|1585 Broadway , New York, NY 10036|
|Fund Manager||Team Managed|
The Discovery Portfolio (the "Fund") seeks long-term capital growth. Under normal circumstances, the Fund's "Adviser," Morgan Stanley Investment Management Inc., seeks long-term capital growth by investing primarily in established and emerging companies with capitalizations within the range of companies included in the Russell Midcap® Growth Index, which as of December 31, 2019 was between $267.2 million and $65.1 billion. The Adviser emphasizes a bottom-up stock selection process, seeking attractive investments on an individual company basis. The Adviser seeks to invest in high quality companies it believes have sustainable competitive advantages and the ability to redeploy capital at high rates of return. The Adviser typically favors companies with rising returns on invested capital, above average business visibility, strong free cash flow generation and an attractive risk/reward.
|Asset Type||% Of Allocation|
|Total Net Assets||2.00 B|
|Criteria||3 Years||5 Years||10 Years|
|Minimum Initial IRA||$0|
|Timeframe||Average Annual Current Performance Monthly As Of 09/30/2021||Average Annual Current Performance Quarterly As Of 09/30/2021||Avg Annual Current Performance Monthly As Of 09/30/2021||Avg Annual Current Performance Quarterly As Of 09/30/2021|
|Life Of Fund||
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