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No Matter What: CMNIX

Here’s why we call Calamos Market Neutral Income Fund (CMNIX) both consistent and resilient.

Pounding the Table on Emerging Market Opportunities

The Calamos Global Team’s bull case for emerging markets is supported by their analysis of a weaker US dollar, evolving monetary policy, China’s economic reopening, moderating inflation pressures and an expected acceleration in emerging markets’ economic growth relative to developed markets.

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John P. Calamos, Sr., founded Calamos Investments in 1977 to help investors create and build long-term wealth through innovative, risk-managed strategies. He pioneered the use of convertible strategies and alternative investment solutions to enhance returns and manage risk. Whether through Calamos Wealth Management or Calamos Investments, the firm has remained steadfast in its commitment to put investors first, actively manage risk, and deliver innovation and excellence.

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The Morningstar Relative Value Arbitrage Category is comprised of funds that seek out pricing discrepancies between pairs or combinations of securities regardless of asset class.

The Morningstar Options Trading Category is comprised of funds that use a variety of options trades, including put writing, options spreads, options-based hedged equity, and collar strategies, among others.

Morningstar Short-Term Bond Category funds invest primarily in corporate and other investment-grade US fixed-income issues and typically have durations of 1.0 to 3.5 years. Short-term is defined as 25% to 75% of the three-year average effective duration of the MCBI.

The Morningstar Diversified Emerging Markets Category is comprised of funds with at least 50% of assets invested in emerging markets.

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