Franklin income fund dividend history

Franklin income fund dividend history DEFAULT

Dividend History for Franklin Templeton Ltd. Duration Income Trust (FTF)

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Ex-Div. DateAmountTypeYieldChangeDecl. DateRec. DatePay. DateDetails
10/27/$Month%N/A10/24/10/31/11/15/Details
4/27/$Month%N/A4/18/4/29/5/13/Details
10/28/$Month%N/A10/16/10/30/11/13/Details
7/29/$Month%N/A7/21/7/31/8/14/Details
3/27/$Month%N/A3/20/3/31/4/15/Details
2/25/$Month6%N/A2/18/2/27/3/13/Details
9/26/$Month%N/A9/18/9/28/10/15/Details
10/27/$Quarter%N/A10/20/10/31/11/15/Details
9/28/$Quarter%N/A9/20/9/30/10/14/Details
6/28/$Month11%N/A6/21/6/30/7/15/Details

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Franklin Income has generated a solid yield, and its total returns have been strong at times, but it hasn’t consistently outperformed on a risk-adjusted basis. The fund’s team and process both lack a clear competitive advantage. Its Morningstar Analyst Rating remains Neutral across its share classes.

Since taking the helm in May , Ed Perks has maintained the fund’s legacy of pursuing income via multiple asset classes. His comanagers bring perspectives on equities and bonds. But while the team boasts a wealth of experience, it hasn’t delivered compelling results at this fund and Franklin Managed Income FBLAX, both of which are managed by Perks along with Brendan Circle and Todd Brighton. (Franklin Managed Income earns an Analyst Rating of Neutral across its share classes as well.) Two comanagers, Matthew Quinlan and Richard Hsu, were removed from the fund in early but continue to make contributions. Quinlan manages Franklin Equity Income FISEX, while Hsu is part of the firm’s fixed-income effort.

The fund has delivered income and decent capital appreciation under Perks. Yield before fees has often exceeded 5% in the past five years even amid low interest rates, and the fund’s A1 shares have surpassed more than 60% of its allocation—30% to 50% equity Morningstar Category peers on total returns over the past 10 years through October However, the fund has taken on a hefty dose of credit risk to hit those numbers. Roughly two thirds to 90% of fixed-income assets has typically been invested in high-yield bonds. High-yield bonds represented 66% of the bond portfolio in September , far above the 18% category average. As a result, investors have endured substantial volatility and worse-than-average downdrafts along the way. For example, in the downturn of early , the fund lost %, substantially more than the median category loss of %. The fund’s longer-term risk-adjusted results, as measured by both Sharpe ratio and alpha, trail the category median and the category benchmark, the Morningstar Moderately Conservative Target Risk Index.

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Strategy

Investment Objective

The fund seeks a high level of dividend income and long-term capital growth primarily through investments in stocks.

Morningstar Equity Style

Large Value

Data as of 09/30/

Morningstar Rating

PeriodRatingFunds In Category (Large Value)
Overall1,
3 Years1,
5 Years1,
10 Years

Yields & Dividends (Investor Class)

Day SEC Standardized Yield
with waiver
N/A

Data as of N/A

without waiver
%

Data as of 09/30/

Day Annualized Dividend Yield
with waiver
N/A

Monthly Dividend
(USD)
N/A

Monthly Dividend
Rate
N/A

Average Annual Total Returns (Investor Class)

1 YR
%%
Benchmark
%%
Value
%%

Data as of 09/30/

Data as of 09/30/

3 YR
%%
Benchmark
%%
Value
%%

Data as of 09/30/

Data as of 09/30/

5 YR
%%
Benchmark
%%
Value
%%

Data as of 09/30/

Data as of 09/30/

10 YR
%%
Benchmark
%%
Value
%%

Data as of 09/30/

Data as of 09/30/

Benchmark: Russell Value Index

Fund Inception: 10/31/

Expense Ratio

Gross
%

Net
%

Current Year Performance (Investor Class)

Daily YTD
%
Benchmark
%
Value
%

Data as of 10/22/

Monthly YTD
%
Benchmark
%
Value
%

Data as of 09/30/

One Month
%
Benchmark
%
Value
%

Data as of 09/30/

Three Months
%
Benchmark
%
Value
%

Data as of 09/30/

Benchmark: Russell Value Index

Fund Inception: 10/31/

Asset Allocation

Net Assets
(USD)
$b

LargestUS Stock%$b

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Holdings

Total
Holdings

Largest HoldingWells Fargo%Was (06/30/)%

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Top 10 Holdings%View the latest Top 10 Holdings

Month Portfolio Turnover%Data as of 09/30/

Largest Contributor

Wells Fargo
%

Largest Detractor

GE
%

Data as of 09/30/

Purchase

Dominion Energy
%

Was%

Sale

PNC Financial Services Group
%

Was%

Data as of 09/30/

Sectors

Total
Sectors
11

Largest SectorFinancials%Was (08/31/)%

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Contributor

Financials
By %

Sector%

Selection%

Detractor

Health Care
By %

Sector%

Selection%

Data as of 09/30/

Over

Utilities
By %

Fund%

Benchmark%

Under

Communication Services
By %

Fund%

Benchmark%

Data as of 09/30/

Team (As of )

John D. Linehan, CFA

John D. Linehan, CFA
Portfolio Manager

John D. Linehan is the portfolio manager for the U.S. Large Cap Equity Income Strategy, U.S. Select Value Strategy and co-portfolio manager for the US Large-Cap Value Equity Strategy in the U.S. Equity Division. In addition, he is the chief investment officer of Equity and a member of the firm's U.S. Equity Steering and Equity Brokerage and Trading Control Committees. He also is a vice president of T. Rowe Price Group, Inc., and T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc.

  • Fund manager
    since
  • Years at
    T. Rowe Price 23
  • Years investment
    experience 32
Caleb N. Fritz, CFA

Caleb N. Fritz, CFA
Portfolio Specialist

Caleb Fritz is a portfolio specialist in the U.S. Equity Division. He acts as a proxy for equity portfolio managers with institutional clients, consultants, and prospects and supports the large-cap value strategies. Caleb also is a vice president of T. Rowe Price Group, Inc.

  • Years at
    T. Rowe Price 14
  • Years investment
    experience 21

How to Invest

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Share ClassMin Initial Investment (USD)Min Subsequent Investment (USD)12b-1 FeeExpense Ratio
GrossNetLimitation TypeLimitation Expiration Date
Investor Class
Cusip
$2,$% % % N/A N/A
Advisor Class
Cusip
$2,$% % % N/A
N/A
R Class
Cusip
$2,$% % % N/A
N/A
I Class
Cusip
$1,,*N/A% % % N/A
N/A

Benefits & Risks

  • Focus on above-average yielding value stocks:
  • Can help provide a relatively steady source of return
  • Can enhance return potential over time through reinvesting and compounding
  • Can help reduce fund volatility
  • By investing in common stocks, the fund is subject to declines in stock prices.
  • The value approach carries the risk that the market may not realize a security's value for a long time, or that a stock judged to be undervalued is actually appropriately priced.

Investor Profile

For investors with a long-term horizon seeking a:
  • Value-oriented, lower-risk approach to long-term capital appreciation
  • Core holding for the equity portion of a portfolio
  • Asset Allocation (09/30/)

    Category% of Total Net AssetsMarket Value (USD)
    Convertibles%$,,
    Global ex-US Stock%$1,,,
    Preferred%$,,
    Reserves%$,,
    US Stock%$16,,,

    Holdings (09/30/)

    Security Name% of FundPrev Qtr ChangeValueSectorIndustryCountry
    %%$,,FinancialsBanksUnited States
    %%$,,Industrials & Business ServicesIndustrial ConglomeratesUnited States
    %%$,,FinancialsInsuranceUnited States
    %%$,,UtilitiesElectric UtilitiesUnited States
    %%$,,Industrials & Business ServicesAir Freight & LogisticsUnited States
    %%$,,Information TechnologySemiconductors & Semiconductor EquipmentUnited States
    %%$,,Health CareHealth Care Providers & ServicesUnited States
    %%$,,FinancialsInsuranceUnited States
    %%$,,MaterialsChemicalsUnited States
    %%$,,EnergyOil, Gas & Consumable FuelsFrance
    %%$,,FinancialsInsuranceUnited States
    %%$,,Consumer StaplesFood ProductsUnited States
    %%$,,FinancialsBanksUnited States
    %%$,,MaterialsContainers & PackagingUnited States
    %%$,,UtilitiesMulti-UtilitiesUnited States
    %%$,,Communication ServicesMediaUnited States
    %%$,,Health CareBiotechnologyUnited States
    %%$,,Real EstateEquity Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)United States
    %%$,,Health CareHealth Care Equipment & SuppliesUnited States
    %%$,,FinancialsInsuranceUnited States
    %%$,,Health CareHealth Care Equipment & SuppliesUnited States
    %%$,,Industrials & Business ServicesAerospace & DefenseUnited States
    %%$,,Information TechnologySoftwareUnited States
    %%$,,Real EstateEquity Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)United States
    %%$,,Consumer StaplesHousehold ProductsUnited States
    %%$,,FinancialsCapital MarketsUnited States
    %%$,,Health CarePharmaceuticalsUnited States
    %%$,,Communication ServicesMediaUnited States
    %%$,,Health CareHealth Care Providers & ServicesUnited States
    %%$,,FinancialsCapital MarketsUnited States
    %%$,,Information TechnologySemiconductors & Semiconductor EquipmentUnited States
    %%$,,FinancialsDiversified Financial ServicesUnited States
    %%$,,EnergyOil, Gas & Consumable FuelsUnited States
    %%$,,Consumer StaplesFood ProductsUnited States
    %%$,,Consumer StaplesTobaccoUnited States
    %%$,,UtilitiesMulti-UtilitiesUnited States
    %%$,,Consumer DiscretionaryAutomobilesGermany
    %%$,,Industrials & Business ServicesAerospace & DefenseUnited States
    %%$,,Information TechnologySemiconductors & Semiconductor EquipmentUnited States
    %%$,,Health CarePharmaceuticalsUnited States
    %%$,,MaterialsChemicalsUnited States
    %%$,,FinancialsBanksUnited States
    %%$,,FinancialsCapital MarketsUnited States
    %%$,,Health CareHealth Care Providers & ServicesUnited States
    %%$,,Information TechnologySoftwareUnited States
    %%$,,Communication ServicesEntertainmentUnited States
    %%$,,Industrials & Business ServicesCommercial Services & SuppliesUnited States
    %%$,,EnergyOil, Gas & Consumable FuelsUnited States
    %%$,,Real EstateEquity Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)United States
    %%$,,Health CarePharmaceuticalsUnited States
    %%$,,UtilitiesMulti-UtilitiesUnited States
    %%$,,Communication ServicesMediaUnited States
    %%$,,FinancialsBanksUnited States
    %%$,,Health CareHealth Care Equipment & SuppliesUnited States
    %%$,,Consumer DiscretionaryHotels Restaurants & LeisureUnited States
    %%$,,Industrials & Business ServicesIndustrial ConglomeratesGermany
    %%$,,Consumer DiscretionarySpecialty RetailUnited States
    %%$,,Information TechnologyCommunications EquipmentUnited States
    %%$,,Consumer DiscretionaryMultiline RetailUnited States
    %%$,,UtilitiesMulti-UtilitiesUnited States
    %%$,,Industrials & Business ServicesProfessional ServicesUnited States
    %%$,,Consumer DiscretionaryLeisure ProductsUnited States
    %%$,,Health CarePharmaceuticalsFrance
    %%$,,EnergyOil, Gas & Consumable FuelsCanada
    %%$,,FinancialsBanksUnited States
    %%$97,,FinancialsCapital MarketsUnited States
    %%$97,,UtilitiesElectric UtilitiesUnited States
    %%$93,,Consumer StaplesBeveragesUnited States
    %%$93,,FinancialsCapital MarketsUnited States
    %%$92,,EnergyOil, Gas & Consumable FuelsFrance
    %%$89,,FinancialsInsuranceUnited States
    %%$86,,Industrials & Business ServicesMachineryUnited States
    %%$84,,FinancialsBanksUnited States
    %%$81,,Health CareHealth Care Providers & ServicesUnited States
    %%$78,,Industrials & Business ServicesMachineryUnited States
    %%$77,,FinancialsBanksUnited States
    %%$76,,Health CareHealth Care Providers & ServicesUnited States
    %%$75,,Information TechnologySemiconductors & Semiconductor EquipmentUnited States
    %%$74,,MaterialsChemicalsUnited States
    %%$74,,UtilitiesElectric UtilitiesUnited States
    %%$71,,Health CareHealth Care Equipment & SuppliesUnited States
    %%$69,,Health CareHealth Care Providers & ServicesUnited States
    %%$67,,Health CarePharmaceuticalsUnited Kingdom
    %%$66,,Consumer StaplesTobaccoUnited States
    %%$66,,Consumer StaplesFood & Staples RetailingUnited States
    %%$66,,Real EstateEquity Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)United States
    %%$64,,Communication ServicesDiversified Telecommunication ServicesUnited States
    %%$64,,FinancialsCapital MarketsUnited States
    %%$63,,MaterialsChemicalsNetherlands
    %%$60,,Industrials & Business ServicesAirlinesUnited States
    %%$58,,Health CareBiotechnologyUnited States
    %%$58,,UtilitiesElectric UtilitiesUnited States
    %N/A$55,,Information TechnologyIT ServicesUnited States
    %%$55,,EnergyEnergy Equipment & ServicesUnited States
    %%$55,,Information TechnologyElectronic Equip, Instr & CmptsSwitzerland
    %%$54,,UtilitiesMulti-UtilitiesUnited States
    %%$53,,Health CareBiotechnologyUnited States
    %%$50,,UtilitiesElectric UtilitiesUnited States
    %%$43,,FinancialsInsuranceUnited States
    %%$41,,Health CarePharmaceuticalsFrance
    %%$36,,Industrials & Business ServicesIndustrial ConglomeratesUnited States
    %%$36,,EnergyOil, Gas & Consumable FuelsUnited States
    %%$32,,FinancialsCapital MarketsUnited States
    %%$30,,EnergyOil, Gas & Consumable FuelsUnited States
    %%$30,,Consumer StaplesFood ProductsUnited States
    %%$29,,UtilitiesElectric UtilitiesUnited States
    %%$27,,EnergyOil, Gas & Consumable FuelsUnited States
    %%$27,,Communication ServicesDiversified Telecommunication ServicesUnited States
    %%$25,,MaterialsChemicalsUnited States
    %N/A$21,,Real EstateEquity Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)United States
    %%$20,,Health CarePharmaceuticalsUnited Kingdom
    %%$17,,Industrials & Business ServicesMachineryUnited States
    %%$14,,EnergyOil, Gas & Consumable FuelsUnited States
    %%$8,,Consumer StaplesFood ProductsUnited States
    %%$2,,Health CarePharmaceuticalsUnited States

    Purchases (09/30/)

    Major Purchases% of FundPrevious Quarter ChangeIndustryCountry
    Cigna%%Health Care Providers & ServicesUnited States
    Dominion Energy%%Multi-UtilitiesUnited States
    State Street%%Capital MarketsUnited States
    Siemens%%Industrial ConglomeratesGermany
    Goldman Sachs%%Capital MarketsUnited States
    Fiserv (N)%%IT ServicesUnited States
    Merck%%PharmaceuticalsUnited States
    Zimmer Biomet Holdings%%Health Care Equipment & SuppliesUnited States
    Centene%%Health Care Providers & ServicesUnited States
    Stericycle%%Commercial Services & SuppliesUnited States

    Sales (09/30/)

    Major Sales% of FundPrevious Quarter ChangeIndustryCountry
    Morgan Stanley%%Capital MarketsUnited States
    PNC Financial Services Group%%BanksUnited States
    Cisco Systems%%Communications EquipmentUnited States
    Bank of New York Mellon%%Capital MarketsUnited States
    Edison International%%Electric UtilitiesUnited States
    MetLife%%InsuranceUnited States
    Caterpillar (E)%%MachineryUnited States
    JPMorgan Chase%%BanksUnited States
    Applied Materials%%Semiconductors & Semiconductor EquipmentUnited States
    CVS Health%%Health Care Providers & ServicesUnited States

    Contributors (09/30/)

    Contributors% of FundIndustryCountry
    American International Group%InsuranceUnited States
    Fifth Third Bancorp%BanksUnited States
    Chubb%InsuranceUnited States
    TotalEnergies%Oil, Gas & Consumable FuelsFrance
    CF Industries%ChemicalsUnited States
    Tyson Foods%Food ProductsUnited States
    Morgan Stanley%Capital MarketsUnited States
    Wells Fargo%BanksUnited States
    Pfizer%PharmaceuticalsUnited States
    Southern Company%Electric UtilitiesUnited States

    Detractors (09/30/)

    Detractors% of FundIndustryCountry
    UPS%Air Freight & LogisticsUnited States
    Las Vegas Sands%Hotels Restaurants & LeisureUnited States
    Qualcomm%Semiconductors & Semiconductor EquipmentUnited States
    Nielsen Holdings%Professional ServicesUnited States
    International Paper%Containers & PackagingUnited States
    GE%Industrial ConglomeratesUnited States
    Cigna%Health Care Providers & ServicesUnited States
    Applied Materials%Semiconductors & Semiconductor EquipmentUnited States
    International Flavors & Fragrances%ChemicalsUnited States
    News Corp%MediaUnited States

    Platforms (Investor Class)

    PlatformRetail InvestorInstitutional Investor
    PershingN/ANTF
    TD AmeritradeNTFNTF
    SchwabNTFNTF
    FidelityNTFNTF
    E*TradeNTFN/A
    • NTFNo Transaction Fee
    • TFTransaction Fee
    • N/ANot Available

    Calendar Year Performance

     
    %%%%%%%%%% Fund
    %%%%%%%%%% Benchmark
    %%%%%%%%%% Value added

    Investor Class Inception Date: 10/31/

    Benchmark: Russell Value Index

    Monthly Performance

    Investor Class Inception Date: 10/31/

    Benchmark: Russell Value Index

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    Income Fd Cl A1/Franklin Custodian Funds IncFKINX DividendsDecl DateEx DateRec DatePay DateTypeAmountAmt $Aug. 20, /20/21Sep. 01, /1/21Aug. 31, /31/21Sep. 01, /1/210Jul. 20, /20/21Aug. 02, /2/21Jul. 30, /30/21Aug. 02, /2/210Jun. 18, /18/21Jul. 01, /1/21Jun. 30, /30/21Jul. 01, /1/210May. 18, /18/21Jun. 01, /1/21May. 28, /28/21Jun. 01, /1/210Apr. 20, /20/21May. 03, /3/21Apr. 30, /30/21May. 03, /3/210Mar. 19, /19/21Apr. 01, /1/21Mar. 31, /31/21Apr. 01, /1/210Feb. 16, /16/21Mar. 01, /1/21Feb. 26, /26/21Mar. 01, /1/210Jan. 19, /19/21Feb. 01, /1/21Jan. 29, /29/21Feb. 01, /1/210Dec. 21, /21/20Jan. 05, /5/21Jan. 04, /4/21Jan. 05, /5/210Income Fd Cl A1/Franklin Custodian Funds IncFKINX Total:Income Fd Cl A1/Franklin Custodian Funds IncFKINX DividendsDecl DateEx DateRec DatePay DateTypeAmountAmt $Nov. 20, /20/20Dec. 01, /1/20Nov. 30, /30/20Dec. 01, /1/200Oct. 20, /20/20Nov. 02, /2/20Oct. 30, /30/20Nov. 02, /2/200Sep. 18, /18/20Oct. 01, /1/20Sep. 30, /30/20Oct. 01, /1/200Aug. 21, /21/20Sep. 01, /1/20Aug. 31, /31/20Sep. 01, /1/200Jul. 21, /21/20Aug. 03, /3/20Jul. 31, /31/20Aug. 03, /3/200Jun. 19, /19/20Jul. 01, /1/20Jun. 30, /30/20Jul. 01, /1/200May. 19, /19/20Jun. 01, /1/20May. 29, /29/20Jun. 01, /1/200Apr. 20, /20/20May. 01, /1/20Apr. 30, /30/20May. 01, /1/200Mar. 20, /20/20Apr. 01, /1/20Mar. 31, /31/20Apr. 01, /1/200Feb. 18, /18/20Mar. 02, /2/20Feb. 28, /28/20Mar. 02, /2/200Jan. 21, /21/20Feb. 03, /3/20Jan. 31, /31/20Feb. 03, /3/200Dec. 20, /20/19Jan. 03, /3/20Jan. 02, /2/20Jan. 03, /3/200Income Fd Cl A1/Franklin Custodian Funds IncFKINX Total:Income Fd Cl A1/Franklin Custodian Funds IncFKINX DividendsDecl DateEx DateRec DatePay DateTypeAmountAmt $Nov. 19, /19/19Dec. 02, /2/19Nov. 29, /29/19Dec. 04, /4/190Oct. 21, /21/19Nov. 01, /1/19Oct. 31, /31/19Nov. 05, /5/190Sep. 20, /20/19Oct. 01, /1/19Sep. 30, /30/19Oct. 03, /3/190XAug. 20, /20/19Sep. 03, /3/19Aug. 30, /30/19Sep. 05, /5/190XJul. 18, /18/19Aug. 01, /1/19Jul. 31, /31/19Aug. 05, /5/190XJun. 18, /18/19Jul. 01, /1/19Jun. 28, /28/19Jul. 03, /3/190XMay. 21, /21/19Jun. 03, /3/19May. 31, /31/19Jun. 05, /5/190XMay. 01, /1/19May. 01, /1/19Apr. 30, /30/19May. 03, /3/190XApr. 01, /1/19Apr. 01, /1/19Mar. 29, /29/19Apr. 03, /3/190XMar. 01, /1/19Mar. 01, /1/19Feb. 28, /28/19Mar. 05, /5/190XFeb. 01, /1/19Feb. 01, /1/19Jan. 31, /31/19Feb. 05, /5/190XJan. 03, /3/19Jan. 03, /3/19Jan. 02, /2/19Jan. 07, /7/190XIncome Fd Cl A1/Franklin Custodian Funds IncFKINX Total:
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    Income Fd Cl A1/Franklin Custodian Funds IncFKINX DividendsDecl DateEx DateRec DatePay DateTypeAmountAmt $Nov. 21, /21/18Dec. 03, /3/18Nov. 30, /30/18Dec. 06, /6/180XNov. 01, /1/18Nov. 01, /1/18Oct. 31, /31/18Nov. 05, /5/180XOct. 01, /1/18Oct. 01, /1/18Sep. 28, /28/18Oct. 03, /3/180XSep. 04, /4/18Sep. 04, /4/18Aug. 31, /31/18Sep. 06, /6/180XJul. 31, /31/18Jul. 31, /31/18Jul. 30, /30/18Aug. 02, /2/180XJul. 02, /2/18Jul. 02, /2/18Jun. 29, /29/18Jul. 05, /5/180XJun. 01, /1/18Jun. 01, /1/18May. 31, /31/18Jun. 05, /5/180XMay. 01, /1/18May. 01, /1/18Apr. 30, /30/18May. 03, /3/180XApr. 02, /2/18Apr. 02, /2/18Mar. 29, /29/18Apr. 04, /4/180XMar. 01, /1/18Mar. 01, /1/18Feb. 28, /28/18Mar. 05, /5/180XFeb. 01, /1/18Feb. 01, /1/18Jan. 31, /31/18Feb. 05, /5/180XJan. 03, /3/18Jan. 03, /3/18Jan. 02, /2/18Jan. 05, /5/180XIncome Fd Cl A1/Franklin Custodian Funds IncFKINX Total:Income Fd Cl A1/Franklin Custodian Funds IncFKINX DividendsDecl DateEx DateRec DatePay DateTypeAmountAmt $Dec. 01, /1/17Dec. 01, /1/17Nov. 30, /30/17Dec. 05, /5/170XNov. 01, /1/17Nov. 01, /1/17Oct. 31, /31/17Nov. 03, /3/170XOct. 02, /2/17Oct. 02, /2/17Sep. 29, /29/17Oct. 04, /4/170XSep. 01, /1/17Sep. 01, /1/17Aug. 31, /31/17Sep. 06, /6/170XAug. 01, /1/17Aug. 01, /1/17Jul. 31, /31/17Aug. 03, /3/170XJul. 03, /3/17Jul. 03, /3/17Jun. 30, /30/17Jul. 06, /6/170ZJun. 01, /1/17Jun. 01, /1/17May. 31, /31/17Jun. 05, /5/170XMay. 01, /1/17May. 01, /1/17Apr. 28, /28/17May. 03, /3/170XApr. 03, /3/17Apr. 03, /3/17Mar. 31, /31/17Apr. 05, /5/170XMar. 01, /1/17Mar. 01, /1/17Feb. 28, /28/17Mar. 03, /3/170XFeb. 01, /1/17Feb. 01, /1/17Jan. 31, /31/17Feb. 03, /3/170XJan. 04, /4/17Jan. 04, /4/17Jan. 03, /3/17Jan. 06, /6/170XIncome Fd Cl A1/Franklin Custodian Funds IncFKINX Total:Income Fd Cl A1/Franklin Custodian Funds IncFKINX DividendsDecl DateEx DateRec DatePay DateTypeAmountAmt $Dec. 01, /1/16Dec. 01, /1/16Nov. 30, /30/16Dec. 05, /5/160XNov. 01, /1/16Nov. 01, /1/16Oct. 31, /31/16Nov. 03, /3/160XOct. 03, /3/16Oct. 03, /3/16Sep. 30, /30/16Oct. 05, /5/160XSep. 01, /1/16Sep. 01, /1/16Aug. 31, /31/16Sep. 06, /6/160XAug. 01, /1/16Aug. 01, /1/16Jul. 29, /29/16Aug. 03, /3/160XJul. 01, /1/16Jul. 01, /1/16Jun. 30, /30/16Jul. 06, /6/160XJun. 01, /1/16Jun. 01, /1/16May. 31, /31/16Jun. 03, /3/160XMay. 02, /2/16May. 02, /2/16Apr. 29, /29/16May. 04, /4/160XApr. 01, /1/16Apr. 01, /1/16Mar. 31, /31/16Apr. 05, /5/160XMar. 01, /1/16Mar. 01, /1/16Feb. 29, /29/16Mar. 03, /3/160XJan. 20, /20/16Feb. 01, /1/16Jan. 29, /29/16Feb. 03, /3/160XDec. 21, /21/15Jan. 05, /5/16Jan. 04, /4/16Jan. 07, /7/160XIncome Fd Cl A1/Franklin Custodian Funds IncFKINX Total:
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    The value of shares in the Fund and income received from it can go down as well as up and investors may not get back the full amount invested. Performance may also be affected by currency fluctuations. Currency fluctuations may affect the value of overseas investments.

    • The Fund invests mainly in a diversified portfolio of U.S. equity, equity-related and debt securities. Such securities have historically been subject to price movements that may occur suddenly due to equity market- and bond market-specific factors. As a result, the performance of the Fund can fluctuate over time.
    • The Fund may distribute income gross of expenses. Whilst this might allow more income to be distributed, it may also have the effect of reducing capital.
    • Other significant risks include: 
      Credit risk: the risk of loss arising from default that may occur if an issuer fails to make principal or interest payments when due. This risk is higher if the Fund holds low-rated, sub-investment-grade securities.
      Foreign Currency risk: the risk of loss arising from exchange-rate fluctuations or due to exchange control regulations.
    For full details of all of the risks applicable to this Fund, please refer to the “Risk Considerations” section of the Fund in the current prospectus of Franklin Templeton Investment Funds.
    Sours: https://www.franklintempletonnordic.com/investor/products/overview//Z/franklin-income-fund

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    CategoryFlexible Portfolio
    Portfolio StyleFlexible Portfolio
    Fund FamilyFranklin A1
    Fund StatusClosed
    Fund InceptionAugust 31,
    Managers

    Perks

    Brighton

    Circle

    The Fund seeks to maximize income while maintaining prospects for capital appreciation. The Fund will achieve this by investing in a diversified portfolio of debt and equity securities.

    Front load%
    Deferred loadN/A
    Max. redemption fee0%
    Total expense ratio%
    12 b-1%
    Turnover69%
    Alpha
    Beta
    Standard deviation
    R. squared
    Standard (taxable)$1,
    IRA$
    Fund ReturnCategory1Index (S&P )% rank in categoryQuintile rank
    YTD%%%23%2
    1yr%%%24%2
    3yr2%%%59%3
    5yr2%%%59%3
    10yr2%%%46%3
    • 1Flexible Portfolio Funds
    • 23, 5 and 10 Year Returns are Annualized

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