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Morningstar.Com - Fund QuickRank
Morningstar® Fund Quickrank  

Fund Quickrank
Select fund category: Select ranking field:
 Instructions for Fund Quickrank
Welcome to Morningstar.com's quick and easy fund ranking system.
This tool lets you screen and rank Morningstar.com's database of more than 22,500 funds.
  1. Choose a broad fund category from the first pull-down list.
  2. Choose a ranking field from the second pull-down list.
  3. Click on the View Results button to see how the funds rank on the field you have chosen.
Narrower fund categories:
Each broad fund category contains narrower fund categories within it. For example, if you're interested in the specialty-technology funds that have the highest Morningstar Ratings, you should first screen on U.S. Stock Funds with the highest Morningstar Rating. Once you get your results, you will get a new pull-down list of narrower fund categories, and Technology will be one of your new options. Choose Technology, and click View Results again to perform the ranking.
Note:
Results include distinct portfolios only. However, group/category average numbers and counts include all share classes.
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