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					Ruedi Holder Index Data Sources
When RH Indexes are shown in Index Portfolios, all returns data reflects a deduction of 1.0% annual investment advisory fee, which is the maximum
RH fee. Your fee may be less depending on assets under management at RH. Unless indicated otherwise, data shown for each individual RH Index is
shown without a deduction of the RH advisory fee. We choose this method because the creation, choice, monitoring and rebalancing of diversified
index portfolios are the services of the independent investment advisor and at that point the fees are appropriate to deduct from the whole portfolio
returns.

Live Dimensional Fund Advisors (DFA) fund data does reflect the deduction of mutual fund advisory fees, mutual fund company brokerage fees,
other expenses incurred by the portfolios and incorporates actual trading results, and when specified a deduction of 1.0% annual investment advisory
fee, which is the maximum RH fee. Simulated index data also reflects DFA current mutual fund expense ratios for the entire period. Both
simulated and live data reflect total returns, including dividends. A graphic representation of the description indexes or asset classes can be found
below. The descriptions listed below indicate how asset classes are strung together to simulate similar risk and return characteristics back to 1970.
This reduces the standard error of the mean which is unacceptably high for periods less than 20 or 30 years. All RH index portfolios are rebalanced
annually because that more closely matches the RH practice.


All live mutual fund portfolios tracked in RH indexes are net of DFA fees.
Indexes and Simulations are also net of estimated DFA Fees.
RH Advisory fees are deducted when RH indexes are presented in the RH Index Portfolios.
 RH US Large Company Index
January 1928 – December 1990: S&P 500 minus 1.25 bp/month
January 1991 – Present : DFA US Large Company Symbol: DFLCX
Investment Objective of DFA US Large Company Symbol: DFLCX

DFA US Large Company Portfolio Class I
The US Large Company Portfolio is a no-load mutual fund designed to approximate the investment performance of the
S&P 500 Index, both in terms of the price of the Portfolio's shares and its total investment return. The Portfolio intends to
invest in all of the stocks that comprise the S&P 500 Index in approximately the same proportions as they are represented
in the Index. The S&P 500 Index is comprised of a broad and diverse group of stocks, most of which are traded on the
NYSE. Generally, these are the US stocks with the largest market capitalizations and, as a group; they represent
approximately 70% of the total market capitalization of all publicly traded US stocks.
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All Data as of December 31 , 2010, unless otherwise indicated.




 Average Annual Total Returns          One Year             Three Years          Five Years           Ten Years

 US Large Company Portfolio (I)         15.00%                -2.71%                2.37%                 1.40%

 S&P 500 Index                          15.06%                -2.85%                2.29%                 1.41%



Portfolio Characteristic

 Number of Holdings                   500               Price / Earnings (excludes negatives)     15.02

 Weighted Average Market Cap          $80.864M          Dividend Yield                            1.88%

 Weighted Average Book-to-Market 0.50                   Annual Management Fee                     0.10%



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RH U.S. Large Cap Value Index
January 1928 – February 1993: Dimensional Large Value Index minus .025%/month
March 1993 – Present: DFA US Large Cap Value Symbol: DFLVX

DFA US Large Cap Value Portfolio Class I
Investment Objective of DFA US Large Cap Value Symbol: DFLVX
The US Large Cap Value Portfolio is a no-load mutual fund designed to capture the returns and diversification benefits of a broad cross-section of US
value companies, on a market-cap weighted basis. The Portfolio invests in securities of US companies with market capitalizations within the largest
90% of the market universe or larger than the 1,000th largest US company, whichever results in a higher market capitalization break. The market
universe is comprised of companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange, American Stock Exchange, and NASDAQ National Market System. After
identifying the aggregate market capitalization break, a value screen is applied to the universe. Securities are considered value stocks primarily
because a company's shares have a high book value in relation to their market value (BtM). This BtM sort excludes firms with negative or zero book
values. In assessing value, additional factors such as price to cash flow or price to earnings ratios may be considered, as well as economic conditions
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and developments in the issuer's industry. The criteria for assessing value are subject to change from time to time. All Data as of December 31 ,
2010, unless otherwise indicated


 Average Annual Total Returns             One Year           Three Years         Five Years           Ten Years

 US Large Cap Value Index Portfolio (I)    20.17%              -2.52%              1.60%                  5.30%

 Russell 1000 Value Index                  15.51%              -4.42%              1.28%                  3.25%



 Portfolio Characteristics

 Number of Holdings                       211            Price / Earnings (excludes negatives)    13.95

 Weighted Average Market Cap              $49,398M       Dividend Yield                           1.66%

 Weighted Average Book-to-Market          0.93           Expense Ratio                            0.30%



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RH U.S. Small Cap Index
January 1928 – March 1992: Dimensional Small Cap Index minus 3.17 bp/month
April 1992 – Present: DFA US Small Cap Symbol: DFSTX

DFA US Small Cap Portfolio Class I
Investment Objective of DFA US Small Cap Symbol: DFSTX
The US Small Cap Portfolio is a no-load mutual fund designed to capture the returns and diversification benefits of a broad cross-section of US small
companies, on a market-cap weighted basis. The Portfolio invests in securities of US companies with market capitalizations within the smallest 10%
of the market universe or smaller than the 1,000th largest US company, whichever results in a higher market capitalization break. The market
universe is comprised of companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange, American Stock Exchange, and NASDAQ National Market System.All Data
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as of December 31 , 2010, unless otherwise indicated.


  Average Annual Total Returns            One Year           Three Years         Five Years           Ten Years

 US Small Cap Index Portfolio (I)          30.70%              4.47%               5.21%                8.33%

 Russell 2000 Index                        26.85%              2.22%               4.47%                6.33%



 Portfolio Characteristics

 Number of Holdings                       2,661          Price / Earnings (excludes negatives)    17.81

 Weighted Average Market Cap              $1,159M        Dividend Yield                           0.74%

 Weighted Average Book-to-Market .59                     Expense Ratio                            0.40%



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RH U.S. Small Cap Value Index
January 1928 – February 2000: Dimensional Targeted Value Index minus 3.42 bp/month
March 2000 – Present: DFA US Targeted Value Symbol: DFFVX

DFA Targeted Value Portfolio Class I
Investment Objective of DFA US Targeted Value Symbol: DFFVX
The US Targeted Value Portfolio is a no-load mutual fund designed to capture the returns and diversification benefits of a broad cross-section of US
small value companies, on a market cap-weighted basis. The Portfolio invests in securities of US companies whose size (market capitalization) falls in
the smallest 18% of the market universe. The market universe is comprised of companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange, American Stock
Exchange, and NASDAQ National Market System. After identifying the smallest 18% of aggregate market capitalization, a value screen is applied to
the universe. Securities are considered value stocks primarily because a company's shares have a high book value in relation to their market value
(BtM). This BtM sort excludes firms with negative or zero book values. In assessing value, additional factors such as price to cash flow or price to
earnings ratios may be considered, as well as economic conditions and developments in the issuer's industry. The criteria for assessing value are
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subject to change from time to time. All Data as December 31 , 2010, unless otherwise indicated.


 Average Annual Total Returns           One Year             Three Years           Five Years           Since Inception

 US Targeted Value Portfolio (I)         29.01%                  4.05%               4.36%                   10.72%

 Russell 2000 Value Index                24.50%                  2.19%               3.52%                   8.42%



 Portfolio Characteristics

 Number of Holdings                      1,517            Price / Earnings (excludes negatives)     15.50

 Weighted Average Market Cap           $1,943M            Dividend Yield                             .79%

 Weighted Average Book-to-Market        0.80              Expense Ratio                             0.41%


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RH Real Estate Securities Index
January 1928 – December 1974: 50% RH US Small Cap Index and 50% RH Small Cap Value Index
January 1978 – December 1992: Dow Jones Wilshire REIT Index (Full Cap) minus 2.75 bp/month
January 1993 – Present: DFA US Real Estate Securities Symbol: DFREX

DFA Real Estate Securities
Investment Objective of DFA Real Estate Securities Symbol: DFREX
The Real Estate Securities Portfolio is a no-load mutual fund designed to achieve long-term capital appreciation. The Portfolio consists of shares of
equity and hybrid real estate investment trusts (to the extent that at least 75% of the REIT assets are equity investments). The Portfolio invests in all
eligible securities traded on the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange, or the Nasdaq National Market System. The Portfolio is
well diversified with respect to both geography and property type   .


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All Data as of December 31 , 2010, unless otherwise indicated.


 Average Annual Total Returns           One Year             Three Years           Five Years            Ten Years

 US Targeted Value Portfolio (I)         28.67%                  1.09%                2.59%                  10.50%

 Dow Jones US Select REIT Index          28.07%                  0.01%               2.32%                   10.42%



 Portfolio Characteristics

 Number of Holdings                    106                Price / Earnings (excludes negatives)     46.76

 Weighted Average Market Cap           $9,223M            Dividend Yield                            3.60 %

 Weighted Average Book-to-Market 0.57                     Expense Ratio                             0.36%




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 RH U.S. Micro Cap Index
  Jan 1927 - Dec 1981: CRSP 9-10 Database, NYSE & AMEX & OTC, in different time periods - rebalanced quarterly and semi-annually less fees for
 DFA US Micro Cap Portfolio
 Jan 1982 - Present: DFA US Micro Cap | DFSCX

 DFA US Micro Cap Portfolio
 Investment Objective of DFA US Micro Cap: DFSCX
 The US Micro Cap Portfolio is a no-load mutual fund designed to capture the returns and diversification benefits of a broad cross-section of US
 small cap companies, on a market cap-weighted basis. The portfolio generally invests in securities of US companies whose size (based primarily on
 market capitalization) falls within the smallest 5% of the market universe or smaller than the 1,500 largest US companies, which results in a higher
 market capitalization break. The market universe is comprised of companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange, American Stock Exchange, and
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 the NASDAQ Market System. All Data as December 31 , 2010, unless otherwise indicated.


 Average Annual Total Returns          One Year             Three Years          Five Years          Ten Years

 US Micro Cap Index Portfolio           31.29%                 2.09%                3.21%                 9.63%

 Russell 2000 Index                     26.85%                 2.22%                4.47%                 6.33%



 Portfolio Characteristics

 Number of Holdings                   2,264             Price / Earnings (excludes negatives)    18.45

 Weighted Average Market Cap          $599M             Divided Yield                            0.75%

 Weighted Average Book-to-Market 0.59                   Expense Ratio                            0.54%


RH Large Cap International Index
January 1926 – December 1969: RH US Large Cap Index
January 1970 – July 1991: DFA Developed International Large Company Index minus 2.42 bp/month
August 1991 –Present: DFA Large Cap International Symbol: DFALX
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DFA Large Cap International Portfolio Class I
Investment Objective of DFA Large Cap International Symbol: DFALX
The Large Cap International Portfolio is a no-load mutual fund designed to achieve long-term capital appreciation. The Portfolio pursues its objective
by investing in the stocks of large non-US companies. Company size is measured on a country- or region-specific basis and based primarily on the
market capitalization of operating companies traded on selected exchanges. The minimum market capitalization threshold varies by country or
region and will change due to market conditions. The Portfolio currently invests in companies in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark,
Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden,
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Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Data as of December 31 , 2010, unless otherwise indicated.



 Average Annual Total Returns          One Year             Three Years          Five Years          Ten Years

 Large Cap International Index
                                         9.25%                -5.81%               3.25%               3.87%
 Portfolio

 MSCI World Ex-US Index (net
                                         8.95%                -6.33%              3.05%                3.98%
 dividends)



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 Portfolio Characteristics (As of November 30 , 2010)

 Number of Holdings                   1,284             Price / Earnings (excludes negatives)     13.44

 Weighted Average Market Cap          $50,314M          Dividend Yield                            3.08%

 Weighted Average Book-to-Market .65                    Expense Ratio                             0.32%
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RH International Value Index
January 1928 – December 1969: RH US Large Value Index
January 1970 – December 1974: MSCI EAFE Gross Dividends minus 3.67 bp/month
January 1975 – June 1993: MSCI EAFE Value Gross minus 3.67 bp/month
July 1993 – February 1994: LWAS/DFA International High BtM Portfolio
March 1994 – Present: DFA International Value Symbol: DFIVX

DFA International Value Portfolio Class I
Investment Objective of DFA International Value Symbol: DFIVX
The DFA International Value Portfolio is a no-load mutual fund designed to achieve long-term capital appreciation. The Portfolio pursues its
objective by investing in the stocks of large non-US companies which the Advisor believes to be value stocks at the time of purchase. Securities are
considered value stocks primarily because a company's shares have a high book value in relation to their market value (BtM). This BtM sort excludes
firms with negative or zero book values. In assessing value, additional factors such as price to cash flow or price to earning ratios may be considered,
as well as economic conditions and developments in the issuer's industry. The criteria for assessing value are subject to change from time to time.
The Portfolio currently invests in companies in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland,
Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and United Kingdom.
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 All Data as of December 31 , 2010, unless otherwise indicated.


 Average Annual Total Returns           One Year             Three Years          Five Years           Ten Years

  International Value Index Portfolio    2.82%                 -9.48%               3.66%                7.47%

  MSCI EAFE Index (net dividends)        3.27%                 -9.51%               1.97%                2.56%


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 Portfolio Characteristics (As of November 30 , 2010)

 Number of Holdings                     529              Price / Earnings (excludes negatives)     12.68

 Weighted Average Market Cap            $35,121M         Dividend Yield                            3.03%

 Weighted Average Book-to-Market 1.0                     Expense Ratio                             0.46%



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RH International Small Company Index
January 1928 – December 1969: RH US Small Cap Index
January 1970 – September 1996: Dimensional International Small Cap Index minus 4.58 bp/month
October 1996 – Present: DFA International Small Company Symbol: DFISX

DFA International Small Company Portfolio (I)
Investment Objective of DFA International Small Company Symbol: DFISX
The International Small Company Portfolio is a no-load mutual fund designed to achieve long-term capital appreciation. The Portfolio pursues its
objective by investing in the small companies of Canada (0-15%), Europe (25-50%), Japan (15-40%), Pacific Rim (0-25%), and the United Kingdom (15-
35%). The Portfolio currently invests in companies in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong,
Ireland, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
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All Data as of December 31 , 2010, unless otherwise indicated.


 Average Annual Total Returns           One Year             Three Years          Five Years           Ten Years

  International Small Cap Index
                                         23.91%                 -0.42%              5.43%                  11.66%
 Portfolio

  MSCI EAFE Small Cap Index (price
                                         21.95%                 -3.11%              1.65%                  7.89%
 only)


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 Portfolio Characteristics (As of November 30 , 2010)

 Number of Holdings                     4,649            Price / Earnings (excludes negatives)     12.74

 Weighted Average Market Cap            $1,464M          Dividend Yield                            2.31%

 Weighted Average Book-to-Market 0.85                    Expense Ratio                             0.57%
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RH International Small Cap Value Index
January 1928 – December 1969: RH Small Cap Value Index
January 1970 – June 1981: RH International Small Company Index
July 1981 – December 1994: Dimensional International Small Cap Value Index minus 5.75 bp/month
January 1995 – Present: DFA International Small Cap Value Symbol: DISVX

DFA International Small Cap Value Portfolio (I)
Investment Objective of DFA International Small Cap Value Symbol: DISVX
The DFA International Small Cap Value Portfolio is a no-load mutual fund designed to achieve long-term capital appreciation. The Portfolio pursues
its objective by investing in the stocks of small non-US companies which the Advisor believes to be value stocks at the time of purchase. Securities
are considered value stocks primarily because a company's shares have a high book value in relation to their market value (BtM). This BtM sort
excludes firms with negative or zero book values. In assessing value, additional factors such as price to cash flow or price to earnings ratios may be
considered, as well as economic conditions and developments in the issuer's industry. The criteria for assessing value are subject to change from
time to time. The Portfolio currently invests in companies in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong
Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and United Kingdom.
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All Data as of December 31 , 2010, unless otherwise indicated.


 Average Annual Total Returns          One Year             Three Years          Five Years           Ten Years

 International Small Cap Value Index
                                         18.10%                -1.32%              4.90%                13.49%
 Portfolio

 MSCI EAFE Small Cap Index (price
                                         21.95%                -3.11%              1.65%                  7.89%
 only)


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 Portfolio Characteristics (As of November 30 , 2010)

 Number of Holdings                    2,166             Price / Earnings (excludes negatives)    10.05

 Weighted Average Market Cap           $1,370M           Dividend Yield                           2.21%

 Weighted Average Book-to-Market 1.40                    Expense Ratio                            0.71%



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RH Emerging Market Index
January 1928 – December 1969: 50% RH US Large Value Index and 50% RH US Small Cap Index
January 1970 – December 1987: 50% RH International Value and 50% RH International Small Cap
January 1988 – April 1994: Dimensional Equally Weighted Emerging Markets Index minus 5 bp/month
May 1994 – Present: DFA Emerging Markets Core Portfolio Symbol: DFCEX

DFA Emerging Markets Core Portfolio Class I
Investment Objective of DFA Emerging Markets Core Portfolio Symbol: DFCEX
The Emerging Markets Core Equity Portfolio is a no-load mutual fund designed to achieve long-term capital appreciation. The Portfolio seeks to
purchase a broad and diverse group of securities, with an increased exposure to securities of small cap issuers and securities that it considers to be
value securities. In assessing value, Dimensional may consider factors such as the issuer's securities having a high book value in relation to their
market value, as well as price-to-cash-flow or price-to-earnings ratios. Dimensional considers, among other factors, information disseminated by the
International Finance Corporation in determining and approving countries that have emerging markets. The Portfolio currently invests in companies
in Brazil, Chile, China, the Czech Republic, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Israel, Malaysia, Mexico, the Philippines, Poland, South Africa, South Korea,
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Taiwan, Thailand, and Turkey. All Data as of December 31 , 2010, unless otherwise indicated.


 Average Annual Total Returns           One Year            Three Years          Five Years           Ten Years
 Emerging Markets Core Index
                                         23.62%                3.84%               15.05%               16.10%
 Portfolio
 MSCI Emerging Markets Index (net
                                         18.88%                -0.32%              12.78%               15.89%
 dividends)


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 Portfolio Characteristics (As of November 30 , 2010)
 Number of Holdings                    3183              Price / Earnings (excludes negatives)    13.69
 Weighted Average Market Cap           $29,623M          Dividend Yield (as of 4/30/2008)         1.86%
 Weighted Average Book-to-Market 0.56                    Expense Ratio (as of 11/30/2007)         0.67%
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RH One-Year Fixed Income Index
January 1928 – June 1963: One-Month T-Bills minus 1.5 bp/month
July 1963 – July 1983: One-Year T-Note Index minus 1.5 bp/month
August 1983 – Present: DFA One-Year Fixed Income Symbol DFIHX

DFA One-Year Fixed Income Portfolio
Investment Objective of DFA One-Year Fixed Income Symbol DFIHX
The investment objective of the DFA One-Year Fixed Income Portfolio is to achieve stable real returns in excess of the rate of inflation with a
minimum of risk. Generally, the Portfolio will acquire high quality obligations which mature within one year from the date of settlement. However,
when greater returns are available, substantial investments may be made in securities maturing within two years from the date of settlement as
well. In addition, the Portfolio intends to concentrate investments in the banking industry under certain circumstances. The Portfolio is diversified,
and with respect to corporate debt obligations and commercial paper, the Portfolio generally invests in securities rated A1/P1 or better. All data as
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of December 31 , 2010, unless otherwise stated.


 Average Annual Total Returns            One Year            Three Years          Five Years           Ten Years

 One-Year Fixed Income Index
                                           1.16%               2.36%                3.40%               3.14%
 Portfolio

 50% weighting in Merrill Lynch 1-Yr
 US Treasury Note Index / 50%
                                           0.60%               1.81%                3.14%               2.98%
 weighting in BOA Merrill Lynch US 6-
 Month T-Bill Index



 Portfolio Characteristics

 Duration                               0.91 Years

 Average Portfolio Maturity Range       0.93Years

 Expense Ratio                          0.20%

 Average Quality                   AA+/Aa2

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RH Two-Year Global Fixed Income Index
January 1928 – June 1977: Five-Year T-Notes minus 1.5 bp/month
July 1977 – December 1989: ML US Treasury Index 1-3 Years minus 1.5 bp/month
January 1990 – February 1996: Citi World Government Bond 1-3 Years Hedged minus 1.5 bp/month
March 1996 – December 2007: DFA Two-Year Global Fixed Income Symbol: DFGFX

DFA Two-Year Global Fixed Income Portfolio
Investment Objective of DFA Two-Year Global Fixed Income Symbol: DFGFX
The investment objective of the DFA Two-Year Global Fixed Income Portfolio is to maximize total returns consistent with preservation of capital.
Generally, the Portfolio will acquire high quality obligations which mature within two years from the date of settlement. The Portfolio expects to
invest in obligations issued or guaranteed by countries that are members of the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development, but may
invest in other countries as well. Investments in corporate debt obligations, bank obligations, commercial paper, repurchase agreements, and
obligations of other domestic and foreign issuers with high quality ratings may also be included. The Portfolio will also enter into forward foreign
currency contracts solely for the purpose of hedging against fluctuations in currency exchange rates. The Portfolio is diversified; and with respect to
corporate debt obligations and commercial paper, the Portfolio generally invests in US securities rated A1/P1 or better and non-US securities rated
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AA/Aa2 or better. All Data as of December 31 , 2010, unless otherwise indicated.


 Average Annual Total Returns             One Year           Three Years          Five Years           Ten Years
 Two-Year Global Fixed Portfolio (I)       1.75%               2.63%               3.52%                 3.34%
 Citigroup World Government Bond
                                           1.35%               2.97%               3.85%                 3.64%
 Index 1-3 Years (hedged)


 Portfolio Characteristics
 Duration                               1.34 Years
 Average Portfolio Maturity Range       1.38 Years
 Expense Ratio                        0.20%
 Average Quality                   AAA/Aa2
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RH Five-Year Government Fixed Income Index
January 1928 – December 1972: Five-Year T-Notes minus 1.92 bp/month
January 1973 – May 1987: Barclays Intermediate Government Bond Index minus 1.92 bp/month
June 1987 – Present: DFA Five-Year Gov't Income Symbol: DFFGX

DFA Five-Year Government Portfolio
Investment Objective of DFA Five-Year Gov't Income Symbol: DFFGX

The investment objective of the DFA Five-Year Government Portfolio is to maximize total returns available from the universe of debt obligations of
the US government and US government agencies. Ordinarily, the Portfolio will invest at least 80% of its assets in US government obligations and US
government agency obligations that mature within five years from the date of settlement. The Portfolio may also acquire repurchase agreements.
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All Data as of December 31 , 2010, unless otherwise indicated.


 Average Annual Total Returns          One Year            Three Years         Five Years           Ten Years
 Five-Year Gov't Portfolio              4.45%                 4.72%               4.72%              4.83%
 Barclays Intermediate Govt. Bond
                                        4.22%                 4.57%               5.16%              4.83%
 Index Intermediate


 Portfolio Characteristics
 Duration                                 2.74 Years
 Average Portfolio Maturity Range         2.91Years
 Expense Ratio (as of 10/31/2009)        0.25%
 Average Quality                         AAA/Aa1

				
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