The trust features two investment pools:

Cash Pool

The TX-FIT Cash Pool is a high-quality money market alternative for local government investors. The Cash Pool is a short-term investment product designed to add diversification with multiple asset classes and a competitive yield to other cash alternatives. Providing same day liquidity to participants, the pool is managed as a dollar-in/dollar-out product and has a floating net asset value. This pool is excellent for public sector participants’ cash needs.

Government Pool

The TX-FIT Government Pool provides Texas’ public entities a conservatively managed, PFIA compliant, investment option with no corporate exposure.  The TX-FIT Government Pool seeks preservation of principal, a competitive yield and a stable NAV, while also providing same day liquidity to its participants.

Fact Sheets


Please use the below links to access the most recent fact sheets for each of the TX-FIT pools:

TX-FIT Quarterly Fact Sheet – Government Pool
TX-FIT Quarterly Fact Sheet – Cash Pool



as of 8/31/2021 Cash
Nominal1 Month0.01%0.00%
3 Months0.02%0.01%
6 Months0.06%0.04%
Annualized1 Year0.18%0.13%
Since Inception0.87%0.32%
Inception Date8/6/20191/30/2020





**  Performance data quoted are based on net returns and represents past performance and does not guarantee future results. Net returns for the Pools are net of actual expenses, including transaction costs and accruals for legal and audit fees, management fees, and other. The investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that an investor’s shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. Current performance of the pools may be lower or higher than the performance quoted.

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This communication and the products and services described within are intended solely for Texas public institutions and is not an offer to sell or buy any investments or services offered by Water Walker Investments to any public institution in any jurisdiction in which such offer or solicitation would be unlawful under the securities laws of such jurisdiction.