|P. O. Box 219078 , Kansas City, MO 64121|
|Fund Manager||Team Managed|
The Fund s investment objective is to seek total return. The Fund is a special type of mutual fund known as a fund of funds because it invests primarily in open-end funds (commonly referred to as mutual funds ), closed-end funds, and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) managed by Invesco and/or its affiliates (collectively, the Underlying Funds ) in order to obtain exposure to various asset classes, investment strategies and types of securities. The Fund generally categorizes each Underlying Fund as an equity, fixed-income, or alternative fund based on its investment profile. The Fund typically allocates its assets among Underlying Funds, and within a pre-determined percentage range for its assets in equity funds, as determined by the Adviser in accordance with its outlook for the economy, the financial markets and the relative market valuations of the Underlying Funds. Under normal market conditions, the Adviser selects Underlying Funds based on its determination that they could provide total return for the Fund. The Fund generally invests between 15% and 30% of its assets in equity funds. Such funds invest in equity securities of domestic and foreign companies, including small, medium and large market capitalization companies, and growth and value stocks. Equity securities include common stock, preferred stock, rights and warrants, and securities convertible into common stock. Foreign equities are securities of issuers outside of the United States, including issuers in emerging or developing markets. Underlying Funds investing primarily in real estate securities, listed infrastructure securities, and master limited partnerships (MLPs) will be deemed to be equity funds for purposes of the Fund s allocation strategy. The Fund generally invests the remainder of its assets in a flexible combination of fixed-income and alternative funds. Fixed-income funds generally invest in fixed income instruments such as investment-grade debt securities, below-investment-grade high yield securities (or junk bonds), government and government-sponsored securities, corporate bonds, securitized products, and inflation-protected debt securities. Alternative funds generally offer unique combinations of traditional equity securities and fixed-income securities or use alternative investment strategies, including primarily through the use of derivatives, that aim to offer diversification beyond traditional equity and fixed-income securities. Alternative funds may seek to take long and short positions to manage exposure to certain asset classes, and may also invest in event-linked bonds. The Fund is not required to invest its assets in any specified percentages of fixed-income or alternative funds. The Fund does not limit its investment in Underlying Funds that invest primarily in foreign securities. The Fund s investment in Underlying Funds is subject to any limitations imposed by the Investment Company Act of 1940 or any exemptive relief therefrom. The Fund may temporarily exceed its percentage range for its assets in equity funds for short periods and may alter the percentage range when it deems appropriate. The Adviser will monitor the markets and allocate assets among the Underlying Funds based on changing market or economic conditions and investment opportunities. The Adviser monitors the Underlying Fund selections and periodically rebalances the Fund s investments to bring them back within their asset allocation target ranges. In response to changing market or economic conditions, the Adviser may change any or all of the Underlying Funds managed by Invesco and/or its affiliates, including using funds that may be created in the future, or change the Fund s asset allocation target ranges at any time, in each case without prior approval from or notice to shareholders. The Fund may invest directly in derivatives to hedge its cash position and manage the duration of the Fund s portfolio, including but not limited to futures, total return swaps, and forward contracts. The Fund may also use other types of derivatives that are consistent with its investment objective and investment strategies. In addition, the Fund will gain exposure to derivatives through its investments in Underlying Funds. The Fund may hold a portion of its assets in cash, money market securities or other similar, liquid investments, including in shares of money market mutual funds in the Invesco family of funds. This may also include shares of funds that provide exposure to inflation protected debt securities and short-term investment grade debt securities. This will also generally occur at times when there is an inability to immediately invest funds received from purchases of Fund shares or from redemptions of other investments or to maintain liquidity.
|Asset Type||% Of Allocation|
|Total Net Assets||62.95 M|
|Criteria||3 Years||5 Years||10 Years|
|Minimum Initial IRA||$250|
|Timeframe||Average Annual Current Performance Monthly As Of 08/31/2021||Average Annual Current Performance Quarterly As Of 06/30/2021||Avg Annual Current Performance Monthly As Of 08/31/2021||Avg Annual Current Performance Quarterly As Of 06/30/2021|
|Life Of Fund||
|Symbol||Company Name||% Of Assets|
|VRIG||INVESCO VARIABLE RATE INV GR||7.96%|
|AIIRX||~INVESCO INCOME FUND INSTIT||5.18%|
|RPG||GUGGENHEIM S&P 500 PURE GROWT||3.46%|
|RPV||GUGGENHEIM S&P 500 PURE VALUE||3.35%|
|OMFL||INVESCO RUSSELL 1000 DYN M F||3.33%|
|GMSDX||INVESCO MACRO ALLOCATION STRA||2.55%|
|QVOPX||OPPENHEIMER FUNDAMENTAL ALTER||2.44%|
|IZIYX||INVESCO INTL COMPANIES FD||2.08%|
|SPLV||POWERSHARES S&P 500 LOW VOLA||2.04%|
|IDLV||POWERSHARES INTL DEV LOW VOT||2.03%|
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