|120 West 45th Street, Suite 3600 , New York, NY 10036|
|Fund Manager||Team Managed|
The Trust's objective is to provide you as high a level of current income exempt from Hawaiian state and regular Federal income taxes as is consistent with preservation of capital. Under normal circumstances, at least 80% of the Trust's assets will be invested in municipal obligations that pay interest exempt, in the opinion of bond counsel, from Hawaii State and regular Federal income taxes. In general, almost all of these obligations are issued by the State of Hawaii, its counties and various other local authorities; these obligations may also include certain other governmental issuers. We call these "Hawaiian Obligations." These securities may include participation or other interests in municipal securities and variable rate demand notes. Some Hawaiian Obligations, such as general obligation issues, are backed by the issuer's taxing authority, while other Hawaiian Obligations, such as revenue bonds, are backed only by revenues from certain facilities or other sources and not by the issuer itself. These obligations can be of any maturity, but the Trust's weighted average maturity has traditionally been between 5 and 15 years.
|Asset Type||% Of Allocation|
|Total Net Assets||78.06 M|
|Criteria||3 Years||5 Years||10 Years|
|Minimum Initial IRA||$0|
|Timeframe||Average Annual Current Performance Monthly As Of 08/31/2021||Average Annual Current Performance Quarterly As Of 05/31/2021||Avg Annual Current Performance Monthly As Of 08/31/2021||Avg Annual Current Performance Quarterly As Of 05/31/2021|
|Life Of Fund||
Join the Action Alerts PLUS Community today!
See the latest news for the top stocks in the electric vehicle space including Tesla, Ford, General Motors, Li Auto and more.
Jim Cramer has your game plan for next week, which he says will be the calm before the earnings season storm.
Starbucks reportedly said it will raise wages and benefits and a union isn’t needed, to employees at three stores in Buffalo New York.
Exxon has 'reduced costs, surprised to the downside on capital spending, outperformed our expectations in downstream/chemicals,' Goldman said.
Companies need to forget about help from Washington and step up to the plate.