Brokerage account statements are tedious and confusing. They have separate categories for stocks, fixed income (bonds), ETFs, and mutual funds, as though these were somehow comparable categories. They’re not. With funds you need to know what’s inside them to understand what you own. If the funds you own in turn invest in stocks, they should be added to your stock total; if they own bonds, they should be added to your bond total, if they own a combination, they need to be split between categories.