|Alphabet Inc. Class A||4.78%|
|Edward Lifesciences Corp.||4.53%|
|ServiceMaster Global Holdings Inc.||4.49%|
|American Tower Corp.||4.46%|
|IHS Markit Ltd.||3.97%|
|Cooper Companies Inc.||3.94%|
Top 10 Holdings
* SEC return includes maximum sales charges and all expenses.
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