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  August 2016 Monthly Market Commentary

U.S. Economy and Markets: Domestic equity markets were positive in August, as the Wilshire 5000 Total Market IndexSM returned 0.25% and the S&P 500 Index returned 0.14%. Market volatility increased in August, with the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) ending the month at 13.07, up from 11.87 at the end of July 2016. Performance across GICS sectors was mixed for the month, with the Financials and Information Technology sectors leading the group, returning 3.31% and 2.06%, respectively. On the other hand, Utilities was the worst performing sector in August, falling -5.41%. Small cap stocks outperformed their large cap counterparts this month, with the Wilshire U.S. Large Cap IndexSM and the Wilshire U.S. Small Cap IndexSM returning 0.14% and 1.25%, respectively. U.S. manufacturing activity, as measured by the Institute for Supply Management’s PMI, registered 49.4% in August, down from the July reading of 52.6%. Generally a reading above 50% indicates expansion.

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  New Wilshire Income Opportunities Fund Surpasses $400 Million in Assets Under Management in 2Q

SANTA MONICA, CA, AUGUST 9, 2016—The Wilshire Income Opportunities Fund, an innovative, multi-manager fixed income fund subadvised by DoubleLine Capital LP and Guggenheim Partners Investment Management has surpassed $400 million in assets under management. The fund, which launched on March 29, 2016, is the newest fund in the series of Wilshire Mutual Funds, Wilshire’s subadvised suite of mutual funds.

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  July 2016 Monthly Market Commentary

U.S. Economy and Markets: Domestic equity markets were positive in July, as the Wilshire 5000 Total Market IndexSM returned 3.93% and the S&P 500 Index returned 3.69%. Market volatility decreased in July, with the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) ending the month at 11.87, down from 15.63 at the end of June 2016. Performance across GICS sectors was mixed for the month, with the Information Technology and Materials sectors leading the group, returning 7.79% and 5.64%, respectively. On the other hand, Energy was the worst performing sector in July, falling -1.99%.

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  Investment Strategy Update, July 2016

Despite a turbulent start to 2016, global securities markets have shrugged off geopolitical concerns, slower economic growth, and a deterioration in earnings, delivering compelling returns for investors. Our analysis of the macroeconomic landscape continues to indicate slower economic growth and limited inflation, and we foresee potential economic headwinds resulting from “Brexit,” the vote by the U.K. to leave the European Union.  » more
   
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