AVK

Advent Claymore Convertible Securities and Income Fund

Portfolio

Portfolio Concentration

Convertible Securities 39.79%
High-Yield Securities 37.91%
Common Stocks 13.69%
Convertible Preferred 6.50%
Cash and Equivalents 2.11%

Sector Concentration

Information Technology 21.92%
Consumer Discretionary 18.01%
Industrials 14.86%
Healthcare 14.45%
Energy 8.46%
Materials 6.98%
Financials 5.03%
Consumer Staples 3.55%
Real Estate 2.62%
Telecommunication Services 2.48%
Utilities 1.63%

Top 10 Holdings

United Rentals 1.28%
Cardtronics 1.16%
Greenbrier Cos 1.14%
United Parcel Service 1.14%
Stanley Black & Decker 1.09%
Becton Dickinson 1.08%
Microchip Technology 1.05%
ON Semiconductor 1.02%
Micron Technology 0.99%
Cemex 0.97%

U.S./International Allocation

U.S. 94.75%
International 5.25%

Credit Quality

A 1.22%
BBB 7.60%
BB 27.86%
B 27.68%
Below B 3.66%
Not Rated 31.97%




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