Rupal Bhansali speaks with CNBC Anchor Brian Sullivan about her market outlook.Watch full interview
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In this video of a television interview with Rupal J. Bhansali, she discusses her investment philosophy, opinions on the current market and regulatory environment, and her opinions on specific stocks. The funds she manages on behalf of Ariel, as well as their Morningstar™ rankings, are mentioned by the interviewer. The information contained in the video is not guaranteed as to its accuracy or completeness. This material should not be considered an offer for any of the securities referenced. The information and opinions contained in the article were current as of the date of the interview but are subject to change. The information provided does not provide information reasonably sufficient upon which to base an investment decision and should not be considered a recommendation to purchase or sell any particular security. Click here for the current schedule of holdings for Ariel International Fund and here for a current schedule of holdings for Ariel Global Fund. See the Products section of our website for current product holdings.
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Ariel International Fund (Investor Class) ranked 68 out of 341, 165 out of 292, and 33 out of 175 among the funds in Morningstar’s Foreign Large Value category for the one-, five- and ten-year periods ended 9/30/22. Rankings for the Institutional Class will differ. Each fund is ranked relative to all funds in the same category. Rankings are based on total returns. Fund performance used within the rankings, reflects certain fee waivers, without which, returns and Morningstar rankings would have been lower. The highest (or most favorable) percentile rank is 1 and the lowest (or least favorable) percentile rank is 100. As of 9/30/22, Ariel International Fund (Investor Class)’s Overall Morningstar Rating™ is 5 stars among 314 funds in the Foreign Large Value category. The Fund’s Overall Morningstar Rating™ is based on its three-, five- and ten-year ratings: 4 stars among 314 funds, 4 stars among 292 funds, and 5 stars among 175 funds, respectively. Ratings for the Institutional Class will differ.
Ariel Global Fund (Investor Class) ranked 20 out of 172, 66 out of 148, and 22 out of 89 among the funds in Morningstar’s Global Large-Stock Value category for the one-, five- and ten-year periods ended 9/30/22. Rankings for the Institutional Class will differ. Each fund is ranked relative to all funds in the same category. Rankings are based on total returns. Fund performance used within the rankings, reflects certain fee waivers, without which, returns and Morningstar rankings would have been lower. The highest (or most favorable) percentile rank is 1 and the lowest (or least favorable) percentile rank is 100. As of 9/30/22, Ariel Global Fund (Investor Class)’s Overall Morningstar Rating™ is 4 stars among 156 funds in the Global Large-Stock Value category. The Fund’s Overall Morningstar Rating™ is based on its three-, five- and ten-year ratings: 5 stars among 156 funds, 4 stars among 148 funds, and 4 stars among 89 funds, respectively. Ratings for the Institutional Class will differ.
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