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The fund is actively managed and its characteristics will vary.

Bond values fluctuate in price so the value of your investment can go down depending on market conditions.

International investing involves special risks including, but not limited to currency fluctuations, illiquidity and volatility. These risks may be heightened for investments in emerging markets.

Fixed income risks include interest-rate and credit risk. Typically, when interest rates rise, there is a corresponding decline in bond values. Credit risk refers to the possibility that the bond issuer will not be able to make principal and interest payments.

Principal of mortgage- or asset-backed securities normally may be prepaid at any time, reducing the yield and market value of those securities.

Obligations of US govt. agencies are supported by varying degrees of credit but generally are not backed by the full faith and credit of the US govt.

Non-investment-grade debt securities (high-yield/junk bonds) may be subject to greater market fluctuations, risk of default or loss of income and principal than higher rated securities.

The fund may use derivatives to hedge its investments or to seek to enhance returns. Derivatives entail risks relating to liquidity, leverage and credit that may reduce returns and increase volatility.

Short-selling entails special risks. If the fund makes short sales in securities that increase in value, the fund will lose value. Any loss on short positions may or may not be offset by investing short-sale proceeds in other investments.

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BlackRock Total Return’s approach combines rigor and out-of-the-box thinking. Add in BlackRock’s deep human and tech resources, and its cheaper share classes merit a Morningstar Analyst Rating of Gold while some more-expensive ones earn a Silver rating.

The aforementioned rigor resides in how the managers make the most of the firm’s deep resources to produce scrupulous research, both macroeconomic and bottom-up, and conduct thorough risk management. This strategy's custom-built risk dashboard leverages Aladdin, the firm’s risk-management system, to decompose the strategy's risks in a variety of ways. Every system that relies on historical data is exposed to risk that the future won't be like the past. Nonetheless, this one helps its managers monitor the distribution of risks, and they rely on it extensively.

That's notable because the strategy, whose benchmark is the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index, takes on a variety of out-of-index bets including high-yield bonds and nonagency mortgages. It aims to maintain some balance between those risks--no single bet is supposed to dominate--and since the arrival of lead manager Rick Rieder in 2010, the strategy has shown itself somewhat more circumspect in taking on credit risk than some more-aggressive intermediate core-plus bond Morningstar Category peers. The out-of-the-box element involves correctly identifying big trends affecting markets and positioning the portfolio accordingly. This is more of an art than science, but Rieder is a voracious consumer of data and labors to synthesize large amounts of information into actionable themes.

The resulting returns have been strong. The strategy stumbled a little in 2011, Rieder's first full calendar year on the strategy, and in 2018 when an early defensive positioning pushed it to the bottom third of its distinct peers. Overall, though, its long-term performance has been solid thanks to smart positioning across sectors and solid risk management. Expect that to continue.

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BlackRock Total Return Fund;Institutional


CategoryCore Bond
Portfolio StyleCore Bond
Fund FamilyBlackRock Funds Inst
Fund StatusOpen
Fund InceptionSeptember 24, 2007




The Fund seeks to realize a total return that exceeds that of the Barclays Capital Aggregate Index. The Fund invests primarily in dollar-denominated investment grade bonds. The Fund will also maintain an average portfolio duration (based on net assets) that is within +/- 25% of the Index.

Front loadN/A
Deferred loadN/A
Max. redemption feeN/A
Total expense ratio0.44%
12 b-1N/A
Standard deviation1.24
R. squared0.16
Standard (taxable)$2,000,000
Fund ReturnCategory1Index (Barclay US Agg)% rank in categoryQuintile rank
  • 1Core Bond Funds
  • 23, 5 and 10 Year Returns are Annualized
CompanySymbolTotal Net Assets
GNMA and Other Mtg Backed 37.10%
Government Agency Securities 34.50%
Corporate Notes/Bonds 24.90%
Asset Backed Securities 7.90%

View HoldingsAs of 12/31/2014

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