T. Rowe Price Global Allocation Fund (RPGAX)
Ticker Symbol:
RPGAX
Fund Status:
Open to new Retail investors  /  Open to subsequent Retail investments
Fund Objective
Quick Stats
Fiscal Year End  October
Morningstar Category  World Allocation
Inception Date 05/28/2013
Tax ID 46-2412333
Investment Objective
The fund's objective is to seek long-term capital appreciation and income.
Strategy
The Global Allocation Fund seeks to invest in a broadly diversified global portfolio of investments, including U.S. and international stocks, bonds, and alternative investments. The fund uses an active asset allocation strategy in conjunction with fundamental research to select individual investments. T. Rowe Price, the fundís investment advisor, allocates the fundís assets among the various asset classes and market sectors based on its assessment of U.S. and global economic and market conditions, interest rate movements, industry and issuer conditions and business cycles, and other relevant factors. Under normal conditions, the fundís portfolio will consist of approximately 60% stocks; 30% bonds, money market securities, and other debt instruments; and 10% alternative investments.

T. Rowe Price may adjust the fundís portfolio and overall risk profile by making tactical decisions to overweight or underweight particular asset classes or sectors based on its outlook for the global economy and securities markets, as well as by adjusting the fundís overall derivatives exposure and allocations to alternative investments through hedge funds.
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The fund offers long-term growth potential by investing primarily in individual securities but also, to a limited extent, funds for specific asset classes. In addition to investments in stocks, bonds, and cash the portfolio is expected to utilize derivatives to adjust exposure to these markets or as a source of income and diversification.

This fund is subject to general stock and bond market risks. The fund's share price can fall because of weakness in the broad market, a particular industry, or specific holdings. Investments overseas generally carry more risk than investments in U.S. assets, including unfavorable currency exchange rates and political or economic uncertainty abroad. To the extent the fund has investments in emerging market countries, it will be more subject to abrupt and severe price declines. The fund's investments in alternative investments and hedge funds are difficult to value and monitor when compared with more traditional investments, and may increase the fund's liquidity risks.
**This chart displays relative risk of each U.S. mutual fund listed using standard deviation of returns. Those values are provided in the bars at the top of the chart.

Methodology: We evaluate the standard deviation and its resulting placement within a specific risk/return category on an annual basis. A fund is generally placed in a risk/return category based on the 10-year standard deviation of its performance. If a fund is less than 10 years old, the actual fund performance history is supplemented with the primary prospectus benchmark history to obtain a full 10-year history, or longest time period available up to 10 years. For an Asset Allocation fund with less than 10 years of performance history, sub-strategy returns are used. When a sub-strategy is less than 10 years old, the actual sub-strategy performance history is supplemented with benchmark history to obtain a full 10-year history, or longest time period available up to 10 years.

Risk return categories overlap; a fund with a standard deviation in the overlap between two categories, denoted by a plus (+), is placed so that its risk categorization is better aligned with anticipated return characteristics an investor may experience going forward at the discretion of T Rowe Price.

When a fund has a cash-like benchmark, denoted by a double plus (++), its standard deviation is estimated using only available fund returns. If the fund is less than 10 years old, benchmark returns are not used to obtain a full 10-year history because they would artificially suppress the volatility estimate.

All investments are subject to market risk, including the possible loss of principal. Standard deviation of returns, a measure of price volatility, is one measure of risk. Please consult the funds' prospectuses for a more complete discussion of the funds' risks.
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