A lot has happened since the SVB collapse. Co-CIO Matt Freund shares why investors should be focusing on several key areas, including how dramatically the Fed will alter its previously stated plans and the impact this situation will have on the economy.
Together, Calamos Investments and Giannis Antetokounmpo are creating a sustainable fund designed to generate investment and societal returns, based on one of the longest running ESG research programs in the nation.
Hear Eli Pars, CFA, Co-CIO, Head of Alternative Strategies, Co-Head of Convertible Strategies, and Senior Co-Portfolio Manager discuss why there are multiple reasons he has a positive outlook on convertible arbitrage opportunities in the current market.
During a March 15 webcast, the Calamos Antetokounmpo Global Sustainable Equities ETF (SROI) investment team discussed their time-tested approach to sustainable investing and how they identify quality companies with attractive growth potential.
Over recent days, markets have reflected widening concern over the fallout from recent bank failures, but now is not the time to panic. There are important differences between now and 2008, explain John P. Calamos, Sr., Founder and Global CIO, and Michael Grant, Co-CIO.
Across asset classes, Calamos funds have demonstrated strong risk-adjusted historical returns.
As of April 30, 2021, Morningstar assigned CMNIX to a new category, Relative Value Arbitrage. This category is not assigned a star rating by Morningstar due to its small peer set. For more information about the changes, click here.View CMNIX
Among 173 Long-Short Equity funds. The Fund's risk-adjusted returns based on load-waived Class I Shares had 4 stars for 3 years and 4 stars for 5 years out of 173 and 154 Long-Short Equity Funds, respectively, for the period ended 2/28/2023.View CPLIX
Among 543 Short-Term Bond funds. The Fund's risk-adjusted returns based on load-waived Class I Shares had 4 stars for 3 years out of 543 Short-Term Bond Funds, respectively, for the period ended 2/28/2023.View CSTIX
Among 742 Diversified Emerging Mkts funds. The Fund's risk-adjusted returns based on load-waived Class I Shares had 4 stars for 3 years, 4 stars for 5 years and 5 stars for 10 years out of 742, 657 and 395 Diversified Emerging Mkts Funds, respectively, for the period ended 2/28/2023.View CNWIX
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.
Morningstar Long-Short Equity Category funds hold sizeable stakes in both long and short positions in equities, exchange traded funds, and related derivatives.
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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