PRuDEnTIal InvESTmEnTS » muTual FunDS
EVEN WHEN YIELDS
ARE LOW, INCOME
MAY BE HIGH.
Today, more investors are looking to generate income in their portfolios—
whether it’s to seek stability in a volatile market, pursue growth, help protect
against inflation, or provide a cash flow to live on.
Prudential Investments can help you tap income opportunities, even in today’s
low-yield environment. Our lineup of income-oriented funds spans multiple
asset classes—fixed-income, dividend-oriented equities and REITs—with
specialized asset managers in each area.
Help your clients meet today’s income challenge. Call the Prudential
Investments Sales Desk or go online for our client guide to income investing.
Consider a fund’s investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses carefully before investing. The prospectus and summary
prospectus contain this and other information about the fund. Contact your financial professional for a prospectus or summary
prospectus. Read it carefully before investing.
Only eligible investors, including various institutional investors and investors in certain mutual fund wrap or asset allocation programs, may purchase Class Z
shares. See the prospectus for eligibility requirements.
Mutual fund investing involves risks. Some funds are riskier than others. The risks associated with investing in these funds include but are not limited to: derivative
securities, which may carry market, credit, and liquidity risks (All funds); short sales, which involve costs and the risk of potentially unlimited losses (PZTRX, PHYZX,
JDEZX, PIFZX, PDBZX); leveraging, which may magnify losses (PZTRX, PGVZX, PHYZX, DNMZX, PIFZX, PDBZX); high yield (“junk”) bonds, which are subject to greater
market risks (PCIZX, PZTRX, PHYZX, PHIZX, DNMZX, PIFZX, PDBZX); foreign securities, which are subject to currency fluctuation and political uncertainty (PURZX,
PZTRX, JDEZX, PDBZX); real estate, which poses certain risks related to overall and specific economic conditions as well as risks related to individual property, credit,
and interest rate fluctuations (PURZX); and mortgage-backed securities, which are subject to prepayment and extension risks (PZ TRX, PGVZX, PIFZX, PDBZX). Sector
funds and specialty funds may not be suitable for all investors. Such funds are non-diversified, so a loss resulting from a particular security will have greater impact
on the fund’s return (PURZX). Fixed income investments are subject to interest rate risk, and their value will decline as interest rates rise (PCIZX, PZTRX, PGVZX,