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Fixed Income Funds

Thrivent Money Market Fund*(AALXX)

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Class
Mutual Funds may offer different "classes" of shares. Classes indicate the type and number of fees or expenses an investor can expect to pay for shares in a fund.

Class S
These are no-load funds, meaning there are no front-end or back-end sales charges to purchase or sell shares.  Prior to Feb 1, 2016, Class S shares were named Institutional Shares.

Class A
These are front-end load funds. These mutual funds are not currently available to new shareholders. Current shareholders who have purchased Class A shares need to work with a Thrivent Financial Representative or service their mutual fund accounts on Thrivent.com. 

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Class
Mutual Funds may offer different "classes" of shares. Classes indicate the type and number of fees or expenses an investor can expect to pay for shares in a fund.

Class S
These are no-load funds, meaning there are no front-end or back-end sales charges to purchase or sell shares.  Prior to Feb 1, 2016, Class S shares were named Institutional Shares.

Class A
These are front-end load funds. These mutual funds are not currently available to new shareholders. Current shareholders who have purchased Class A shares need to work with a Thrivent Financial Representative or service their mutual fund accounts on Thrivent.com. 

Growth of $10,000

(as of 10/31/2016)

A look at this fund’s performance over the past 10 years or since the fund's inception (if less than 10 years), based on how an initial $10,000 investment would have changed over time.  Performance shown assumes the reinvest of all dividends and capital gains.  Performance of other share classes will vary from the results shown based on differences in sales charges and expenses. 

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(as of 10/31/2016)

A look at this fund’s performance over the past 10 years or since the fund's inception (if less than 10 years), based on how an initial $10,000 investment would have changed over time.  Performance shown assumes the reinvest of all dividends and capital gains.  Performance of other share classes will vary from the results shown based on differences in sales charges and expenses. 

Growth of $10,000
Year Value
2006 10,081.13
2007 10,602.52
2008 10,915.6
2009 10,961.57
2010 10,961.57
2011 10,961.57
2012 10,961.57
2013 10,961.57
2014 10,961.57
2015 10,961.57

Risk Potential

Risk Potential
The potential for risk within the Thrivent Mutual Funds has been categorized into five levels: Conservative, Moderately Conservative, Moderate, Moderately Aggressive, and Aggressive, ranging from lower risk potential to higher risk potential. Funds on the lower risk portion of the scale (Conservative, Moderately Conservative) are expected to have a lower degree of volatility and price fluctuations while those on the higher risk portion of the scale (Aggressive, Moderately Aggressive) are expected to have a higher degree of volatility and price fluctuations.

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Risk Potential
The potential for risk within the Thrivent Mutual Funds has been categorized into five levels: Conservative, Moderately Conservative, Moderate, Moderately Aggressive, and Aggressive, ranging from lower risk potential to higher risk potential. Funds on the lower risk portion of the scale (Conservative, Moderately Conservative) are expected to have a lower degree of volatility and price fluctuations while those on the higher risk portion of the scale (Aggressive, Moderately Aggressive) are expected to have a higher degree of volatility and price fluctuations.

Conservative

Morningstar Fixed Income Style Box

Fund Highlights

Net Asset Value
The NAV is the fund’s value or price per share. The NAV is calculated by dividing the market value of all the fund’s shares (minus its liabilities) by the number of issued shares.

Daily NAV Change 
The daily NAV change is the difference between the fund’s current price per share and its price at the time of market close on the prior day.

Historical Market-Based NAV 
The Fund’s net asset value per share calculated based on current market factors before applying the amortized cost or penny-rounding method, rounded to the fourth decimal place. Values may vary by share class.

Returns
Returns are calculated on a calendar-year and year-to-date basis. The total return includes both the fund’s increase in value and dividends. 

Net Annual Fund Operating Expenses 
This is an annual fee charged to investors based on the percentage of assets used for fund expenses. These expenses may include 12b-1 fees, management costs, administrative fees, and other operating costs.  Please see the Fees & Expenses for more information.

Sales Charges 
The commission paid by an investor upon investment in a fund.

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Net Asset Value
The NAV is the fund’s value or price per share. The NAV is calculated by dividing the market value of all the fund’s shares (minus its liabilities) by the number of issued shares.

Daily NAV Change 
The daily NAV change is the difference between the fund’s current price per share and its price at the time of market close on the prior day.

Historical Market-Based NAV 
The Fund’s net asset value per share calculated based on current market factors before applying the amortized cost or penny-rounding method, rounded to the fourth decimal place. Values may vary by share class.

Returns
Returns are calculated on a calendar-year and year-to-date basis. The total return includes both the fund’s increase in value and dividends. 

Net Annual Fund Operating Expenses 
This is an annual fee charged to investors based on the percentage of assets used for fund expenses. These expenses may include 12b-1 fees, management costs, administrative fees, and other operating costs.  Please see the Fees & Expenses for more information.

Sales Charges 
The commission paid by an investor upon investment in a fund.

( as of )

Net Asset Value

Daily NAV Change
N/A

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Historical Market-Based NAV

( as of 10/31/2016 )

Year to Date Return
0.0%

1 Year Return
0.0%
Net Annual Fund Operating Expenses
0.47%

Sales Charge
None

Fund Overview

Thrivent Money Market Fund seeks to achieve the maximum current income that is consistent with stability of capital and maintenance of liquidity.

The Thrivent Money Market Fund is managed as a government money market fund according to rules established by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that are designed so that the Fund may maintain a stable, $1.00 share price. Those rules generally require the Fund to invest only in high quality securities that are denominated in U.S. dollars and have short remaining maturities. The Fund is also required to maintain a dollar-weighted average maturity of not more than 60 days and a dollar-weighted average life of not more than 120 days.

The Fund tries to produce current income while maintaining liquidity by investing at least 99.5% of its total assets in U.S. government securities, cash and repurchase agreements collateralized fully by government securities or cash. The Advisor invests in securities by selecting from the available supply of short-term government securities based on its interest rate outlook and analysis of quantitative and technical factors. Although the Fund frequently holds securities until maturity, the Advisor may sell securities to increase liquidity.

The Fund invests at least 99.5% of its total assets in government securities, cash and repurchase agreements collateralized fully by government securities or cash. You could lose money by investing in the Fund. Although the Fund seeks to preserve the value of your investment at $1.00 per share, it cannot guarantee it will do so. An investment in the Fund is not insured or guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or any other government agency. The Fund's sponsor has no legal obligation to provide financial support to the Fund, and you should not expect that the sponsor will provide financial support to the Fund at any time. Credit risk is the risk that an issuer of a bond to which the Fund’s portfolio is exposed may no longer be able to pay its debt. A weak economy, strong equity markets, or changes by the Federal Reserve to its monetary policies may cause short-term interest rates to increase and affect the Fund’s ability to maintain a stable share price. Securities issued or guaranteed by U.S. government-related organizations are not backed by the full faith and credit of the U.S. government.

Who Should Consider Investing?

The Fund may be suitable for investors who:
  • Seek income with stability of principal and liquidity
  • Have a short-term investment time horizon and a conservative risk tolerance

Our seasoned team of more than 100 investment professionals brings their deep expertise to managing each fund so you can feel confident in the choices you’re making. More than 85% have at least 10 years of experience, nearly half have more than 20 years of investment experience, and 85% have earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation, an advanced degree, or both.

Fund Details

*You could lose money by investing in the Thrivent Money Market Fund. Although the Thrivent Money Market Fund seeks to preserve the value of your investment at $1.00 per share, it cannot guarantee it will do so. An investment in the Thrivent Money Market Fund is not insured or guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or any other government agency. The Thrivent Money Market Fund's sponsor has no legal obligation to provide financial support to the Thrivent Money Market Fund, and you should not expect that the sponsor will provide financial support to the Thrivent Money Market Fund at any time. These and other risks are described in the Prospectus.

Effective February 1, 2016, Thrivent Money Market Fund changed its principal investment strategies and began operating as a "government money market fund." For more information, please refer to the Prospectus.