities typically decrease in value when interest rates rise although the risk is less for short-term debt securities than for longer-term debt securities.
The prospectus contains detailed information about risks associated with the TIFF mutual funds. Please read the prospectus carefully before investing. Mutual fund investing involves risk. Principal loss is possible. The mutual funds are distributed by Foreside Fund Services, LLC.
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