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Winning seven Lipper Fund Awards helps validate our rigorous investment process and expertise. Because of our approach, we're in a strong position to serve investors.

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Best Mid-Cap Core Fund (3-, 5- and 10-Year Periods)

Thrivent Mid Cap Stock Fund - Class S (TMSIX)

  • 3-year period out of 333 funds
  • 5-year period out of 283 funds
  • 10-year period out of 189 funds

Best Small-Cap Core Fund (3- and 5-Year Periods)

Thrivent Small Cap Stock Fund - Class S (TSCSX)

  • 3-year period out of 785 funds
  • 5-year period out of 654 funds  

Best Mixed-Asset Target Allocation Aggressive Growth Fund (5-Year Period)

Thrivent Aggressive Allocation Fund - Class S (TAAIX)

  • 5-year period out of 135 funds

Best Small Fund Family - Mixed-Assets Category

Thrivent Mutual Funds
Mixed-Asset Group

  • 3-year period out of 48 funds

Mixed-Asset Class Award Methodology: Asset Class Awards are given to the best large and best small fund families separately. Small fund family groups need to have at least 3 distinct portfolios in the mixed-asset class group to qualify for the award. For the 2019 Lipper Fund Awards From Refinitv (based on three-year period ending 11/30/2018), a small fund family is defined as having assets of $76.8 billion or less, excluding Money Market assets. The Mixed-Asset Class Award is given to the fund family with the lowest average decile rank of the three years' Consistent Return (Effective Return) measure of the eligible funds in the asset class. In cases of identical results, the lower average percentile rank will determine the winner.

Fund award methodology: The highest Lipper Leader for Consistent Return (Effective Return) value within each eligible classification determines the fund classification winner over three, five, or 10 years. (All fund awards for the periods ending 11/30/2018).

From Refinitiv Lipper Awards, ©2019 Refinitiv. All rights reserved. Used by permission and protected by the Copyright Laws of the United States. The printing, copying, redistribution, or retransmission of this Content without express written permission is prohibited.

Sales charges are not taken into consideration for Lipper Awards. Class S shares of Thrivent Mutual Funds have no sales charges. Some Thrivent Mutual Funds may have had fee waivers in effect and if they hadn't been in effect performance would have been lower. See the Prospectus for current waiver information.

Mixed-Asset Class Award Methodology: Asset Class Awards are given to the best large and best small fund families separately. Small fund family groups need to have at least 3 distinct portfolios in the mixed-asset class group to qualify for the award. For the 2019 Lipper Fund Awards From Refinitv (based on three-year period ending 11/30/2018), a small fund family is defined as having assets of $76.8 billion or less, excluding Money Market assets. The Mixed-Asset Class Award is given to the fund family with the lowest average decile rank of the three years' Consistent Return (Effective Return) measure of the eligible funds in the asset class. In cases of identical results, the lower average percentile rank will determine the winner.

Fund award methodology: The highest Lipper Leader for Consistent Return (Effective Return) value within each eligible classification determines the fund classification winner over three, five, or 10 years. (All fund awards for the periods ending 11/30/2018).

From Refinitiv Lipper Awards, ©2019 Refinitiv. All rights reserved. Used by permission and protected by the Copyright Laws of the United States. The printing, copying, redistribution, or retransmission of this Content without express written permission is prohibited.

Sales charges are not taken into consideration for Lipper Awards. Class S shares of Thrivent Mutual Funds have no sales charges. Some Thrivent Mutual Funds may have had fee waivers in effect and if they hadn't been in effect performance would have been lower. See the Prospectus for current waiver information.