April 16, 2021

These are the top 50 approximate percentage holdings in the C Fund, as of April 15th (scroll over the charts to get detailed info).

(*Due to daily market swings, companies’ relative positions change often. Some companies appear multiple times: “Alphabet,” the parent company of Google, is listed twice due the nature of the “Class A” and “Class C” share structures, for example. See footnote for sourcing details.)

These are the approximate percentage holdings of the top 50 companies in the S Fund, as of March 31st.

These are the top 50 approximate percentage holdings in the I Fund, as of April 15th:

These are the country holdings in the I Fund, as of April 15th:


These are the sector holdings for each of the stock funds as of January 20th - note that “sector holdings” don’t always correspond to the popular image of a company…:

(Note: constituent data for the C Fund and I Fund are available from Blackrock - the manager of the funds - here and here. Relatively less up-to-date information is available with a percentage breakdown of total holdings of the S Fund, but information on the top holdings for a similar fund based on the same index, Vanguard’s “VXF” ETF, is available here. The VXF closely resembles the S Fund. )

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