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World Core Equity Portfolio (I)


Inception DateTicker SymbolCUSIP Number
March 7, 2012DREIX25239Y105
The investment objective of the World Core Equity Portfolio is to achieve long-term capital appreciation.

For a full description, please consult the Portfolio's prospectus.
Updated Daily
DateClosing PriceNAV Change$NAV Change %
February 8, 2016$11.30$-0.18-1.57%
Updated Monthly
DateTotal Net Assets
January 29, 2016$198,830,958.99
Updated Daily
Total Returns Year-to-Date
February 08, 2016 -9.89%
Updated Monthly
Total Returns One Month Three Month Year-to-Date
January 31, 2016 -5.90% -8.26% -5.90%
Updated Monthly
Average Annual Total Returns One Year Five Years Ten Years Since Inception
January 31, 2016 -6.72% -- -- 6.89%
Updated Quarterly
Average Annual Total Returns One Year Five Years Ten Years Since Inception
As of December 31, 2015 -2.46% -- -- 8.76%
Annual ExpensesNet Expense Ratio (to investor)Total Operating Expense Ratio
Operating Expense ratio as of 10/31/2014. The net expense ratio takes into account the previous contractual management fee waivers/caps and expense assumption agreements that was in effect through 6/26/2014. Effective 6/27/2014, pursuant to an Amended and Restated Fee Waiver and Expense Assumption Agreement, the adviser will assume expenses to the extent necessary so that expenses will not exceed 0.35% of the average net assets of the class of the portfolio on an annualized basis. The Amended and Restated Fee Waiver and Expense Assumption Agreement will remain in effect through 2/28/2016. The fund's prospectus contains more information on fees and expenses.
Performance data shown represents past performance and is no guarantee of future results. Current performance may be higher or lower than the performance shown. The investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that an investor's shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. To obtain performance data current to the most recent month-end, visit
Last 12 Months
TypeAmount per ShareRecord DateEx-dividend DatePayable DateEx-dividend Price
Long-Term Gain$0.00791 USD12/15/201512/16/201512/17/2015$12.59 USD
Dividend$0.06760 USD12/15/201512/16/201512/17/2015$12.59 USD
Dividend$0.06111 USD09/8/201509/9/201509/10/2015$12.41 USD
Dividend$0.10129 USD06/5/201506/8/201506/9/2015$13.63 USD
Dividend$0.02690 USD03/6/201503/9/201503/10/2015$13.42 USD
Top Holdings (11876 Total)
As of January 31, 2016Weight
Apple Inc1.34
Microsoft Corp0.85
Exxon Mobil Corp0.77
Alphabet Inc0.56 Inc0.56
AT&T Inc0.51
Verizon Communications In0.50
Johnson & Johnson0.50
Wells Fargo & Co0.49
Nestle SA0.45
Intel Corp0.43
JPMorgan Chase & Co0.43
Comcast Corp0.40
Berkshire Hathaway Inc0.40
Home Depot Inc/The0.39
Procter & Gamble Co/The0.37
Coca-Cola Co/The0.36
Toyota Motor Corp0.35
PepsiCo Inc0.34
Pfizer Inc0.33
Sector Allocations
As of January 31, 2016% of portfolio
Financials 17.4
Consumer Discretionary 16.0
Industrials 14.5
Information Technology 14.0
Health Care 9.1
Consumer Staples 8.8
Materials 7.1
Energy 6.4
Utilities 3.4
Telecommunication Services 3.1
Other 0.0
REITs 0.0
Sectors defined by MSCI
Market Risk
Even a long-term investment approach cannot guarantee a profit. Economic, political, and issuer-specific events will cause the value of securities, and the funds that own them, to rise or fall. Because the value of your investment in a fund will fluctuate, there is a risk that you will lose money.

Foreign Securities and Currencies Risk
Foreign securities prices may decline or fluctuate because of: (a) economic or political actions of foreign governments, and/or (b) less regulated or liquid securities markets. Investors holding these securities are also exposed to foreign currency risk (the possibility that foreign currency will fluctuate in value against the US dollar).

Small Company Risk
Securities of small companies are often less liquid than those of large companies. As a result, small company stocks may fluctuate relatively more in price. In general, small companies are also more vulnerable than larger companies to adverse business or economic developments and they may have more limited resources.

Value Investment Risk
Value stocks may perform differently from the market as a whole and following a value-oriented investment strategy may cause the Portfolio to at times underperform equity funds that use other investment strategies.

Emerging Markets Risk
Numerous emerging countries have recently experienced serious, and potentially continuing, economic and political problems. Stock markets in many emerging countries are relatively small, expensive and generally have higher risks. Foreigners are often limited in their ability to invest in, and withdraw assets from, these markets. Additional restrictions may be imposed under other conditions.

Derivatives Risk
Derivatives can be used for hedging (attempting to reduce risk by offsetting one investment position with another) or non-hedging purposes. While hedging can reduce or eliminate losses, it also can reduce or eliminate gains. The use of derivatives for non-hedging purposes may be considered more speculative than other types of investments. When the Portfolio uses derivatives, the Portfolio will be directly exposed to the risks of those derivatives. Derivative securities are subject to a number of risks, including commodity, correlation, interest rate, liquidity, market, credit and management risks, and the risk of improper valuation. The Portfolio also may use derivatives for leverage. The Portfolio's use of derivatives, particularly commodity-linked derivatives, involves risks different from, or possibly greater than, the risks associated with investing directly in securities and other traditional investments. Changes in the value of a derivative may not correlate perfectly with the underlying asset, rate, or index, and the Portfolio could lose more than the principal amount invested. For example, potential losses from commodity-linked notes or swap agreements can be unlimited. Additional risks are associated with the use of credit default swaps, including counterparty and credit risk (the risk that the other party to a swap agreement will not fulfill its contractual obligations, whether because of bankruptcy or other default) and liquidity risk (the possible lack of a secondary market for the swap agreement). Also, suitable derivative transactions may not be available in all circumstances and there can be no assurance that the Portfolio will engage in these transactions to reduce exposure to other risks when that would be beneficial.

Fund of Funds Risk
The investment performance of each Portfolio is affected by the investment performance of the Underlying Funds in which the Portfolio invests. The ability of a Portfolio to achieve its investment objective depends on the ability of the Underlying Funds to meet their investment objectives and on the Advisor's decisions regarding the allocation of the Portfolio's assets among the Underlying Funds. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of any Portfolio or Underlying Fund will be achieved. Through their investments in the Underlying Funds, the Portfolios are subject to the risks of the Underlying Funds investments. The risks of the Underlying Funds may include Market Risk, Small Company Risk, Risks of Concentrating in the Real Estate Industry, Emerging Markets Risk, Interest Rate Risk, Credit Risk, and Risks of Banking Concentration. For more details regarding these risks, please see the DIG Global Portfolios Prospectus.

Securities Lending Risk
Securities lending involves the risk that the borrower may fail to return the securities in a timely manner or at all. As a result, an Underlying Fund may lose money and there may be a delay in recovering the loaned securities. An Underlying Fund could also lose money if it does not recover the securities and/or the value of the collateral falls, including the value of investments made with cash collateral. Securities lending also may have certain adverse tax consequences. To the extent that the Portfolio holds securities directly and lends those securities, it will be also subject to the foregoing risks with respect to its loaned securities.

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These Net Asset Values ("NAVs") have been prepared by the fund accounting agent. Dimensional Fund Advisors reserves the right to restate these NAV figures, if necessary, at any time.